This episode is a great interview with Mark "Phork" Carey. We riff on the future of technology & infosec, how machine learning might impact security in the long term, what it was like to build the application-centric web with Sun, lessons learned from decades of hardware hacking and whole lot more! The short for this month is with @pophop, so check out what the self-proclaimed "elder geek" has to say as he spreads some wisdom. Let us know what you think and send in ideas for other folks you would like to hear on the podcast. You can reach me on Twitter here.
This time around, we get one of the most personal episodes yet - a behind the curtain look of what it is like to manage the incident response team in a highly publicized breach, under strict regulation, for 6+ months. The insights here and examinations of the personal and professional impacts are profound. We also close this episode with our new "shorts" segment - this time with an insight from @sempf. Thanks for listening, and as always, let us know what you think on Twitter - @microsolved or @lbhuston. Stay safe out there!
This is one of my favorite episodes so far! I spend about 45 minutes with Josh Anderson, who riffs on IT and ICS/SCADA security threats, career advice, how he compares his life to characters on TV's "24" and a whole lot more. Very relaxed, generous in time and content, this interview with one of America's Premier ICS Security Gurus (I just gave him that title...) is fun and lively.
In this episode, I am joined by John Davis from MicroSolved, Inc. We riff on techniques for developing modern security policies that users actually read, rational risk assessment, ideas for crowd sourcing policy/process management, and a bit of history.
In this episode, I sit down for a chat with @Sempf to discuss application security, working with development teams and more. Bill goes so far as to suggest two (2!) simple steps to help increase the security effectiveness of organizations. Check it out!
In this episode we sit down with Mark Tomallo, from Panopticon Labs, and RSA's Kevin Flanagan. We discuss mentoring, online crime, choosing infosec as a career and even dig out some tidbits from Mark about online gaming fraud and some of the criminal underground around the gaming industry. I think this is a very interesting and fun episode, so check it out and let us know what you think on Twitter (@microsolved, or @lbhuston). Thanks for listening!
This episode is about 45 minutes in length and features an interview with Dave Rose (@drose0120) and Helen Patton (@OSUCISOHelen) about ethics in security, women in STEM roles and career advice for young folks considering Infosec as a career. Have feedback, let me know via Twitter (@lbhuston).