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Brought to you by Maltego, The Pivot deep dives into topics pivoting from information security to the criminal underground. Each episode features an interview with experts from the industry and research fields and explores how they connect the dots.

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Brought to you by Maltego, The Pivot deep dives into topics pivoting from information security to the criminal underground. Each episode features an interview with experts from the industry and research fields and explores how they connect the dots.

    Teresa Walsh from FS-ISAC: Mapping Threat Intelligence Landscape Worldwide

    Teresa Walsh from FS-ISAC: Mapping Threat Intelligence Landscape Worldwide

    Teresa Walsh leads the FS-ISAC’s Global Intelligence Office (GIO) to protect the financial sector against cyber threats by delivering actionable strategic, operational, and tactical intelligence products. Based in the United Kingdom, she oversees FS-ISAC’s global member sharing operations and a team of regional intelligence officers and analysts who monitor emerging threats.Teresa began her career as a civilian intelligence analyst with the US Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) and holds a master’s in political science with a focus on international relations from the University of Missouri-Columbia.

    In this interview, Teresa shares with us her work as a GIO and provides insights into the differences between traditional intelligence and cyber intelligence as well as which industry adjusts swiftly in alleviating risks than others. Last but not the least, she also offers her advice to those who would like to become an intelligence practitioner.



    0:00 Welcome!

    01:45 Tell us a bit about yourself!

    02:54 What is it like to wake up with information coming from worldwide?

    05:18 What is it like to work in the intelligence industry?

    07:52 What is the biggest challenge for getting the traditional SOC team to think differently about the intelligence and use it versus jamming millions of IPs into a tip?

    14:47 How much intelligence are derived/propagated from OSINT?

    18:41 Are there any industries evolving faster in mitigating risks than the others?

    20:51 Do you use any specific tools to gather intel?

    23:03 Where to start in the intelligence industry?

    31:40 Tell us about an unforgettable investigaion!

    37:31 How's the house renovation going?

    45:49 Tell us 3 most important advice for intelligence partitioner wannabes!



    ■ About The Pivot

    Brought to you by Maltego, The Pivot deep dives into topics pivoting from information security to the the criminal underground. Each episode features interviews with experts from the industry and research fields and explores how they connect the dots.

    ■ About Maltego

    Used by investigators worldwide, Maltego is an graphical link analysis tool that allows users to mine, merge, and map data from OSINT and third-party data integrations for all sorts of investigations—cybersecurity, person of interest, fraud, and more.

    The podcast streams free on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and Google Podcasts. You can also watch it all go down on YouTube. Don't forget to subscribe to our Twitter and LinkedIn to stay on top of our latest updates, tutorials, webinars, and deep dives. For more information about Maltego, visit our website.

    • 49 min
    Gisela Perez de Acha: Data Privacy Lawyer Ascended Investigative Reporter

    Gisela Perez de Acha: Data Privacy Lawyer Ascended Investigative Reporter

    Gisela is a a human rights lawyer, an open source researcher at Berkeley Law’s Human Rights Center Investigations Lab, and a trainer at Amnesty International’s Digital Verification Corps, a global network of volunteers who fact-checks social media posts about war crimes and human rights violations. She reports on extremism and other topics for the Investigative Reporting Program with a focus on digital forensics and network analysis. She is also cybersecurity expert and a digital safety trainer with PEN America.

    In this interview, Gisela talks about the knowledge she gained from several  OSINT investigations, which later led to her multi-career journey in journalism, investigative reporting, and OSINT investigations. By sharing her experiences as an OSINTer, she answers questions on how to deal with mental distress when faced with threats and the top 3 must-have tools for her investigations.

    0:00 Welcome!

    1:10 Tell us a bit about yourself!

    4:25 What gets you into intelligence and investigations?

    9:08 How do you balance and keep going with multiple careers?

    15:31 Tell us the craziest experience you have!

    20:12 Has your perosnal safety been threatened when investigating?

    25:00 How do you deal with mental distress?

    31:39 What was it like winning a team Polk Award with «American Insurrection»?

    34:52 What are the top 3 tools you cannot live without?

    40:06 What advice would you give to inspire the listeners?

    ■ About The Pivot

    Brought to you by Maltego, The Pivot deep dives into topics pivoting from information security to the criminal underground. Each episode features interviews with experts from the industry and research fields and explores how they connect the dots.

    ■ About Maltego

    Used by investigators worldwide, Maltego is a graphical link analysis tool that allows users to mine, merge, and map data from OSINT and third-party data integrations for all sorts of investigations—cybersecurity, person of interest, fraud, and more.

    The podcast streams free on Spotify. You can also watch it all go down on YouTube. Don't forget to subscribe to our Twitter and LinkedIn to stay on top of our latest updates, tutorials, webinars, and deep dives. For more information about Maltego, visit our website.

