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Follow the Wh1t3 Rabbit ... attention technology and business leaders! The "Down the Security Rabbithole" podcast is not your ordinary security podcast, primarily because we take a business perspective on the colorful and fast-paced world of information security. Bringing useful commentary on rel…

Rafal Los (Wh1t3Rabbit)

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    DtSR Episode 481 - Spies In Your Tech

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 37:23

    Prologue Bentsi is a guy with some experience in the bad guy world when it comes to devices and gadgets getting compromised. In this episode, he tells us stories and anecdotes on things he's seen and the threats gadgets face. It's a very interesting discussion, and might just make you a little more paranoid before it's over. Guest Bentsi ben-Atar Check out Sepio - 

    DtSR Episode 480 - Juice Jacking

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 40:17

    Prologue Have you ever plugged your smart phone, tablet or other "smart thing" into a power cable that wasn't yours? I'm guessing you've answered yes - and if so, you need to listen to this episode. As we travel and move around with our smart devices, we don't always have our charging cables & blocks with us, and that can lead to disaster. Hear more from Robert Rowley on how "juice jacking" can cause security problems we aren't even aware of. Guest Robert Rowley LinkedIn: 

    DtSR Episode 479 - Productivity of Jump Boxes and Bastion Hosts

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 44:20

    Prologue In a technically deeper episode, Ev joins Rafal to discuss how security has made productivity challenging at times, in terms of having to jump through hoops to get work done, and what we should be doing about it. Ev asks us to image an entirely new paradigm of productive access to necessary resources - so listen in and dream big with us. Guest: Ev Kontsevoy LinkedIn:  Teleport: 

    DtSR Episode 478 - Beyond Buzzwords: XDR

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 37:30

    Prologue This week's episode is one of my favorite topics - marketing buzzwords. You've all heard the term "XDR" and wondered (probably like me) what the heck it is and how it's different than EDR or MDR. Do we really need more buzzwords? Mark Alba from Anomali joins me this week to discuss this, and I think it'll help sort things out for you, it sure did for me. I'm still not a big fan of new buzzwords, but at least I get it now. Guest Mark Alba LinkedIn: Anomali XDR Info: 

    DtSR Episode 477 - Passwords are Dead and Other Fables

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 41:45

    Prologue Welcome to the last month of 2021 - December. This month we have a few bonus episodes, starting with this gem on identity. We've got a great guest and Mike Kiser has some interesting opinions he's definitely not holding back on. Thanks for listening - we hope you enjoy this episode. And special thanks to SailPoint for bringing Mike to the mic. Guest Mike Kiser LinkedIn: 

    DtSR Episode 476 - Securing Public Cloud with Azure ASB v3

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 44:35

    Prologue Folks, the video of this episode which was live-streamed to our YouTube channel is here: - and if you can, watch it. Huge mega-thanks to Microsoft and Lightstream for bringing together Jeff and Mark on this one to deliver some truly phenomenal content. This week is Azure Security Benchmark (not baseline, oops) version 3.0 hot off the presses. We talk about what it is, how to apply it, and where and why it's so useful for keeping not just your Azure public cloud safe, but also the "other" public clouds you use too. Guests Mark Simos LinkedIn:  Twitter: Jeff Collins LinkedIn: 

    DtSR Episode 475 - Community Sourced Threat Instructions

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 45:17

    Prologue Fair warning y'all, this episode may have been just slightly more fun than the Surgeon General allows. That said, on this one we not only made up some new terms ("Threat Instructions", Anton) but also had some fun describing what a well-functioning system of highly automate-able threat data would look like. And as it turns out, it's CrowdSec's "Fire" data set. Fascinating conversation, and most fascinating of all is that as Philippe described how it functions, Anton could find nothing wrong with it. Call me gobsmacked. If you're interested in participating in the Crowd, click this link - because a typo will put you in a very weird and very different sort of crowd. Guests Philippe Humeau, CEO at CrowdSec LinkedIn:  Twitter: @Crowd_Security Website:  Anton Chuvakin LinkedIn:  Twitter: @Anton_Chuvakin

