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Latest 13 Aug 2022 | Updated Daily

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Tom Pace: Pick Your Frustrating

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Tom Pace: Pick Your Frustrating If you’re going to anything interesting… you’re gonna have to go hard -- Henry Rollins Welcome to the premier episode of the pm73media podcast! For those of you who have been with me for awhile you will recall the era of Insecurity where we had some fabulous guests. Our brief stint as the No Name Security Podcast had its moments but is kind of the Timothy Dalton James Bond if you feel me… Lots of great things are in motion and I am back on the schedule so make sure you stick around and check it out. There will be some names you know as well as some really interesting new faces as well. The best part is that it will be an unfiltered and raw story from some really interesting people across the security world, tech at large and then sometimes just some awesome randos who are really fun to talk to. You ready? LET’S GO!!! On the inaugural episode of pm73media, Matt Stephenson sits down with NetRise co-founder to talk about the impact of founding a startup. This isn’t your average tale of VCs and getting customers. We dig into what kind of impact founding a startup has on your mind and body… might even get a little spiritual. This is the first in a series as look to talk about the things you may not find in the tech rags and business journals. Dig it. About Tom Pace Tom Pace (@TommyPastry) is the co-founder and CEO of NetRise, an automated, cloud-based platform that provides comprehensive insight into the risks present in a firmware image. Prior to founding NetRise, Tom spent 16 years working in security across multiple roles and disciplines. From serving in the United States Marine Corps, being responsible for ICS security within the Department of Energy and most recently serving as Global Vice President for Cylance, he has been a leader and innovator within cybersecurity. Tom has also responded to hundreds of security incidents globally and shared his experience at multiple security conferences such as RSA and Black Hat. About Scott Scheferman About Matt Stephenson My name is Matt Stephenson (@packmatt73) and I have hosted podcasts, videos and live events all over the world which put me with experts on every corner of the cybersecurity landscape. pm73media is my first solo endeavor. On this platform and others to come, I will continue to expand upon the tradition we started with the Insecurity podcast as I seak out the leading minds in the tech industry and beyond. I am always looking for fun people who may break things every now and again. In 20 years in the ecosystem of Data Protection and Cybersecurity I have toured the world extolling the virtues of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning and how, when applied to information security, these technologies can wrong-foot the bad guys. Whether in person, live virtual events or podcasting, I get to interview interesting people doing interesting things all over the world of technology and the extended world of hacking. Sometimes, that means hacking elections or the coffee supply chain... other times that means social manipulation or the sovereign wealth fund of a national economy. Wherever I go, my job is all about talking with the people who build, manage or wreck the systems that we have put in place to make the world go round... If you tuned in to any of my previous podcasts, there’s great new…! pm73media is here! I will be bringing the same kind of energy and array of guests you know and love. Best part? We’re still at the same spot. You can find it at Spotify, Apple, Amazon Music & Audible as well as, GooglePlay, Gaana, Himalaya, I Heart Radio and wherever you get your podcasts! Make sure you Subscribe, Rate and Review!

48mins

7 Feb 2022

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Tom Pace On Firmware Security Testing

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Podcast: Unsolicited Response Podcast (LS 33 · TOP 5% what is this?)Episode: Tom Pace On Firmware Security TestingPub date: 2022-02-02Tom Pace, who co-founded Netrise.io with Michael Scott, joins Dale Peterson to discuss Firmware Security Testing. There is a lot of firmware in ICS -- PLC's and other controllers, instruments, network infrastructure, etc. They spend some time discussing the elements that are tested and then dive into how a product vendor and asset owner might use this type of testing. And the key question is whether there will be enduring and important product differentiation. Check out S4x21, April 19-21 in Miami South BeachThe podcast and artwork embedded on this page are from Dale Peterson: ICS Security Catalyst and S4 Conference Chair, which is the property of its owner and not affiliated with or endorsed by Listen Notes, Inc.