    • 46 min
    Léa Ronzaud from Graphika: Internet Mapping & State Operations Recognition

    Léa Ronzaud from Graphika: Internet Mapping & State Operations Recognition

    Léa is an investigator at Graphika, specializing in online investigations, state influence operations, and European extremist groups. She was a known part of the team that exposed Secondary Infection as well as the recent competing Russian and French influence operations in the Central African Republic. Léa holds a dual Master's degree in Geopolitics of the post-Soviet space from the French Institute of Geopolitics and the Russian State University for the Humanities.

    In this episode, Léa elaborates on the projects she has done with Graphika, including how she conducts internet mapping and recognizes state operations. She also shares with us the ethics in OSINT investigations with her own redline as an example and digs into the ongoing war in Ukraine and the upcoming French presidential election.

    0:00 Welcome!

    0:28 Tell us a bit about yourself!

    3:58 Does decivilizing or attacking a country have multiple layers?

    4:41 Tell us about the internet mapping at Graphika!

    15:49 How do you analyse the slide between bots and real people?

    17:14 How do you recognize state operation?

    28:18 The ethics in OSINT

    38:03 How has your job influenced your vision of and relationship with Russia?

    40:28 What's your take on the war in Ukraine, disinformation-wise?

    45:41 Why did the people focusing on COVID earlier shift quickly to pivot the war?

    50:11 Anything to share about the approaching French presidential election?

    56:39 Any fears that foreign agents or vicious people will dominate online communities?

    1:01:00 Any shoutout you wanted to give?

    ■ About The Pivot

    Brought to you by Maltego, The Pivot deep dives into topics pivoting from information security to the criminal underground. Each episode features interviews with experts from the industry and research fields and explores how they connect the dots.

    ■ About Maltego

    Used by investigators worldwide, Maltego is a graphical link analysis tool that allows users to mine, merge, and map data from OSINT and third-party data integrations for all sorts of investigations—cybersecurity, person of interest, fraud, and more.

    The podcast streams free on Spotify. You can also watch it all go down on YouTube. Don't forget to subscribe to our Twitter and LinkedIn to stay on top of our latest updates, tutorials, webinars, and deep dives. For more information about Maltego, visit our website.

    • 1 tim. 1 min.
    Vicente Diaz from VirusTotal: Exploring the World of Threat Hunting

    Vicente Diaz from VirusTotal: Exploring the World of Threat Hunting

    Vicente Diaz is a specialist in Threat Intelligence and Threat Hunting. He works in the VirusTotal team in Google as Threat Intelligence Strategist and holds a degree in Computer Science and an MSc in Artificial Intelligence.

    On the latest The Pivot episode, Vicente shares his threat hunting journey and what threat intelligence means to him. By introducing us to his work in VirusTotal and his role within the company, Vicente shares some of his most interesting and relevant investigations, the toolkits he uses the most, and how anyone can get started with threat hunting. Vicente also gives some tips and tricks into how anyone, people and corporates, can protect themselves from the current crises surrounding privacy and threat intelligence.

    0:00 Welcome!

    0:47 Tell us a bit about yourself!

    3:17 Where and how did you start getting into threat intelligence investigations?

    6:11 What does threat intellignece mean to you and what are you working on right now? 

    11:15 What is VirusTortal and what is your role within the company?

    14:24 Can you share an interesting investigation done with VirusTotal?

    20:03 Are there any interesting, yet dark, threat actor groups involved while conducting an investigation?

    27:37 Have you been targeted in your activities?

    31:05 How often do these investigations create targeting problems?

    34:55 What are the toolkits that you use frequently?

    38:10 Do you have any passion projects outside the threat intelligence sphere?

    41:31 How to get strarted in threat hunting?

    46:07 Tell us the top 3 tools/methods people can use to protect themselves!

    50:55 Any other interesting stories you would like to share?

    ■ About The Pivot

    Brought to you by Maltego, The Pivot deep dives into topics pivoting from information security to the criminal underground. Each episode features interviews with experts from the industry and research fields and explores how they connect the dots.

    ■ About Maltego

    Used by investigators worldwide, Maltego is a graphical link analysis tool that allows users to mine, merge, and map data from OSINT and third-party data integrations for all sorts of investigations—cybersecurity, person of interest, fraud, and more.

    The podcast streams free on Spotify. You can also watch it all go down on YouTube. Don't forget to subscribe to our Twitter and LinkedIn to stay on top of our latest updates, tutorials, webinars, and deep dives. For more information about Maltego, visit our website.

    • 52 min
    Rae Baker: Graphic Designer Turned Senior OSINT Analyst & Educator

    Rae Baker: Graphic Designer Turned Senior OSINT Analyst & Educator

    After spending more than 15 years as a graphic designer, Rae Baker decided that it was time for a career change. Now, she is passionate about corporate reconnaissance as well as scam/fraud tracking and currently works as a Senior Open Source Intelligence Analyst for a large consulting firm.

