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The Evolving Discipline of Cybersecurity With James Carder, Chief Security Officer and Vice President of Labs at LogRhythm and Hosts Richard Levick and Ian Lipner of LEVICK

In House Warrior

The Evolving Discipline of Cybersecurity: James Carder, Chief Security Officer and Vice President of Labs at LogRhythm, a world leader in NextGen SIEM - Security Information and Event Management, speaks with co-hosts Richard Levick and Ian Lipner of LEVICK about the ever evolving cyber hygiene required in a time of sophisticated bad cyber actors; the latest thinking on ransomware; prophylactic best practices, the unique needs of law firms and legal departments and how to prepare for the threats ahead.

36mins

11 Aug 2021

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169 - 6/22 - James Carder, Steve Winterfeld & Alex Wood roundtable

Colorado = Security Podcast

We’ve got a roundtable discussion with James Carder (CSO at LogRhythm), Steve Winterfeld (Advisory CISO at Akamai) and Alex Wood as our feature interview this week. News from: Boulder AI, Techtonic, Uncharted, PAIRIN, Guild Education, Automox, VirtualArmour, Ping Identity, LogRhythm, Swimlane, Red Canary, and a lot more!Support us on Patreon! Fun swag available - all proceeds will directly support the Colorado = Security infrastructure. Come join us on the new Colorado = Security Slack channel to meet old and new friends.Sign up for our mailing list on the main site to receive weekly updates - https://www.colorado-security.com/. If you have any questions or comments, or any organizations or events we should highlight, contact Alex and Robb at info@colorado-security.comThis week’s news:Join the Colorado = Security Slack channelBoulder-based visual intelligence company lands contract with City of Denver, Colorado to improve pedestrian safetyNearly one-third of new pandemic unemployment claims last week were fake, Colorado’s labor department saysTechtonic pledges to hire 100 people of color as apprentices in ColoradoWhy Denver-based Uncharted shifted to a four-day, 32 hour workweekDenver company PAIRIN doubles down on technology that makes hiring more equitableMeet the 2020 CNBC Disruptor 50 companiesAutomox Appoints CrowdStrike Co-Founder Dmitri Alperovitch to Board of DirectorsProximity Tracing & You: What to Expect as the World Returns to WorkPing Identity - Keep Me Safe, Make Me Happy (Part 2)7 Steps to Building A Security Operations Center (SOC) | LogRhythmThe Role of Preparation and Process in Incident Response | SwimlaneKeeping tabs on the Blue Mockingbird Monero minerJob Openings:TAC - Security Program ManagerDispatchHealth - Vice President of Information Technology and Security OfficerElliott Management - Information System Security ManagerDISH Network - Senior Cyber Security Threat HunterTwilio - Lead Offensive Security & Assessments EngineerCognizant - Project Manager, Corporate SecurityState of Colorado - Security Solutions Architect (IAM)Maxar - Cyber Security Operations AnalystNREL - Cyber Security AnalystWorkBoard - Information Security InternUpcoming Events:This Week and Next:ISSA Denver - John Stock: Securing connected devices and preventing wireless attacks - 6/23ISC2 Pikes Peak - June Chapter Meeting - 6/24ISSA C.Springs - June Online Series - 6/25ISSA Denver - Toby Zimmerer: Addressing the need to dispose of data - 6/25DC303 - Android App Reverse Engineering - 6/26Ockomothon - 6/27View our events page for a full list of upcoming events* Thanks to CJ Adams for our intro and exit! If you need any voiceover work, you can contact him here at carrrladams@gmail.com. Check out his other voice work here.* Intro and exit song: "The Language of Blame" by The Agrarians is licensed under CC BY 2.0

1hr 15mins

21 Jun 2020

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Measuring And Maturing Security Operations Maturity - James Carder - ESW #165

Paul's Security Weekly TV

James Carder is the Chief Security Officer (CSO) and Vice President at LogRhythm. Overview of our security operations maturity model (SOMM), discussion around measurement and road-map to advancing your organization's maturity level. What are mature organizations measuring, who are they reporting that to, what key uses cases are on the roadmap, etc. To learn more about LogRhythm, visit: https://securityweekly.com/logrhythm Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/esw for all the latest episodes! Show Notes: https://wiki.securityweekly.com/ESWEpisode165

