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Dec 28, 2019

It was once said that if Security and Compliance were in a relationship the status would be "It's Complicated". This discussion will aim to help you understand this relationship and how it can be beneficial or a mere distraction to an organization's overall security posture. - Define "Secure" and "Compliant". - Does compliance merely raise awareness about security shortcomings? - What is the relationship between Security and Compliance? - Being Secure and being Compliant are mere points in time, how can we best develop a process to ensure we are always striving to a secure and compliant state? - How does Security impact and/or influence Compliance? - How does Compliance impact and/or influence Security? - How do you balance these extremes: "We will be Secure and ignore compliance" vs. "We will be compliant but ignore security"

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Show Notes: https://wiki.securityweekly.com/PSWEpisode632

Dec 26, 2019

Each year the team at Counterhack Challenges makes available the Holiday Hack Challenge. Led by Ed Skoudis, and created by some of the most talented security professionals in the industry, it is not to be missed. Tune in to hear the details, or at least some information, about this year's Holiday Hack Challenge!

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Dec 24, 2019

Penetration testing has evolved quite a bit in the past year. As defenses shift, and in some cases get much better, attack techniques and landscapes have changed as well. - What has changed in the past year with regards to penetration testing? - What is adversary simulation? What are the benefits? Is the offering and consumption of this service an indication that organizations are getting better at building effective security programs? - How has the increased popularity of breach and attack simulation tools impacted penetration testing? - Has the MITRE attack framework impacted penetration testing? If so, how? - Many advanced penetration testers seem to be keeping their tools private as to avoid detection by endpoint security products. Is this happening, and if so what is the impact? Should we share more? Less? - With so many tools available today for penetration testing, what can blue teams and internal red teams do to prep for an external penetration test?

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Show Notes: https://wiki.securityweekly.com/PSWEpisode631

Dec 23, 2019

- Given that DevOps is a process and its execution requires many different tools, how do we get started "doing DevOps"? - What about DevOps allows us to produce more secure applications? - What concepts inside of DevOps do most people lose site of? - What are the major challenges involved in taking an application from traditional development to DevOps? - What are some of the best approaches to making an application more resilient to threats - To ORM or not to ORM? - Which services do you implement yourself vs. using a cloud service? - How do I choose the best secrets vault? - What should I use an orchestrator for and what should I not use an orchestrator for? - How do I build a secure API for my app? - Thoughts on GraphQL vs. REST security implications? Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/psw for all the latest episodes! Show Notes: https://wiki.securityweekly.com/PSWEpisode632

Dec 23, 2019

It's often said that attackers need only to get it right once, where defenders have to be right all of the time. Those of us who have worked in a security role as a defender know we don't always get it right, in fact, there are often many exposures in our defenses. This segment will aim to help defenders learn tactics and techniques that are effective and try to answer some of the following questions: - How do you prioritize your defensive efforts? - How do you best detect attacks? - How do you best protect against attacks? - We always say "patch your stuff" but how often should you patch? Which systems should you patch? - What techniques work best to defend against email phishing? - How do you provide a "good enough" level of security for your Active Directory? - What are the fundamentals of defense? How do they differ per environment and organization? - How do you get management to buy-in to your security plans and spending?

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Show Notes: https://wiki.securityweekly.com/PSWEpisode631

Dec 21, 2019

Jason Rolleston, Chief Product Officer at Kenna Security & Michael Roytman, Chief Data Scientist at Kenna Security join Paul, Matt, and Jeff on this week's episode of ESW to discuss how risk-based vulnerability management is transforming the vulnerability management industry by enabling enterprises to understand the true risk of their infrastructure and applications, saving them time and resources by prioritizing efforts around actions that reduce the most risk.

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Show Notes: https://wiki.securityweekly.com/ESWEpisode166

Dec 21, 2019

DevSecOps is all the rage, but what does it really mean? How do you achieve the integration of Security into DevOps? This segment explores the people and process challenges of DevSecOps and where to integrate security seamlessly into the DevOps pipeline.

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Dec 20, 2019

Steve Levinsonis the Vice President - Risk, Security & Privacy at Online Business Systems. Steve’s strong technical and client management skills combined with his holistic approach to risk management resonates with clients and employees alike. To learn more about Online Business Systems, visit: https://securityweekly.com/online

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Dec 20, 2019

In the Enterprise News, we talk about how MITRE updates ATT&CK for the cloud, Ping Identity builds and matures Zero Trust Infrastructures, SaltStack integrates with ServiceNow to deliver Closed-Loop IT and Security Automation, and some acquisition updates from Fortinet, CyberSponse, Guardsquare, Zimperium, and more!

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Dec 19, 2019

Why Crowdsourcing Often Leads to Bad Ideas, Transforming operations for successful cloud adoption, Do You Need Charisma to Be a Great Public Speaker?, 20 Tools for More Productive Email, and Fight the skills gap with a great upskilling and reskilling strategy.

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Dec 18, 2019

Steve Levinsonis the Vice President - Risk, Security & Privacy at Online Business Systems. Steve’s strong technical and client management skills combined with his holistic approach to risk management resonates with clients and employees alike.