    As an OSINT Curious Advisory Board member, Rae also works closely with other OSINT practitioners in the field to educate and inspire those within the OSINT community. Additionally, she is the Open Source Intelligence team lead with Operation Safe Escape, which is a 501(c)(3) non-profit comprising of security professionals tasked with keeping domestic violence victims hidden from their abusers, a volunteer with Innocent Lives Foundation, as well as a Trace Labs Black Badge winner.

    In this interview, we will dive into her experiences as someone starting in OSINT from scratch and becoming a well-known OSINT blogger, researcher, and advocate and her tips and recommendations for those who are on the same path.

    0:00 Welcome!

    1:33 Tell us about yourself!

    3:33 How did you get into OSINT and what kept you in the field?

    6:05 How do you pick your research topics?

    7:20 Tell us about your blog "Wondersmith Rae"!

    8:16 Would you tell us a bit about a recent investigation you dived into?

    10:38 How did you get into martitime OSINT?

    13:17 What kind of tools do you use for maritime investigations?

    14:37 What are good OSINT resources you recommend?

    16:32 Any tips or suggestions about writing blogs?

    18:31 What are the 3 most important things you would share with OSINT practitioners?

    23:55 Any suggestions for OSINT beginners?

    25:40 Do you feel struggled finding free tools available for your investigations?

    ■ About The Pivot

    Brought to you by Maltego, The Pivot deep dives into topics pivoting from information security to the criminal underground. Each episode features interviews with experts from the industry and research fields and explores how they connect the dots.

    ■ About Maltego

    Used by investigators worldwide, Maltego is a graphical link analysis tool that allows users to mine, merge, and map data from OSINT and third-party data integrations for all sorts of investigations—cybersecurity, person of interest, fraud, and more.

    The podcast streams free on Spotify. You can also watch it all go down on YouTube. Don't forget to subscribe to our Twitter and LinkedIn to stay on top of our latest updates, tutorials, webinars, and deep dives. For more information about Maltego, visit our website.

    • 28 min
    Katie Paxton-Fear: The Bug Bounty Hunter & YouTube Creator

    Katie Paxton-Fear: The Bug Bounty Hunter & YouTube Creator

    Dr. Katie Paxton-Fear is a Cybersecurity Lecturer at Manchester Metropolitan University and Technical Community Manager at Bugcrowd, but she’s probably most well known for her hobby: In her free time, she’s a hacker and a YouTube educator.

    Since 2019, she has found more than 30 vulnerabilities in real software in production, when she first got into hacking “accidentally.” She got her start in security thanks to a mentorship at a HackerOne live hacking event in 2019 where she found her first two bugs in Uber, despite it being her first-time hacking. After being invited as a mentee again in Vegas during DEFCON, she realized the privilege she had and once she got home, she started making videos teaching others how to get into hacking.

    Since then, she has made more than 50 educational videos on a range of topics, explaining beginner vulnerabilities, tools, APIs, note-taking, and mobile hacking. She is interested in the intersection of data and web application vulnerabilities and developing understanding from noise.

    In this interview, we will dive into:


    Katie's journey and experience of being a bug bounty hunter
    How OSINT plays a role in Kaite's projects
    Katie's aspiration of teaching and creating educational content
    Three of the most important things that helped Katie become who she is

    0:00 Welcome!

    2:03 Tell us about yourself!

    4:33 How did you feel when you found your first bug bounty?

    8:02 Is OSINT revelant to your work?

    10:54 How should a person choose their targets?

    13:46 How do you establish and maintain your motivation?

    18:24 Could you tell us a bit about your recent projects?

    21:31 What motivated you to start creating and sharing content on YouTube?

    30:07 What learning resources would you recommend for anyone interested in OSINT or bug bounty?

    36:19 What are your plans for the future?

    39:44 What are the 3 most important things that helped you along the way and that you would share with fellow practitioners?

    ■ About The Pivot

    Brought to you by Maltego, The Pivot deep dives into topics pivoting from information security to the criminal underground. Each episode features interviews with experts from the industry and research fields and explores how they connect the dots.

    ■ About Maltego

    Used by investigators worldwide, Maltego is a graphical link analysis tool that allows users to mine, merge, and map data from OSINT and third-party data integrations for all sorts of investigations—cybersecurity, person of interest, fraud, and more.

    The podcast streams free on Spotify. You can also watch it all go down on YouTube. Don't forget to subscribe to our Twitter and LinkedIn to stay on top of our latest updates, tutorials, webinars, and deep dives. For more information about Maltego, visit our website.

    • 44 min

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