27mins

13 Dec 2019

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Measuring And Maturing Security Operations Maturity - James Carder - ESW #165

Enterprise Security Weekly (Video)

James Carder is the Chief Security Officer (CSO) and Vice President at LogRhythm. Overview of our security operations maturity model (SOMM), discussion around measurement and road-map to advancing your organization's maturity level. What are mature organizations measuring, who are they reporting that to, what key uses cases are on the roadmap, etc. To learn more about LogRhythm, visit: https://securityweekly.com/logrhythm Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/esw for all the latest episodes! Show Notes: https://wiki.securityweekly.com/ESWEpisode165

27mins

13 Dec 2019

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86 - 10/1 - Brian Beyer, James Carder and Robb from Alaska

Colorado = Security Podcast

In this episode: Brian Beyer (from Red Canary), James Carder (from LogRhythm) and Robb, is our feature interview this week. News from: Shell, NREL, Ping Identity, Red Canary, Zvelo, LogRhythm, Coalfire and a lot more!From trolleys to mini-golfSpaghetti factory turns into mini-golf. COS real estate is on fire. Shell and NREL team up on an accelerator. Denver is a really great place for tech. Blogs from Ping Identity, Red Canary Zvelo, LogRhythm and Coalfire.Support us on Patreon! Fun swag available - all proceeds will directly support the Colorado = Security infrastructure. Come join us on the new Colorado = Security Slack channel to meet old and new friends.Sign up for our mailing list on the main site to receive weekly updates - https://www.colorado-security.com/. If you have any questions or comments, or any organizations or events we should highlight, contact Alex and Robb at info@colorado-security.comLocal security news:Join the Colorado = Security Slack channelDowntown's Old Spaghetti Factory to become indoor mini-golf courseColorado Springs ZIP code is the second-hottest in the nation, says Realtor.com reportShell, NREL team up for electrical grid, battery startup acceleratorColorado is the most expensive state for coworking desks, study saysWhen it comes to attracting tech talent in Denver, space mattersPing blog - The why, when and how of customer multi-factor authenticationUsing MITRE ATT&CK™ When Researching Attacker Behavior and Running Unit Tests - Red CanaryZvelo blog - Using DNS RPZ to Protect Against Malicious Threats | DNS FilteringThe Results of the Forrester Wave: Security Analytics Platforms, Q3 2018 Report | LogRhythmCoalfire blog - Leading in PrivacyJob Openings:Ping Identity - Cloud Security ArchitectPing Identity - Product Security EngineerPing - GRC AnalystPing - API Security Product Marketing ManagerPrologis - IT Security EngineerElastic - Sr. Security EngineerElastic - Sr. Risk & Compliance AnalystArdent Mills - Sr. Security AnalystUpcoming Events:This Week and Next:Secureset - Expert Series: Chris Martinez - 10/4Lockton Mountain West Cyber Day - 10/4Colorado Springs Cybersecurity - First Friday - Cybersecurity Social & Mixer - 10/5Secureset - Hacking 101: Asset Management with Matthew McDonell - 10/8NCC - Cyber Symposium - 10/8-9ISSA Denver - October Chapter Meetings - 10/9-10CYBER RISK MANAGEMENT - 10/10ISSA COS - Professional Networking Event - 10/11Other Notable Upcoming EventsSecureWorld Denver - 10/31-11/1CTA - Apex Awards - 11/7CSA - CO Fall Summit - 11/8View our events page for a full list of upcoming events* Thanks to CJ Adams for our intro and exit! If you need any voiceover work, you can contact him here at carrrladams@gmail.com. Check out his other voice work here.* Intro and exit song: "The Language of Blame" by The Agrarians is licensed under CC BY 2.0

59mins

30 Sep 2018

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#044 – James Carder: Automate As Much As You Can

