Uncaged with Jeremiah Grossman, Jeremiah Batac & Tyler Bohlmann
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) is extremely difficult to master since it goes against conventional thinking. It is procedural and it is technical. While in combat, chaos ensues although the fighters must stay laser focused. Just as one needs to apply the proper technique in BJJ, cybersecurity professionals must find ways to creatively apply their techniques in unconventional attack scenarios as well. It’s proven that implementing fundamental BJJ concepts and principles will help strengthen the core of your security strategy, tactics and overall mindset. The methodology also will help minimize the risk of an organizational tapout.Security experts and highly skilled BJJ practitioners Jeremiah Grossman, Jeremiah Batac and Tyler Bohlmann join me to watch the main event at BarCode. As the highly anticipated Jiu-Jitsu match progresses, we discuss the parallels between security and BJJ including the importance of preparation, mind-preparedness, training, energy conservation, overcoming adversary, embracing the grind and keys to victory.Tony the Bartender submits a “Caipirinha”.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/barcodepodcast)
This week Jeremiah Grossman hangs out talk InfoSec, ransomware and asset inventory. My 3 main takeaways were how we can use metadata to corrolate assets to an entity. Second, why cyber insurance will dictate what security tests are run and third Jeremiah's 3 super powers that aren't related to Jiu-jitsu For more information, including the show notes check out https://breachsense.io/podcast
DtSR Episode 382 - Jeremiah Grossman Doing the Basics
Down the Security Rabbithole Podcast
This week on DtSR Podcast, a long-awaited guest joins us. That's right, the one and only Jeremiah Grossman joins us live from a tropical paradise, and you need to hear his message. On this show we cover history, "the basics", and the necessity to know what your security attack surface looks like. It's perhaps one of the least sexy topics ever - but if you ignore it, you're pretty much screwed. Guest: Jeremiah Grossman - @Jeremiahg - https://www.linkedin.com/in/grossmanjeremiah/
EP 80 – Be Okay With Failure | Bit Discovery CEO Jeremiah Grossman
The BJJ Mental Coach Podcast with Gustavo Dantas
Jeremiah Grossman is a jiu-jitsu black belt and serial entrepreneur. He is the founder and CEO of Bit Discovery. He is a published author writing extensively on computer security.He talked about practicing leadership; he also shared about the importance of balancing work and family time, and my takeaway from the interview came when we talked about failure, which inspired me to title this episode “Be okay with failure.”Stick around for my final thoughts after the interview when I expand on the topic that Failure is not just acceptable, it’s necessary for your personal growth.Stay tuned right after jiu-jitsu tribe’s message. OSS!Gustavo DantasItunes – https://tinyurl.com/y45kymp4Google Plus – https://tinyurl.com/ydetberfStitcher – http://tinyurl.com/y52f5u6zBook recommendation:The Art of War – Sun Tzu
Jeremiah Grossman's career spans nearly 20 years and has lived a literal lifetime in computer security to become one of the industry's biggest names. He is the Founder of WhiteHat Security, a world-renowned professional hacker, and published Author among many other things. Tune in for this week's interview!
Today's standalone episode of Unsupervised Learning is a political conversation with Jeremiah Grossman, who many of you will know as the founder of Whitehat Security, current CEO of BitDiscovery, Jujitsu Blackbelt, and all-around great individual. In this episode, however, we’re not going to be talking about Information Security, but Politics. We have remarkably different and similar views on politics, which we’ve been discussing in private for years, and we thought now was the perfect time to show that it’s possible to disagree with someone, respect them, and have a conversation about those disagreements in a positive and useful way. This is the first experiment of this kind on Unsupervised Learning, and I’m quite pleased with how it turned out. So with that, Here’s Jeremiah Grossman.Support the show: https://danielmiessler.com/support/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
#052 – Jeremiah Grossman: The Cavalry Is Not Coming
Cyber Security Interviews
Jeremiah Grossman is the CEO of Bit Discovery. Jeremiah's career spans nearly 20 years and has lived a literal lifetime in computer security to become one of the industry's biggest names.Since Jeremiah earned a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu black belt, the media has described him as "the embodiment of converged IT and physical security.” In 2001, Jeremiah founded WhiteHat Security, which today has one of the largest professional hacking armies on the planet. Jeremiah has received a number of industry awards, been publicly thanked by Microsoft, Mozilla, Google, Facebook, and many others for privately informing them of weaknesses in their systems -- a polite way of saying, ‘hacking them'.In this episode we discuss RSAC 2018, starting in infosec, web application vulnerabilities, what to look for in application security developers, building security development metrics, why you need to inventory websites, making time to contribute to the community, and so much more.Where you can find Jer:LinkedInTwitterBlogJeremiahgrossman.com
Jeremiah Grossman Interview – Command and Control Episode 4
Command and Control
Interview with Jeremiah Grossman, one of Application Security’s leading figures and founder of WhiteHat Security. We discuss his career, his recommendations for protecting yourself and your web apps, and hear his outlook for the future of the InfoSec industry. Show Notes
Jeremiah Grossman on the Attacker-Defender Mentality
Infosec veteran and former CEO of WhiteHat Security Jeremiah Grossman joins Ryan Naraine on the podcast to talk about the parallels between jiu-jitsu and computer security and the ongoing cat-and-mouse game between attackers and defenders.