A fun and informative cybersecurity audio glossary from the CyberWire.
OWASP cryptographic failures (noun)
Code that fails to protect sensitive information.
account takeover prevention (noun)
The prevention of the first part of an intrusion kill chain model exploitation technique, where the hacker steals valid logging credentials from a targeted victim.
threat hunting (noun)
The process of proactively searching through networks to detect and isolate security threats, rather than relying on security solutions or services to detect those threats.
vulnerability management (noun)
The continuous practice of identifying classifying, prioritizing, remediating, and mitigating software vulnerabilities within this.
software bill of materials (SBOM) (noun)
A formal record containing the details and supply chain relationships of various components used in building software.
zero trust (noun)
A security philosophy that assumes adversaries have already penetrated the digital environment and tries to reduce the potential impact by limiting access by people, devices, and software to only the resources essential to perform their function and nothing more.
Keeping an old man up to date.
Great little info chunks that keep me from feeling like Steve Buscemi's, "Hello, fellow kids!"
Rick is great. Good show.
Who you calling a nerd? I love the “nerd reference” section! HA! Really like to have a straight forward context for some words or phrases I pretend to understand but don’t really... should be required listening for all in infosec.
What did that mean? Now I know.
Aha! At last a quick and easy way to learn what that language means without having to ask my colleagues a dumb question or trusting a Web search. The added bonus of pop culture references really helps make it all