E.J. Hilbert talks FBI Cyber Crime unit, why education is lagging, and so much more
Come take a dive into the minds and motivations of Black Hats from across the world. E.J. Hilbert shares stories and insights of his time in the cyber crime unit of the FBI, being on the forefront of identify and financial data theft, and working with Max Popov, a Ukrainian prisoner shackled to a conference room desk at Ant City. We also dive into Infosec education and why higher education has been slow to adopt it as a major as well as why physical/personnel security and information security are one in the same. If you want to read more about E.J.’s time with Max Popov and Ant City, here is the link: https://www.wired.com/2016/05/maksym-igor-popov-fbi/
9 Feb 2018
Allen Burzen talks the evolution of data breaches, post breach response, and sharing breach insight
Allen Burzen experienced first-hand the impact of having your identity stolen. He has now taken his misfortune and made it his mission to help others who have been impacted in a similar way. Having lead a post-breach incident response team, he shares insight to the evolution of data breaches, how they are advancing, how to build and test a post breach response, and why, as a community, we need to talk about these sensitive issues.
5 Mar 2018
Chris Barnes shares everything you need to know about cybersecurity for SMB’s
Ben chats with Chris Barnes about the importance of cybersecurity for small to mid-sized business. Chris talks about his SMB advisory practice, threat landscape for SMB’s, ways to build an effective program with few to no resources, and the importance of a trusted advisor when building a program. During Overrated/Underrated, we get his take on security vulnerabilities with Amazon Alexa/Google Home and building backdoors into applications.
29 Dec 2017
Brian Clinkenbeard, the best hacker you have never heard of
Brian Clinkenbeard, the best hacker you have never heard of, takes a deep dive into the technology and root cause of the biggest breaches in history. Having hacked into Texas Instruments mainframe in the mid 80’s, we get a view into the creation of hacking and identity theft. This one is for you die-hard security professionals – filled with stories that will make you think deeply and question everything. All of Brian’s quirky personality traits shine through with his real-world examples of technology and security challenges. If you are pro-technology and question the importance of end user training, tune in.
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