    DtSR Episode 474 - Unraveling Mountains of Evidence

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 40:43

    Prologue Hey! Are you attending OpenText World Enfuse? If not, click here and check it out - it's virtual! Straight from Enfuse Chuck Dodson joins Rafal & James to talk about digital evidence collection, management, and processing in the realm of law enforcement. A fascinating look at the law enforcement side of things, and a topic perspective most of us never have occasion to think about, unless you're in the fight. Guest Chuck Dodson  OpenText World - Enfuse 

    DtSR Episode 473 - Cyber Security by Executive Order

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 42:47

    Prologue In this episode, we host a lady who only needs one name, like a movie or rock star. But "Jax" deals with topics we normal people don't have the stomach for, like CMMC and government security. In this episode, she joins us to talk about the current Executive Order on Cybersecurity ( Executive Order 14028, May 12, 2021 - ) and the implications and impact it will, might, and could have. A fascinating discussion that's worth listening to, whether you spend time in FedGov, or not. Guest Jaclyn “Jax” Scott LinkedIn:  Company site: Blog: 

    DtSR Episode 472 - Rick Howard on Trust and Tech

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 46:52

    Prologue Let me start by saying how much I enjoy chatting with Rick Howard, today's podcast guest. Rick's been on before, and we always go long (especially on this one, sorry not sorry), but the content is well worth your time. On today's episode, we chat about "Zero Trust" and where technology meets concept, what's missing, and what's next. If you think you know all these is to know about Zero Trust, I promise you, you'll learn something new. Guest Rick Howard LinkedIn:  Twitter:  Rick's Show on CyberWire (Pro, subscription required): 

    DtSR Episode 471 - TPA Threat Modeling the Software

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 39:23

    Prologue On Episode 471, as we rapidly hurl towards our 500th episode, we bring back Chris Romeo to talk about threat modeling. Specifically, we discuss threat modeling of software - with developers, methodologies, silos, incentives, and outcomes all in play for discussion. Chris has been doing this a while, and has some deep insights into what it takes to make things work - and he we welcome your feedback on how you do it. Guest Chris Romeo  LinkedIn: Twitter: 

    DtSR Episode 470 - Security Leadership Insights from Ann

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 45:46

    Prologue On this episode of the DtSR Podcast - Ann Johnson joins special guest-host Ken Fishkin of NJ ISC2 chapter, along with James & Rafal to talk about leadership, and sports apparently. Thanks to the NJ Chapter of ISC2 ( )for submitting questions and Ken for joining us to guest-host. On this episodes, we ask Ann to talk to us about leadership challenges, and what's in store for the future. Also, we briefly talk sports teams and discover Ann is a Cowboys fan. Guests Ann Johnson LinkedIn:  Twitter:  Ken Fishkin LinkedIn: 

    DtSR Episode 469 - YGHT They Hacked Ransomware

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 46:06

    Prologue This week on a ridiculously awesome episode of the DtSR Podcast the one and only Mr. Steve Perkins of Nubeva joins Rafal & James to talk about something worth shouting about. They've figured out how to beat ransomware... yes, there are a few 'catch' things, but the tech seems solid and the possibilities endless. Give this episode a listen, then scroll below to click the links, and give this a look for yourself! Guest Steve Perkins LinkedIn:  Relevant Links Webinar coming up on session key intercept: Email if you want to hear more, or partner with them to deliver their tech to YOUR customers Learn about the tech:

    DtSR Episode 468 - TPA Another Journey Into Security

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 40:48

    Prologue This week, we get to meet Sean Jackson. You may not know Sean, but his journey may feel familiar. He got here much like many of you, and his story of discovery and understanding of his role in the business as "the security guy" is something you should probably know. There are many paths into our profession, and there are many different ways to view what we do - Sean's is compelling as it is timeless. Give it a listen, and join me on his journey. Guest Sean Jackson LinkedIn:  Twitter: 

