Man, the cybersecurity world did not stop over our break. Shutdown news, Dark Overlord, Magecart, political hacks....they all happened over the past few weeks. Let's talk about it all. After we are done with that, we talk to Ellison Anne Williams, founder of Enveil. She talks about the cool things she is doing with encryption, and what exactly the data triad is.
Last podcast of 2018 sounds a lot like the previous podcast: China charges, lots of breaches, and social media mishaps galore.
Breaches? Check. China? Check. Equifax? Check. All of it combined? This podcast. Also on this podcast, Lookout Chief Security Officer Mike Murray talks to us about Pegasus coming back into the public sphere.
It's the Republicans turn to be hacked. Kubernetes had a bad week. So did Quora. It happens. We talk to Rami Essaid from Distil Networks on his battle with bots in our feature interview.
If you have recently gotten a cup of coffee from a Dunkin' Donuts inside a Marriott hotel, you're not gonna like this podcast.
But there were still plenty of other breaches and security advisories to talk about.
Be it China, North Korea or the U.S., the hackers have been brazen this week (or really just outright dumb). We talk to Todd Weller of Bandura Systems about next-gen firewalls, how attackers are also learning to leverage AI and machine learning, and the changing cyber conversation in the C-suite.
We're back after a week hiatus to catch you up on all of the latest: Bloomberg, APTs, new Cyber Command actions and more. In our interview, we talk with Gula Tech CEO and Founder Ron Gula on what he is seeing in the marketplace and how he uses his time at the NSA to judge new tech.
Greg and Jen continue to discuss the big Bloomberg story that's causing so much grief. In our interview, we talk to PFP founder Stephen Chen on how helps companies uncover hacks like the plausible one discussed in the Bloomberg story.