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Latest 21 May 2022 | Updated Daily

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Episode 14: Brian Honan, CEO of BH Consulting, 2022 FIRST Program Chair

FIRST Impressions Podcast

2022 Conference Chair, Brian Honan, talks all things FIRSTCON as we prepare to hold the next gathering in Dublin this June. The 34th Annual FIRST Conference: "Neart Le Chéile: Strength Together" will take place June 26 - July 1, 2022.

6 May 2022

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Cybersecurity Is Not Just a Technical Problem - Brian Honan - PSW #727

Paul's Security Weekly TV

We have spent decades tackling security threats with technology, and we are failing badly. We need to look and learn from other industries and see how they have improved their industry. In particular the airline safety and automobile safety industries have a lot that we can learn from. Things such as breach disclosures, accountability, root cause analysis with openly shared results, focused training, industry norms for checklists, certification of products, and regulations have all improved these industries. Segment Resources: Security Industry Failing to Establish Trust https://threatpost.com/security-industry-failing-to-establish-trust/128321/ Treat infosec fails like plane crashes' – but hopefully with less death and twisted metal https://www.theregister.com/2017/11/24/infosec_disasters_learning_op/ IoT security: Lessons we can learn from the evolution of road safety https://www.helpnetsecurity.com/2018/08/09/iot-security-lessons/ Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/psw for all the latest episodes! Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/psw727

1hr 19mins

11 Feb 2022

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Cybersecurity Is Not Just a Technical Problem - Brian Honan - PSW #727

Paul's Security Weekly (Video-Only)

We have spent decades tackling security threats with technology, and we are failing badly. We need to look and learn from other industries and see how they have improved their industry. In particular the airline safety and automobile safety industries have a lot that we can learn from. Things such as breach disclosures, accountability, root cause analysis with openly shared results, focused training, industry norms for checklists, certification of products, and regulations have all improved these industries. Segment Resources: Security Industry Failing to Establish Trust https://threatpost.com/security-industry-failing-to-establish-trust/128321/ Treat infosec fails like plane crashes' – but hopefully with less death and twisted metal https://www.theregister.com/2017/11/24/infosec_disasters_learning_op/ IoT security: Lessons we can learn from the evolution of road safety https://www.helpnetsecurity.com/2018/08/09/iot-security-lessons/ Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/psw for all the latest episodes! Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/psw727

1hr 19mins

10 Feb 2022

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IntoSecurity Chats, Episode 8: Brian Honan, brought to you by HP

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You probably haven’t listened to many information security podcasts that have Mr Bean, BMW drivers and Bono on the agenda, but that’s what this episode of IntoSecurity Chats with Brian Honan has in store.It’s not all fun and giggles though, as Brian admits to Eleanor Dallaway that he sometimes feels intimidated by the industry and those in it, and they deep dive into user-blaming, ransomware payments and cyber-attack disclosure. Plus, a bold declaration from Brian that the industry needs to get over itself!Food & Drink Podcast Pairing Recommendation by Brian: A pint of Guinness and boxty

42mins

3 Feb 2022

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The ‘accidental entrepreneur’ Brian Honan of Fortus discusses his rollercoaster ride in business

Business Matters with Karl Fitzpatrick

18mins

30 Oct 2021

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Brian Honan // The Luck of the Irish, or Good Old-Fashioned Hard Work?

Cyber Chat

It's one thing to own and run a successful and renowned cybersecurity consultancy, It's another to also be an internationally acclaimed speaker, author, and founder of Ireland's Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT). We discuss Brian's work in the industry, what motivates him, and the importance of supporting initiatives like community infosec events and the Irish CERT. Brian Honan is one of the founding members of the Irish CERT, an advisor to Europol, and founder of BH Consulting, a highly regarded independent information security consultancy based out of Dublin, Ireland. More about Cyber Chat: https://www.sentinelone.com/cyberchat More about SentinelOne: https://www.sentinelone.com

34mins

7 Sep 2021

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Judges on Fire: Brian Honan, CEO & Principal Consultant, BH Consulting

The Tech Trailblazers Startup Podcast

Brian Honan, CEO & Principal Consultant at BH Consulting, is one of the judges who has been with the Tech Trailblazers Awards since the beginning, but he's just as excited to see what the latest innovations in cybersecurity are. He shares his experiences including, how the pandemic has brought certain exploits to the fore, what the main challenge in providing security is, and why cybersecurity advancements are like how the car has evolved over the years.

38mins

3 Sep 2021

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Brian Honan on creating Ireland's first CERT

Security Nation

Want to know more? Check out these links!The very best place to have a few beers while at Infosec Europe in person is, naturally, the Prince of TeckFollow up to the HSE attack in Ireland, from ZDNet's Danny PalmerIreland's first CERT, co-founded by Brian Honan; they announced their intention for IRISSCON 2021 in November on TwitterRob Wright, of SearchSecurity, interviewed Jeremiah Grossman about SentinelOne's cyber warranty programReal quick correction for the Rapid Rundown: In the original recording, Tod once accidentally referred to "14.4" as the current version of iOS, when he should have said 14.6. He edited that correction directly in the audio and tried to make it sound normal. But, with that said, 14.7 was released right before we published this episode, but we still don't know if the DoS was fixed there.Now for the links mentioned in the Rapid Rundown:WifiDemon is described in detail over at ZecOps Apple Developer Support , which notes what's current out in the iOS worldThe mentioned job Rapid7 hiring for is right hereAnd here's where you can learn about the DEF CON IoT Village

54mins

21 Jul 2021

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Want to stop ransomware attacks? Send the cybercriminals to jail, says Brian Honan

Lock and Code

Ransomware attacks are on a different scale this year, with major attacks not just dismantling the business and management of Colonial Pipeline in the US, the Health Service Executive in Ireland, and the meatpacker JBS in Australia, but also disrupting people's access to gasoline, healthcare, COVID-19 vaccinations, and more. So, what is it going to take to stop these attacks? Brian Honan, CEO of BH Consulting, said that the process will be long and complex, but the end goal in sight should be simple: Put the cybercriminals responsible for these attacks behind bars. Tune in to learn about how ransomware can dismantle a business, what governments are doing to fight back, and why we need better cooperation within private industry, on the latest episode of Lock and Code, with host David Ruiz.

44mins

21 Jun 2021

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Brian Honan Episode 4

Barbershop Banter Podcast

Si Cregan chats with CEO of Fortus and ex league of ireland footballer Brian Honan. #fortus

1hr 1min

12 Apr 2021

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