    DtSR Episode 467 - TPA Chips and SLSA

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 37:22

    Prologue This week, Kim Lewandowski joins Rafal & James to talk about Google's latest contribution to the Open Source software movement - Supply-chain Levels for Software Artifacts (SLSA). We have a great conversation, and I hope you guys go watch the video (when it comes out) and check out the axe in the background. I never did find the interesting logo Kim talks about- maybe one of you will find it and post it to #DtSR on Twitter! Guest Kim Lewandowski LinkedIn:  Twitter:  SLSA Links 

    DtSR Episode 466 - TPA Vulnerability Manageement Goat Rodeo

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 39:32

    Prologue This week, fresh off his Twitter rant, Travis McPeak joins Rafal to talk about the goat rodeo that vulnerability management in the enterprise. Travis talks about the multitude of reasons vulnerability management is so difficult, and what we can be done about the whole mess. Great episode, lots of great discussion and big thanks to Travis for the contribution to the topic. This needs more discussion, folks! Guest Travis McPeak LinkedIn:  Twitter: @TravisMcPeak

    DtSR Episode 465 - TPA Nic-NAC-Security-is-Whack

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 49:04

    Prologue I have no excuses, and no ideas, how this show has made it so far without having the one and only JJ as a guest. She's been doing network security and architecture for a long time, in addition to being a force for good. Her focus on NAC (Network Access Control) shines through in this discussion too. Hilarity ensues. Guest Jennifer ("JJX") Minella LinkedIn: Twitter:

    DtSR Episode 464 - TPA An Empowering Discussion on the Grid

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 35:48

    Prologue This week our pal and previous guest Patrick Miller joins us to talk about the power grid, current state of the thing, and what he's working on in the power generation and distribution sector. It's a strange place where 8" floppy disks and DOS 2.2 still live. Yeah, go search those, you think there's a 0-day for DOS 2.2? Guest Patrick C. Miller LinkedIn: Twitter: Ampere Security:

    DtSR Episode 463 - TPA Human Security Engineering

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 39:17

    Prologue This week our friend Ira Winkler joins Rafal & James to talk about the human element in cyber security. Ira, like us, absolutely loathes the phrase "stupid user" - so you'll want to hear what he's working on, and his comments on the space.

    DtSR Episode 462 - TPA Aki Peritz on Open Source Intel

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 41:56

    Prologue With all the craziness going on in the world, from terrorism, to catastrophically botched withdraws from a 20 year war, to the incredible proliferation of ransomware, and "cyber privateering" making a comeback in the news - it's as good a time as any to discuss open source intelligence, collection, and analysis. Aki is a guy who would know a little bit of something about the topic, because anytime someone has to choose the way they describe their past "work" - you know their background is pretty colorful. Guest Aki Peritz LinkedIn: 

    DtSR Episode 461 - TPA Peacocking Without PCAPS

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2021 27:15

    Prologue Let me start off by saying that this episode isn't about politics. It's about facts, claims made, and election security facts and myths. I want to thank Rob Graham for getting on the show and sharing his experience on short notice, and providing insights from Mike Lindell's "Symposium". It's truly eye-opening, and hopefully a conversation that strikes at the core of what we need to hear right now. Guest Robert Graham Twitter -

    DtSR Episode 460 - TPA About CIAM and Other Auth

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 40:55

    Prologue Thanks to Okta, for providing what is surely an entertaining (at least to record) and informative episode with some really cool guests. Bharat and John join James and Raf to talk about CIAM (a term Raf had to look up) and all things authentication history, past, and present. By the way, if you haven't registered, you should register for this very cool Okta Developer Day "Auth for All".   Guests John Pritchard LinkedIn:  Bharat Bhat LinkedIn: 

    DtSR Episode 459 - TPA A Defenders Endpoint Perspective

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2021 35:57

    Prologue Big thanks this week to OpenText for providing access to Fabian Franco (go check out his bio below). He joins James & Rafal to talk about protecting endpoints, and some of the interesting things that go along with state-of-the-art detection and response capabilities. Also, if you'd be so kind as to support those who keep this show going, go check out the OpenText link below and give it a click, won't you? Why are there so many acronyms for endpoint defense? What do EPP, EDR, MDR, XDR mean and are they at all any different? Let's dive into this, on today's episode.  Guest Fabian Franco Bio: Fabian Franco, Senior Manager of Digital Forensics and Incident Response (DFIR), Threat Hunting and SOC. Fabian specializes in digital forensics, incident response, memory forensics, malware analysis, reverse engineering of malware and threat hunting. LinkedIn: OpenText: 