Cyber Security Interviews

James Carder is the CISO of LogRythm and brings more than 19 years of experience working in corporate IT security and consulting for the Fortune 500 and U.S. Government. At LogRhythm, he develops and maintains the company’s security governance model and risk strategies, protects the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of information assets, oversees both threat and vulnerability management as well as the Security Operations Center (SOC). He also directs the mission and strategic vision for the LogRhythm Labs machine data intelligence, threat and compliance research teams.Prior to joining LogRhythm, James was the Director of Security Informatics at Mayo Clinic where he had oversight of Threat Intelligence, Incident Response, Security Operations, and the Offensive Security groups. Prior to Mayo, James served as a Senior Manager at MANDIANT, where he led professional services and incident response engagements. He led criminal and national security related investigations at the city, state and federal levels, including those involving the theft of credit card information and Advanced Persistent Threats (APT).James is a sought-after and frequent speaker at cybersecurity events and is a noted author of several cyber security publications. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Information Systems from Walden University, an MBA from the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management, and is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP.)In this episode we discuss the Colorado cyber security scene, solving CISO painpoints, thoughts on certifications, what to look for when hiring talent, where to find talent, the importance of networking, automating workflows, and so much more.Where you can find James:LinkedInTwitterLogRhythm blog

37mins

19 Feb 2018

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23 - 7/10/17 - James Carder, CISO at LogRhythm

Colorado = Security Podcast

In this episode: LogRhythm CISO James Carder is our featured interview. News from Secure64, LogRhythm, Ping Identity, Vector8 and Managed Methods. Full show notes here: https://www.colorado-security.com/news/2017/7/8/23-710-show-notes100,000 Cosplay-ers can't be wrongWe hope you've recovered from a week of cosplay, fireworks and flag waving, and you're ready to get back to the real world. The news never stops here in Colorado. Besides Comic Con, we got news that a local college placed in a national cybersecurity competition, Secure64 looks to secure DNS for major carriers, LogRhythm and Ping Identity win prizes, and blogs from Vector8 and Managed Methods.Sign up for our mailing list on the main site to receive weekly updates - https://www.colorado-security.com/. We're continually working to improve the show, and appreciate the feedback we get from our listeners. If you discover any audio issues, or have suggestions for our format, let us know.This week's episode is available on Soundcloud, iTunes and the Google Play store. Reach out with any questions or comments to info@colorado-security.comFeature interview:James Carder has had an interesting career on his way to Denver. From Air Force, to Raytheon, IBM, Mandiant, the Mayo Clinic, and finally LogRhythm here in Colorado, James has had a great career. He sat down with Alex to share with you all.Local security news:Denver Comic Con draws 115,000, packs a $10 million economic punchColorado robotics team takes world championship, eyes next opponentRed Rocks CC wins 2nd in Community College Innovation ChallengeSecure64 & Mavenir Team Up to Bring NFV-ready IMS to CarriersLogRhythm Clinches the 2017 Frost & Sullivan Asia-Pacific Enterprise Security Product Line Strategy Leadership AwardPing Identity named in 2017 KuppingerCole Leadership Compass on CIAMManaged Methods blog:  Schools Using Google Need a Lesson in Cloud SecurityVector8 blog: The Five Dimensions of HuntingRobb & Alex featured on this week's Cybersecurity Interviews podcastJob Openings:Ping Identity - GRC AnalystTrust Company of America - Sr. Manager, Information Technology Policy and GovernanceAimco - Information Security AnalystReed Group - Information Security OfficerTrace 3 - Identity ArchitectLares Sec Consulting - Application Security ConsultantRedShield Security - Cloud Security EngineerUpcoming Events:This Week and Next:CSA - July Meeting - 7/11Denver ISSA - July Meetings - 7/11-12COS ISSA - Chapter meetings - 7/12-13SecureSet - Expert Series, Bryan Becker, Kroenke Sports - 7/13Colorado Innovation and Technology Experience - 7/13-14OWASP - July meeting - 7/19NCC - Cyber Center Charrette 2017 - 7/19-21DenverSec - Meetup - 7/20Other Notable Upcoming Events:COS ISSA - CISSP Exam Prep - 7/297th Annual Cyber Security Training & Technology Forum - 8/30-31View our events page for a full list of upcoming eventsIf you have any questions or comments, or any organizations or events we should highlight, contact Alex and Robb at info@colorado-security.com* Thanks to CJ Adams for our intro and exit! If you need any voiceover work, you can contact him here at carrrladams@gmail.com. Check out his other voice work here.* Intro and exit song: "The Language of Blame" by The Agrarians is licensed under CC BY 2.0

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9 Jul 2017