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 relevant events in the information security community, filtered through a no-nonsense business first approach, this is a podcast that helps you get the sane perspective on hacks, risks, threats and technology that you need to help make decisions in your daily life and in your organization.
DtSR Episode 465 - TPA Nic-NAC-Security-is-Whack
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.
Jennifer ("JJX") Minella LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jenniferminella/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jjx
DtSR Episode 464 - TPA An Empowering Discussion on the Grid
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?
Patrick C. Miller LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/millerpatrickc/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/PatrickCMiller/ Ampere Security: https://amperesec.com
DtSR Episode 463 - TPA Human Security Engineering
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
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.
Aki Peritz LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/aki-peritz-483a994/
DtSR Episode 461 - TPA Peacocking Without PCAPS
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.
Robert Graham Twitter - https://twitter.com/erratarob
DtSR Episode 460 - TPA About CIAM and Other Auth
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".
John Pritchard LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jpritchard/ Bharat Bhat LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bharatbhat/
DTSR - Don’t Listen to the Podcast!!
If you want to remain an ignoramus don’t listen to the podcast.
As a relative N00b to the world of applied information security I needed to get up to speed fast. I had started a Masters degree in InfoSec. But the topic, as I quickly discovered, is both far reaching and fast moving. Although I was reading papers and learning as much as I could I was missing the real world application.
The DTSR podcast gave me the insight into conversations above the level of my current role and rounds out my learning.I find the perspectives, content and ideas relevant and informative to my day to day work.
Well worth listening to. Thank you!