    DtSR Episode 458 - TPA Staffing Disasters We Created

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2021 37:45

    Prologue This week we have the pleasure of having Kevin Pope, one of Raf's close and long-time friends, and someone who's had one heck of a journey into and through our industry. Kevin is a veteran, a security-curious, and  cyber security professional - and he's also got some metered opinions too. We discuss hiring, staffing, and some of the issues we've collectively - and he specifically - have seen. Give this one a listen if you want to understand why we have the staffing problem in cyber-security that we do. Seriously.   Guest Kevin Pope LinkedIn:  Twitter: 

    DtSR Episode 457 - TPA Foreign Adversaries Killing People

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2021 35:57

    Prologue Huge thanks to Prevailion's Karim Hijazi for taking the time with us to dissect this Gartner headline and article on "adversaries killing people using OT". As we expected, a sensationalist headline, followed by some mildly fluffy stuff, with a kernel of truth. Good discussion nonetheless, though, and I even learned a thing. Links The Gartner article referenced: Guest Karim Hijazi LinkedIn: Previous episode: 

    DtSR Episode 456 - TPA The Pandemic Meat Grinder

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2021 48:53

    Prologue Frankly, we have no idea how we got through 450 episodes without interviewing Rich. No clue. Rich is a man of many talents including a trained responder for situations like we've been facing. He's also a cloud security specialist, and happens to do a half-dozen other things in his "spare time" too. In this episode we chat about what the pandemic has taught cyber security professionals, and what we'll come out the other side looking like. Warnings: Loki spoiler alert - oops, Rafal did this one Explicit language warning - Rich dropped some colorful language, deal with it Guest Rich Mogull LinkedIn:  Twitter:

    DtSR Episode 455 - TPA All The Reminiscing

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2021 41:17

    Prologue It's been a long time, maybe forever, since James and I sat down and just chatted on the podcast. With all these amazing guests we have on the show it's easy to get caught up in the fun and forget to just have a two-person conversation every once in a while. With that in mind, we did it this week. We sat down, just the two of us, and chatted about the last few hundred episodes, the things that have stayed with us, and some things we wished would "get better" but alas...   Jump in, this is a special episode.

    DtSR Episode 454 - TPA Cyber Insurance Fact vs Fiction

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2021 45:26

    Prologue Sean Scranton joins Shawn Tuma and myself to talk about cyber insurance, specifically, as it is a massive topic of discussion lately. Building on top of the "does cyber insurance even pay out?" question and exploring if cyber insurance will actually change the industry (as Jeremiah hints in episode 447) we traverse a lot of related topics and answer some good questions. This is one of the most informative episodes on this specific topic I've found out there - without all the usual propaganda. Huge thank you to Sean and Shawn for agreeing to take time away from client work to speak with DtSR, and leave this information accessible to my listeners. Guests Sean Scranton LinkedIn:  Shawn Tuma LinkedIn: Twitter:

    DtSR Episode 453 - TPA On Prioritizing Enterprise Vulnerabilities

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2021 41:10

    Prologue Vulnerability Management has been a bit of a soapbox for me lately, and this episode brings in two experts on the topic directly from the enterprise to talk about how we prioritization, spreadsheets, and today's big vulnerability problem produces serious issues for enterprise professionals. The problem is as old as our profession, but in spite of the tools, testimonials, and hand-waving it's still a massive problem. Guests Britney Hommertzheim LinkedIn:  Twitter:  Ace Moore Ace is incognito :)

    DtSR Episode 452 - TPA Burning It At Both Ends

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2021 41:54

    Prologue On this episode of the podcast I have the pleasure of hosting one of my long-time friends and industry titan - Dawn-Marie "Rie" Hutchinson. She's fresh off of a stint as a CISO, and talking about burnout in our industry and beyond. It's always a pleasure chatting with a friend, but this is an important topic so extra thanks for sharing her knowledge and insights with us; working in a globally diverse and multi-timezone workforce isn't easy, and the lessons are useful! Guest Dawn-Marie "Rie" Hutchinson LinkedIn:  Twitter: 

