The editors of Decipher talk with a rotating cast of security practitioners, researchers, and executives about a variety of topics in the security and privacy fields.
Casey Ellis joins Lindsey O'Donnell-Welch to discuss the evolution, adoption and standardization of vulnerability disclosure programs - both in the U.S. and across the globe.
Source Code 11/19
Welcome to Source Code: Decipher’s behind the scenes look at the weekly news with input from our sources. Topping the headlines this week, the Emotet malware has returned almost a year after law enforcement disrupted its infrastructure. In other news, CISA warned that Iranian threat actors are exploiting known vulnerabilities in Fortinet security appliances and the ProxyShell flaw in Microsoft Exchange servers. Finally, the DHS launched a new talent management system that aims to improve the government's efforts in recruiting top cyber talent.
Nick Selby joins Dennis Fisher to talk about his long and varied career in security, the challenges that law enforcement faces in investigating cybercrime, and what the future may hold for enterprise security teams.
Source Code 11/12
Welcome to Source Code: Decipher’s behind the scenes look at the weekly news with input from our sources. Topping the headlines this week, Microsoft's Patch Tuesday updates addressed 55 vulnerabilities, including two actively exploited flaws. Siemens also patched a set of 13 vulnerabilities in the TCP/IP network communication stack, which impacts safety-critical devices, such as anesthesia machines and patient monitors used in hospitals. Finally, a newly uncovered hacker-for-hire group for years offered a slew of services, from hacking into corporate email inboxes or social media accounts, to selling victims' sensitive data.
Amanda Gorton, CEO and cofounder of Corellium, joins Dennis Fisher to discuss her path from studying classics to found two security startups, the challenges of building a unique platform, and the opportunity to help address IoT security.
Source Code 11/5
Welcome to Source Code: Decipher’s new behind the scenes look at the weekly news with input from our sources. Topping the headlines this week are two key cybersecurity-related moves by the U.S. government. These include the government blocking exports to NSO Group, Positive Technologies and other companies, and creating a catalog of known, actively exploited vulnerabilities that federal agencies must address. In other news, researchers have uncovered a threat group targeting vulnerable Microsoft Exchange servers with ransomware. A new report also shed light on various network access brokers selling credentials that they claimed belonged to logistics companies.
Like it but HORRIBLE audio issues
Particularly in ep12 there are multiple examples where there are people talking over one another and then periods of silence. There’s some very annoying background noise like someone has a TV or Radio on while recording.
Dudes. Clean it up... 🙃