50 episodes

A periodic audio podcast discussing current events and trends in Cyber Security.

Advanced Persistent Security Advanced Persistent Security and Joe Gray

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    • 4.4 • 10 Ratings

A periodic audio podcast discussing current events and trends in Cyber Security.

    Killing the Pen Test & BSides Knoxville (with Adrian Sanabria)

    Killing the Pen Test & BSides Knoxville (with Adrian Sanabria)

    Killing the Pen Test & BSides Knoxville (with Adrian Sanabria) Advanced Persistent Security Podcast Episode 44 Guests: Adrian Sanabria April 26, 2018 If you enjoy this podcast, be sure to give ...
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    • 59 min
    Ransomware (with Allan Liska & Tim Gallo)

    Ransomware (with Allan Liska & Tim Gallo)

    Ransomware (with Allan Liska & Tim Gallo) Advanced Persistent Security Podcast Episode 43 Guests: Allan Liska and Tim Gallo April 19, 2018 If you enjoy this podcast, be sure to give ...
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    • 1 hr 30 min
    Infosec Thoughts (with Jayson E. Street & Tracy Maleeff)

    Infosec Thoughts (with Jayson E. Street & Tracy Maleeff)

    Infosec Thoughts (with Jayson E. Street & Tracy Maleeff) Advanced Persistent Security Podcast Episode 42 Guests: Jayson E. Street and Tracy “Infosec Sherpa” Maleeff April 12, 2018 If you enjoy this ...
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    • 55 min
    Security of Mainframes (with Cheryl Biswas & Tracy Maleeff)

    Security of Mainframes (with Cheryl Biswas & Tracy Maleeff)

    Security of Mainframes (with Cheryl Biswas & Tracy Maleeff) Advanced Persistent Security Podcast Episode 41 Guests: Cheryl Biswas and Tracy “Infosec Sherpa” Maleeff April 5, 2018 If you enjoy this podcast, ...
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    • 1 hr
    OSINT TECHNIQUES (WITH MICHAEL BAZZELL)

    OSINT TECHNIQUES (WITH MICHAEL BAZZELL)

    OSINT Techniques (with Michael Bazzell) Advanced Persistent Security Podcast Episode 40 Guest:Michael Bazzell March 30, 2018 If you enjoy this podcast, be sure to give us a 5 Star Review and ...
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    • 1 hr 5 min
    2017 Holiday Podcaster’s Podcast (NSF Kids/Work)

    2017 Holiday Podcaster’s Podcast (NSF Kids/Work)

    2017 Holiday Podcaster’s Podcast (NSF Kids/Work) ADVANCED PERSISTENT SECURITY   December 22, 2017 If you enjoy this podcast, be sure to give us a 5 Star Review and “Love Us” on ...
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    • 1 hr 22 min

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
10 Ratings

10 Ratings

Amish_G ,

Great Podcast!

Fun and informative podcast that I can’t get enough of. Can’t wait to hear more.

EDinATL ,

Great new infosec podcast

Very informative and substantive discussions. The banter is kept to a minimum and the quality of the content is great for anyone with an interest in information security. There are a few sales pitches sprinkled around, but there is nothing annoying or excessive about their approach. I highly recommend checking out this podcast.

Disappointeduser323 ,

Rescued by guest talent

Host does a passable job of letting guests speak and is better served by it. Otherwise, interactions feel forced, disjointed, and awkward. Going to give it one more chance before dumping for a more polished show. [added] I recommend shortening the podcast, so there isn't as much wasted space to fill with overused infosec trope--yes, we know developers have a bias for speed-to-market vs security and DEVSECOPS is great, but why? What makes for compelling listening is relatable, experience-based anecdotes, not overly-declarative generalizations that are left hanging without personal experiences to provide as evidence for opinion. What specifically got you to a place where you're shouting off your podcast perch that purple teaming is the best thing since sliced bread? Be more specific instead of regurgitating tires trope. I left the Security Weekly series because they prioritized ranting over engaging discussion, which felt like an listening to an inside joke from the outside. Yes, I understand what you're saying, but tell me why you're saying it.

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