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    • 4.4 • 188 Ratings

For the latest in computer security news, hacking, and research! We sit around, drink beer, and talk security. Our show will feature technical segments that show you how to use the latest tools and techniques. Special guests appear on the show to enlighten us and change your perspective on information security.

    Everything's All Blurry - PSW #711

    Everything's All Blurry - PSW #711

    This week, we kick off the show with an interview featuring Mike Cohen, from Rapid 7, and Wes Lambert from Security Onion Solutions, for a segment all about Velociraptor & Digging Deeper! Then, we attempt to confirm or deny that Nzyme performs “intelligent device fingerprinting and behavioral analytics to detect rogue actors”!! In the Security News: What to do with your old hardware, renting your phone, "persistently execute system software in the context of Windows", sensational headline: ransomware could cause a food shortage, could someone please schedule the year of the Linux desktop?, public-key crypto explained?, malware attacks Windows through Linux, Microsoft Exchange Auotdiscovery bug leaks 100k creds, and toilets that can identify you, er, from the bottom... & more!
     
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    • 3 hr 19 min
    NanoMQ 0-Day, iOS Patches, GeoFencing, & FamousSparrow APT- Wrap Up - SWN #152

    NanoMQ 0-Day, iOS Patches, GeoFencing, & FamousSparrow APT- Wrap Up - SWN #152

    This week in the Security News: Dr. Doug's Favorite Threat of the Week, Apple, Apple, and Apple, NanoMQ, geofencing, FamousSparrow, VMWare, the Foundation Trilogy, as well as all the show Wrap-Ups for this week!
     
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    • 30 min
    Break All Your Stuff - ESW #243

    Break All Your Stuff - ESW #243

    This week, we welcome Joe Gillespie, Director at Probely, and Nuno Loureiro, CEO at Probely, to talk about Scaling Application Security! In the next segment, we welcome Chris Cochran, Founder and Producer at Hacker Valley Media, to talk about Threat Intelligence & Threat Hunting! In the Enterprise News, Funders Fund Values Identity Startup Persona at $1.5 billion, Neosec Emerges from Stealth With $20.7 million in funding, F5 acquires threat stack, ForgeRock IPOs tomorrow, GitLab announces their IPO, You can now ditch your Microsoft password, Vendor Security 2.0, & more!
     
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    • 1 hr 40 min
    Blinky Lights - SCW #87

    Blinky Lights - SCW #87

    This week, we welcome Johanna Baum, CEO, Founder at Strategic Security Solutions, to talk about Activism v. Hacktivism! "Hacktivism" is a controversial term with several meanings. The word was coined to characterize electronic direct action as working toward social change by combining programming skills with critical thinking. But just as hack can sometimes mean cyber crime, hacktivism can be used to mean activism that is malicious, destructive, and undermining the security of the Internet as a technical, economic, and political platform.
     
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    • 1 hr 15 min
    Turning the Battleship - BSW #232

    Turning the Battleship - BSW #232

    This week, we welcome Tom Roeh, Director of Systems Engineering at ExtraHop, to discuss Accelerating 0-Trust Adoption W/ End2End Visibility & Increased Collaboration! In this episode, we discuss important considerations for planning, implementing, operating, and securing a Zero Trust deployment––more rapidly and with lower risk. This includes the vital role end-to-end visibility and frictionless collaboration between IT ops teams play across Zero Trust rollout phases. In the Leadership and Communications section: Boards rethink incident response playbook as ransomware surges, How CISOs and CIOs should share cybersecurity ownership, How CISOs are Building a Modern Cybersecurity Partnership, & more!
     
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    • 57 min
    Healthcare Policy, Amazon AI, Google OSTIF, OMIGOD Vuln, iOS 15, & Time Crystals - SWN #151

    Healthcare Policy, Amazon AI, Google OSTIF, OMIGOD Vuln, iOS 15, & Time Crystals - SWN #151

    This Week in the Security News: Cosa Nostra, Amazon AI, Healthcare Apps, OSTIF, OMIGOD, IOS 15, Thailand, and Time Crystals! All this and the triumphant return of Jason Wood for Expert Commentary!
     
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    • 30 min

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
188 Ratings

188 Ratings

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Great Podcast With an Entertaining Crew

These guys are great to listen to! Not only are they knowledgable, but they are just fun to listen to as a group. Sometimes as you expect with personalities in this field/industry, sometimes the things they say are cringeworthy but hilarious at the same time. When I first found the podcast, about a year ago, I went on a binge listening streak like it was a Friday Netflix Original night! It has become a weekly ritual to listen to the podcast on the way to work. The information I have learned, in regards to a wide arrange of issues such as, attack surfaces, malware, web security, privacy issues, encryption, networking, etc.., has made me stronger at my every day role in the industry.

Cheers to another 10 years Gentlmen!

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Big head Kaplan

Ridiculous takes and false bravado from Kap hurts show....if dude kept it less about him and more about Cubs, show would improve. Gordon has Cubs colored glasses and can’t see reality. Oh well

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Bad start

Tag line for the show “packets aren’t the only thing being sniffed” is so unprofessional and inappropriate that I never make it past that part to actually listen to the content.

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