    DtSR Episode 451 - TPA Rockin It

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2021 42:33

    Prologue My pal Rock has ventured off on his own, so I wanted to catch up with him and get a quick update on the state of business, but also get a sense for what he's seeing in the industry as he's advising companies and helping them through compliance and regulatory challenges. Fascinating conversation, always fun stuff.   Guest Rock Lambros LinkedIn:  Twitter: Twitter:  Website: 

    DtSR Episode 450 - TPA 3rd Party Risk Shitshow

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2021 43:16

    Prolgue Ladies and Gentlemen - we've hit ** 450 ** episodes. Let me just take a moment and reflect on the number of awesome guests, long hours recording and editing, and all of you phenomenal fans and listeners spreading the show content. Episode 450 feels like the right one to drop an episode with one of my real-life best friends, British sensation, and perennial entrepreneur Vikas Bhatia. We drop the gloves and go after the shitshow that is third party risk management in modern day enterprise. There are answers, but not if you don't address it head-on. Guest Vikas Bhatia LinkedIn:  Twitter:  Company URL:

    DtSR Episode 449 - TPA Tuma on A Watershed Moment for US Cyber

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2021 43:55

    Prologue In this episode, our legal eagle Shawn Tuma is back to discuss the Colonial Pipeline incident and whether it could be a watershed moment for US Cyber interests. As Toby Keith's "Courtesy of the Red, White, and Blue" plays in the background, we discuss what's happened, what could happen, and what it all means. Guest Shawn Tuma LinkedIn: Twitter:

    DtSR Episode 448 - YGHT Knock Knock Who's There

    Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2021 48:37

    Prologue You've GOT to hear this! This week on the podcast, I invited Martin Zizi of Aerendir, to talk about how we can use technology to not only distinguish between humans and non-humans (bots?) but also how to identify humans with staggering levels of precision - using commonly available and inexpensive components. He's got humor, an eclectic background, and great knowledge of the topic. Join us! Guest Martin Zizi Bio: Dr. Martin Zizi, MD-Ph.D, deep expertise in Molecular Biophysics and Neurosciences. He is one of the Founders & CEO of Aerendir Mobile Inc. He is the inventor of the NeuroPrint®, a cloudless AI-supported neural-tapping technology that can be used for authentication, identification, encryption, secure TLS, and bot segregation. Following his early years in the United States as a Scientist at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research where he worked on very advanced projects, he had a 20-years dual-track career, leading both academic and strategic projects as a top scientist in 3 fields and was also a Chief Scientific Officer for Belgian DoD. Martin was a sought-after advisor for the Belgian, the EU governments, international organizations (UN) and the industry. Aerendir Mobile Inc. is his second start-up. He was #2 at another start-up in the Medical technology vertical. LinkedIn: Twitter: Aerendir Mobile, Inc. LinkedIn: Twitter: 

    DtSR Episode 447 - TPA Software Security Liability and Insurance

    Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2021 43:54

    Prologue I don't know about you, but I have Jeremiah in a list on Twitter that allows me to read/think about some of the things he posts without the noise of the rest of Twitter. Should a company that develops software be held responsible when a bug they missed is exploited? Why do we "Agree" on all those click-through agreements which basically disavow any responsibility, anyway? What about security tools - if they scan and miss a flaw that's later exploited, shouldn't they be liable? These and other salient topics are discussed in fairly great detail without all the usual hype you hear around this topic. Please join us, this is a wonderful episode to listen to more than once. Guest Jeremiah Grossman LinkedIn: Twitter:

    DtSR Episode 446 - TPA AppSec Philosophy

    Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2021 39:27

    Prologue When in Austin, TX ... meet up with some friends right? This week I have the pleasure of sitting down in-person with Joel whom has been doing the "AppSec thing" for longer than many of you who are reading this have been in our profession. Joel knows a thing or two - so we discuss a thing or two. Philosophy, history, and some ugly truths come out in a conversation that can only happen in-person. Guest Joel Scambray LinkedIn:

    DtSR Episode 445 - TPA Non-Random Cyber Thoughts with Dave Marcus

    Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2021 51:43

    Prologue I honestly am having a difficult time understanding how this show has gone so long, so many episodes, without sitting down with Dave Marcus 1:1. It hurts my brain. So I rectified this situation and here you are. Dave is one of the best humans in the industry, has a few truckloads of knowledge, and you could stand to learn something from him. Give this episode a shot. Warning: Dave drops a pair of F-bombs, and the show goes a little longer than most at >40 minutes. But it's well worth your time. I promise. Guest Dave Marcus Twitter: LinkedIn: 

    DtSR Episode 444 - TPA Gary is Awful at Retirement

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2021 46:57

    Prologue I'm honored to have Gary McGraw on with James and myself on this episode. I hadn't realized, but Gary retired from (what was formerly) Cigital - and by retired I mean "started something new". Gary sucks at retirement, but he's brilliant and has a lot to say about machine learning and its applications, so you should really listen in. No, "AI" isn't going to take over security - but it's work exploring the enormous contributions machine learning make to our lives and how they can be abused.   Guest Gary McGraw Twitter: Home:  Boards he's on:  Info on Berryville Institute:  ARA for ML: 

    DtSR Episode 443 - TPA Addressing AppSec Tech Debt

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2021 45:47

    Prologue Chris Eng has been elbows deep in software security for a very long time. Times have changed over the last 20 years, as have tools, methods, and outcomes - what hasn't changed is how much security debt we keep amassing in our applications. How bad is the problem, and what can be done? Tune in and find out what we think. Guest Chris Eng LinkedIn:  Twitter: 

    DtSR Episode 442 - S11E15 - TPA Fighting the Good Fight

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2021 40:14

    Prologue This week, the show is back after a brief spring break, and we have with us Dmitri Alperovitch - who has taken on a new venture in his latest role. We discuss cybersecurity policy, government's role in private enterprise defense, and why you should probably never run your own MS Exchange Server. Lots of great content from the always informative and entertaining Dmitri. Guest Dmitri Alperovitch LinkedIn: Twitter: Silverado Policy Accelerator:

    DtSR Episode 441 - TPA State Secrets and Diplomatic Protection

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2021 42:59

    Prologue ** First, before I say anything else, I want to thank Lonnie and his staff for their service to our country. Protecting diplomats is not an easy task I imagine, and being the most powerful nation on Earth, our diplomats are likely a target 24x7x365. ** This week, Lonnie Price joins me and James on the show for an intriguing talking through some very, very cool stuff. Now, this episode is special. Of course, every episode is special but some are more special than others. In this edition of the show we're talking to someone who keeps state secrets, well ... secret, as America's diplomats travel internally and abroad. I can safely say I had no idea how much there was to concern yourself with beyond just encryption. Guest Lonnie Price LinkedIn:

    DtSR Episode 440 - TPA Fighting Back Against ATO

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2021 41:08

    Prologue Account Take-Over (ATO). You've probably not given this too much thought, unless you've had your account jacked. Whether it was someone stealing your Twitter account, or your bank account, or God-forbid your Facebook - you know the ramifications are serious. But how do you identify it, prevent it, detect and respond to it, and maybe even recover from it... at scale? Rafal's guest, Ari Jacoby of Deduce has some ideas.  Ari talks about the broader ATO problem, and suggests some of the reasons it's gotten this bad ( bad is it?...) and what companies that are not in the Fortune 250 can do to protect themselves - and you. Guest Ari Jacoby Deduce:  LinkedIn:  Twitter: 

    DtSR Episode 439 - TPA Open Source Endpoint Defense

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2021 41:10

    Prologue OK, say it with me, defender tools suck. They all have their own dashboards, data formats, ways to look at what's going on...and that wouldn't be bad if they even remotely worked together. OSQuery isn't the end-all for endpoint tools, but it surely can tell you a whole lot about what's going on out there - and then you can actually intelligently do something. But it needs a enter Fleet. This episode is all about defending the endpoint using open source, and Fleet/OSQuery specifically.   Guest Zach Wasserman LinkedIn: Twitter:  Fleet Open Source Device Management: 

