Senior Director of Security and Compliance at Vera Security Tom Conklin talks about the pros and cons of using bug bounty programs, the challenges of managing risk in smaller companies, and why user awareness training is an ongoing headache for security administrators.
New Chief Information Security Officer at Fox News, Fox Business, and Fox Television John Terrill joins the podcast to talk about life in the CISO trenches and makes a bold prediction that could significantly change the cybersecurity narrative.
Co-founder and CEO of Recorded Future Christopher Ahlberg discusses the emergence of threat intelligence as a valuable security tool, the morals and ethics surrounding disclosure of nation-state attacks and the importance of tracking adversaries beyond the wall.
As businesses struggle with security awareness training for employees, Elevate Security co-founder Masha Sedova argues that the focus should be on “behavior change” and recommends the use of positive motivation and available tools to get employees to make better security decisions.
Veteran security journalist Paul Roberts talks about his work covering security, the democratization of media, and IoT legislation.
Dino Dai Zovi, co-founder and CTO of Capsule8, joins the podcast to talk about the fallout from the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities, the transition from security research to managing a VC-funded start-up and reminisce about his time as a famous Pwn2Own MacBook hacker.
Sharon Anolik, President and Founder of Privacy Panacea, talks about her work advising corporate clients on privacy and data protection issues, the looming chaos surrounding the European Union’s GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) and the role she plays on ‘Silicon Valley.’
Award-winning security journalist and author Kim Zetter talks about her work tracking cyber-espionage campaigns, why she uses an old school cassette player to record sensitive interviews and the dramatic changes sweeping the security industry.
Dark Reading executive editor Kelly Jackson Higgins joins the podcast to tell security journalism war stories, talk about her new WiFi-enabled refrigerator and some trends worth following closely.
Computer security researcher and CEO of Luta Security Katie Moussouris talks about her life in the penetration testing trenches, advocating responsible security research, building bug bounty programs and the challenges of succeeding as a woman in the industry.