45mins

4 Feb 2022

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Tom Pace On Firmware Security Testing

Unsolicited Response Podcast

Tom Pace, who co-founded Netrise.io with Michael Scott, joins Dale Peterson to discuss Firmware Security Testing. There is a lot of firmware in ICS -- PLC's and other controllers, instruments, network infrastructure, etc. They spend some time discussing the elements that are tested and then dive into how a product vendor and asset owner might use this type of testing. And the key question is whether there will be enduring and important product differentiation. Check out S4x21, April 19-21 in Miami South Beach

45mins

2 Feb 2022

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Tom Pace on SBOMs for ICS and OT

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Podcast: Aperture: A Claroty Podcast (LS 23 · TOP 10% what is this?)Episode: Tom Pace on SBOMs for ICS and OTPub date: 2021-08-22Tom Pace, founder of security company NetRise joins Claroty's Aperture Podcast to discuss SBOMs, or software bill of materials, and how they can be leveraged to improve industrial control system and operational technology cybersecurity. SBOMs are analogous to ingredient labels on food products, or parts lists for automobiles. Yet for ICS and OT equipment, they are a rarity. That lack of visibility into software and firmware components puts organizations at risk in the event of an incident, or can hamper risk management efforts. Pace discusses the value proposition of SBOMs, how they can be created and consumed inside industrial enterprises, and takes down some misconceptions vendors and buyers may have around SBOMs giving attackers a network roadmap, or leaking intellectual property secrets. Pace also covered this subject in a talk at the recent ICS Village at DEFCON. The podcast and artwork embedded on this page are from Claroty, which is the property of its owner and not affiliated with or endorsed by Listen Notes, Inc.

48mins

24 Aug 2021

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Tom Pace on SBOMs for ICS and OT

Aperture: A Claroty Podcast

Tom Pace, founder of security company NetRise joins Claroty's Aperture Podcast to discuss SBOMs, or software bill of materials, and how they can be leveraged to improve industrial control system and operational technology cybersecurity. SBOMs are analogous to ingredient labels on food products, or parts lists for automobiles. Yet for ICS and OT equipment, they are a rarity. That lack of visibility into software and firmware components puts organizations at risk in the event of an incident, or can hamper risk management efforts. Pace discusses the value proposition of SBOMs, how they can be created and consumed inside industrial enterprises, and takes down some misconceptions vendors and buyers may have around SBOMs giving attackers a network roadmap, or leaking intellectual property secrets. Pace also covered this subject in a talk at the recent ICS Village at DEFCON. 

48mins

22 Aug 2021

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Kurtis Minder, Tom Pace and Scott Scheferman: Black Hat 2021… What Did We Learn?

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Coolness is an aesthetic of attitude, behavior, comportment, appearance and style which is generally admired. Because of the varied and changing connotations of cool, as well as its subjective nature, the word has no single meaning. It has associations of composure and self-control and often is used as an expression of admiration or approval. Although commonly regarded as slang, it is widely used among disparate social groups and has endured in usage for generations.  -- Wikipedia On today’s No Name Security Podcast, Matt Stephenson welcomes 3 people doing very cool things in a very cool industry… and… they happen to be to very cool people. Kurtis Minder is the co-founder and CEO at GroupSense, Tom Pace is the co-founder and CEO at NetRise and Scott Scheferman is the Chief Strategist at Eclypsium. They are each legendary incident response types who were at Black Hat for a multitude of reasons. Why were they there…? Stick around and find out! About Kurtis Minder Kurtis Minder (@kurtisminder) is the founder of GroupSense, a threat intelligence company. He leads a team of analysts and technologists providing custom cybersecurity intelligence to brands around the globe. The company’s analysts conduct cyber research and reconnaissance and map the threats to client risk profiles. He arrived at GroupSense after more than 20 years in role-spanning operations, design and business development at companies such as Mirage Networks (acquired by Trustwave), Caymas Systems (acquired by Citrix) and Fortinet (IPO). About Tom Pace Tom Pace (@TommyPastry) is the co-founder and CEO of NetRise, an automated, cloud-based platform that provides comprehensive insight into the risks present in a firmware image. Prior to founding NetRise, Tom spent 16 years working in security across multiple roles and disciplines. From serving in the United States Marine Corps, being responsible for ICS security within the Department of Energy and most recently serving as Global Vice President for Cylance, he has been a leader and innovator within cybersecurity. Tom has also responded to hundreds of security incidents globally and shared his experience at multiple security conferences such as RSA and Black Hat. About Scott Scheferman Scott Scheferman (@transhackerism) is the founder of Armanda Intelligence, LLC, with a mission of providing CxO/board advisement, strategy and threat intelligence.  He is also Principal Strategist for Eclypsium, Inc. Scott keeps a hyper-current beat on the threat landscape and how it continues to fundamentally change business and mission cyber risk dynamics. Battle-hardened from years of red-teaming, incident response and cyber consulting, as well as having served as the technical lead and final security risk determination for the Navy’s Certification Authority (thousands of systems per year, with over 800 validators and 30 risk analysts feeding these risk determinations), Scott draws his perspective from significant real-world high-stakes (multi-billion dollar programs and Fortune 10 enterprise) experience. If you want the truth about what is happening in the world of cybersecurity, Scott is a voice you want to be listening to. If you can’t handle the truth… he may not be your guy… but that doesn’t mean he won’t keep telling it. About Matt Stephenson Matt Stephenson (@packmatt73) leads the Social Media team at Forescout, which puts me in front of people all over the world. Prior to joining Forescout, I hosted podcasts, videos and live events all over the world which put me with experts on every corner of the cybersecurity landscape. The new No Name Security Podcast will continue and expand upon that tradition as we seak out the leading minds in the security industry as well as those may break things every now again. And… just for fun, there will be some wildcard guests as well. In 10 years in the ecosystem of Data Protection and Cybersecurity I have toured the world extolling the virtues of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning and how, when applied to information security, these technologies can wrong-foot the bad guys. Prior to the COVID shutdown, I was on the road over 100 days a year doing live malware demonstrations for audiences from San Diego to DC to London to Abu Dhabi to Singapore to Sydney. One of the funniest things I've ever been a part of was blowing up a live instance of NotPetya 6 hours after the news broke... in Washington DC... directly across the street from FBI HQ... as soon as we activated it a parade of police cars with sirens blaring roared past the building we were in. I'm pretty sure they weren't there for us, but you never know... Whether at in person events, live virtual events or podcasting, I get to interview interesting people doing interesting things all over the world of cybersecurity and the extended world of hacking. Sometimes, that means hacking elections or the coffee supply chain... other times that means social manipulation or the sovereign wealth fund of a national economy. Wherever I go, my job is all about talking with the people who build, manage or wreck the systems that we have put in place to make the world go round... If you tuned in to any of my previous podcasts, there’s great news! The No Name Security Podcast is here! I will be bringing the same kind of energy and array of guests you know and love. Best part? We’re still at the same spot. You can find it at Spotify, Apple, Amazon Music & Audible as well as, GooglePlay, Gaana, Himalaya, I Heart Radio and wherever you get your podcasts! Make sure you Subscribe, Rate and Review!