    DtSR Episode 438 - TPA Implementing Zero Trust Principles

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 9, 2021 47:36

    Prologue This week on a very cool conversation, Rafal snags a chance to do a virtual sit-down with Yuri all the way from the Netherlands. Juri is one of the quintessential experts on Zero Trust (not the commercial tools stuff, but principles and foundations) and you need to hear his take on how we get it implemented, where, and why.   Guest Yuri Bobbert LinkedIn: His book "Leading Digital Security": 

    DtSR Episode 437 - TPA Healthcare IT Under Siege

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 2, 2021 40:40

    Prologue This week, DJ McArthur joins James and Rafal to talk shop about his career in defending healthcare IT. The Cliff's Notes version is that it's more complex, more under siege, and more critical than ever. No problem, right? This episode has been a long-time coming, and DJ is an honest-to-goodness expert in the field. He teaches classes on this topic which you may just want to go and look up if this is your thing.   Guest DJ McArthur LinkedIn: Twitter:

    DtSR Episode 436 - TPA A Dev Perspective on AppSec

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 23, 2021 43:48

    Prologue Continuing what accidentally became a series of AppSec or Software Security focused episodes, #436 takes it from yet another direction. Rey joins us to talk about AppSec from his perspective - that of a life-long developer that's moved into software security. It's been an interesting journey, and while some of the things we discuss aren't necessarily revelations - listen for the subtle clues about what software security teams are doing wrong in the corporate enterprise... you'll hear it. Guest Rey Bango LinkedIn: Twitter: @ReyBango

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    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 16, 2021 36:25

    Prologue Episode 435 is packed with OpenSource goodness, talking about WordPress and WPScan with Ryan Dewhurst. Ryan started WPScan (a tool you probably use as a security practitioner) and has now made a business out of it. He spends a half-hour discussing the product, his road, and Wordpress/security in general and includes some plans for the future. Guest Ryan Dewhurst LinkedIn: Twitter: Website:

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    DtSR Episode 434 - TPA Open Source Software Security

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 9, 2021 43:44

    Prologue This week, Jennifer Fernick of NCC Group joins me to talk about her work with open source software and security. With a storied career, Jennifer is well-qualified to talk about some really interesting topics, but finding bugs in open source software, at the scale we need it to be done, is a monumental task.  If you're a developer and keen on innovation and open-source, and know security or are interested in learning more - I encourage you to go check out the Open Source Security Foundation here:  Guest Jennifer Fernick LinkedIn:

    DtSR Episode 433 - TPA Leading the Alliance

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2021 37:03

    Prologue: This week, Gary Latham joins the podcast to talk about taking the reigns of the Security Advisor Alliance, at a pivotal time for the organization. If you don't know about the SAA, I highly encourage you to check it out here:    Guest Gary Latham LinkedIn: 

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    DtSR Episode 432 - TPA Identity and Trust

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2021 40:33

    Prologue On this week's episode of the podcast, boomerang guest Robb Rock joins Rafal to talk identity, trust, and what's happened since the last time Robb was on the show (which was in 2016!). Of course they talk about the "big hack", and retreat into identity, Zero Trust, and the challenges of mid-market companies trying to do their own security. The lesson here? "The more we learn, the more we recognize we know very little." Guest Robb Reck LinkedIn: Twitter: @RobbReck

    DtSR Episode 431 - TPA Medical IOT

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2021 37:46

    Prologue This week on DtSR, an old friend Jamison Utter joins Rafal to talk about medical IoT devices, and what makes them different -- and of course, how we can better protect them. Jamison's company, Medigate, is a healthcare security and medical analytics company - and it's an interesting discussion on how this type of IoT differs from others with security implications. You'll want to listen in, since the "Internet of Things" discussion is getting very varied, and you need to keep up. Guest Jamison Utter LinkedIn: Twitter: Company website:  

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