To learn more about Online Business Systems, visit: https://securityweekly.com/online

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Dec 18, 2019

Martin Bally is a highly accomplished senior global information security officer with more than 20 years of experience in multiple industries. Currently, he is the Chief Information Security Officer for American Axle & Manufacturing where he is responsible for Information, cyber, and product security.

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Dec 18, 2019

Binary Planting with the npm CLI is another way to describe one of our favorite attacks, GitLab Doles Out Half a Million Bucks to White Hats, Speculation & leakage: Timing side channels & multi-tenant computing from AWS re:invent. A great talk from a the perspective of a threat model where such attacks are a critical part of the threat model, How can we integrate security into the DevOps pipelines? By picking from many of the great resources in this article, Go passwordless to strengthen security and reduce costs -- and design your app to support these types of workflows, including account recovery.

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Show Notes: https://wiki.securityweekly.com/ASWEpisode89

Dec 17, 2019

Dave Ferguson is the Director of Product Management, WAS at Qualys. Dave will discuss the issue of latent vulnerabilities and how they may linger in your custom-coded web applications and APIs, presenting an enticing target for attackers.

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Dec 15, 2019

In the Security News, Reveton ransomware schemer stripped of six years of freedom, £270,000, and Rolex, Web-hosting firm 1&1 hit by almost €10 million GDPR fine over poor security at call centre, iPR Software Exposed Thousands via a Humongous Corporate Data Leak, and how the FBI assesses Russian apps may be counterintelligence threat!

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Dec 14, 2019

Jamie Butler is the Tech Lead at Elastic. The vast majority of breaches are not launched by nation states or foreign militaries, but individuals and cyber crime groups with varying degrees of experience, often looking for weaknesses in enterprise systems or processes. One of the primary reasons these actors are successful is the complex web of technologies deployed across enterprise networks by defenders in the search for a security panacea that does not exist. This discussion will focus on ways an organization can reduce complexity and improve security efficiency and scale. To learn more about Elastic, visit: https://securityweekly.com/elastic

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Show Notes: https://wiki.securityweekly.com/ESWEpisode165

Dec 14, 2019

John Strand is a Security Analyst, Founder of Black Hills Information Security, and CTO of Offensive Countermeasures. John will be talking about Backdoors & Breaches, the Incident Response card game.

To learn more about BHIS, visit: https://securityweekly.com/bhis

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Dec 13, 2019

James Carder is the Chief Security Officer (CSO) and Vice President at LogRhythm. Overview of our security operations maturity model (SOMM), discussion around measurement and road-map to advancing your organization's maturity level. What are mature organizations measuring, who are they reporting that to, what key uses cases are on the roadmap, etc.

To learn more about LogRhythm, visit: https://securityweekly.com/logrhythm

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Show Notes: https://wiki.securityweekly.com/ESWEpisode165

Dec 13, 2019

Jorge Salamero is the Director of Technical Marketing at Sysdig. Jorge enjoys playing with containers and Kubernetes, home automation and DIY projects. Currently, he is part of the Sysdig team, and in the past was a Debian developer. When he is away from computers, you will find him walking with his 2 dogs in the mountains or driving his car through a twisted road.

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Dec 12, 2019

Equifax nears 'historic' data breach settlement that could cost up to $3.5B, Maryland Again Amends its Data Breach Notification Law, Hidden Complexity is Biggest Threat to Compliance , Data Security Remains Top IT Concern for Small Businesses and Others, A Compliance Carol: A visit from the Ghost of Compliance Past, and more!

 

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Show Notes: https://wiki.securityweekly.com/SCWEpisode10

Dec 12, 2019

Barracuda launches Cloud Security Guardian integration with Amazon Detective, Booz Allen Hamilton announces support for AWS Outposts, 10 Notable Cybersecurity Acquisitions of 2019, Part 2, Sophos launches new cloud-based threat intelligence and analysis platform, and much more!

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Dec 11, 2019

Laura Jones is the author of a children’s book titled Cyber Ky & Tekkie Guy Manage the Risk of Being Online. She focuses on children being as 'appropriately informed' as they are comfortable with using technology. Her book introduces real terms, definitions and careers to young people. Laura joins Jeff and Scott to discuss Orienting Younger Children to Cyber and Tech!

 

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Show Notes: https://wiki.securityweekly.com/SCWEpisode10

Dec 11, 2019

In-depth protection is a matter of basic hygiene, 4 strategies to find time for yourself, Enterprises muddled over cloud security responsibilities, and Screw Productivity Hacks: My morning routine is getting up late!

 

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Show Notes: https://wiki.securityweekly.com/BSWEpisode155

Dec 11, 2019

In the Application Security News, GitHub Seeks Security Dominance With Developers, IoT and Agile Framework Partners in Efficacy, WhiteSource acquires & open sources Renovate dependency update tool set, and Java vs. Python: Which should you choose? So stay tuned, for Application Security Weekly!

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Dec 10, 2019

Allan Friedman is the Director of Cybersecurity Initiatives of NTIA (National Telecommunication and Information Administration) US Dept of Commerce. The problem: unknown software supply chain. Following a newly identified software risk, very few firms can answer the simple question: Am I affected? An overview of the solution: what is an SBOM, and how is it used. Where we are: some background on why the govt is doing this, the results thus far, and where we are going next. Potential to discuss regulation, govt policy, etc.

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Show Notes: https://wiki.securityweekly.com/ASWEpisode88

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