1hr 17mins

13 Aug 2021

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Ep. 02 Tom Pace / Unstoppable Mindset

Man, We Need To Talk.

Allow me to introduce Tom Pace, gym owner and founder of the Unstoppable Mindset movement. Tom is a motivational speaker, author and a really interesting guy.He has had an extraordinary journey, from addiction to recreational drugs and steroids, to being section under the mental health act. Then rising up from that and creating a fantastic movement in Unstoppable MindsetWhen I had a massive breakdown 6 months ago, I reached out to Tom when i felt I had no where to turn and he spoke to me for over an hour and really helped me to start to turn my life around.In this episode, we talk about the struggles that we have with the internal voice in our minds and how to overcome them. And much, much more.This one, you cannot afford to miss.Can't wait for you to hear it.

1hr 41mins

12 Nov 2020

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Give to Live - Sunday Special with Tom Pace

Your World Within | Inspiration, Motivation and Life Stories From Eddie Pinero

In this episode I chat with Bestselling Author, CEO and philanthropist Tom Pace about building a business, the power of running and why we must all give to others in order to live our best lives.

41mins

2 Aug 2020

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Reissue – Building a Better Company through Personal Development with Tom Pace

Bottom Line Faith

Bottom Line Faith is the program that bridges the gap between faith and business.Today's show features Tom Pace, Founder & CEO of PaceButler Corporation.bottomlinefaith.org/

41mins

3 Jul 2020

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Forensic Lunch 5/8/20 - Jack Farley, Josh Brunty, Kevin Pagano, Tom Pace, Jim Arnold

The Forensic Lunch with David Cowen and Matthew Seyer

This week on the Forensic Lunch we had: Josh Brunty, @joshbrunty,  talking about his DFIR program at Marshall  https://www.marshall.edu/cyber/ Tom Pace of Blackberry Cyclance and Jim Arnold of KPMG talking about recent ransomware trends.  Kevin Pagano, @kevpagano3,  talking about his Sunday Funday and the Magnet Virtual CTF  Jack Farley, @jackfarley248,  talking about MEAT and the Magnet Virtual CTF https://github.com/jfarley248/MEAT You can watch it here: https://youtu.be/fPzSm-hofA0

1hr 17mins

9 May 2020

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