Recorded Future - Inside Threat Intelligence For Cyber Security

Sinopse

Recorded Future takes you inside the world of cyber threat intelligence. Were sharing stories from the trenches and the operations floor as well as giving you the skinny on established and emerging adversaries. We also talk current events, technical tradecraft, and offer up insights on the big picture issues in our industry. Join the Recorded Future team, special guests, and our partners from the CyberWire to learn everything you want to know (and maybe some things youd rather not know) about the world of cyber threat intelligence.

Episódios

  • 181 Too Sleepy to be Secure?

    181 Too Sleepy to be Secure?

    26/10/2020 Duração: 25min

    How many of us can say that we get enough sleep, consistently? And not just the number of hours asleep, but the quality of sleep as well? In this busy world with work, family and community obligations, good sleep often takes a backseat, and we find ourselves drinking that extra cup of coffee to get us going in the morning. Not to mention there’s a global pandemic, which makes everything a little harder. Our guest this week is Lincoln Kaffenberger. He’s the threat intelligence service lead at Deloitte Global, and he has been conducting survey research into the role sleep plays in keeping our organizations safe. Our conversation reviews the data he’s gathered, the conclusions he’s developed, and his recommendations for organizations who want to make sure they’re encouraging a culture where team members are coming to work rested and ready to give their best.

  • 180 The FBI Builds Enduring Partnerships in Cyber

    180 The FBI Builds Enduring Partnerships in Cyber

    19/10/2020 Duração: 21min

    The US Federal Bureau of Investigation, the FBI, has taken an increasingly prominent role in the day to day cyber defense of organizations and institutions here in the U.S., and globally as well. Through the establishment of the IC3, the Internet Crime Complaint Center, the FBI provides an invaluable public resource for prevention, response, and mitigation of cyber threats to businesses and public organizations of all sizes. Joining us this week is FBI cyber division section chief Herb Stapleton. He shares his journey toward a mission-based career in public service, as well as his insights on the FBI’s ongoing efforts to form lasting partnerships with the people they serve.

  • 179 The Fascinating Paradox of Cryptocurrency

    179 The Fascinating Paradox of Cryptocurrency

    12/10/2020 Duração: 24min

    Our guest this week is Kim Grauer, head of research at Chainalysis, a blockchain intelligence platform provider. She shares the story of her rather whimsical initial interest in blockchain technology, and how it quickly shifted to a serious academic and professional pursuit. We’ll hear her views on cryptocurrency and the impact it’s having on monetary policy around the world, it’s use by criminals, and how initial enthusiasm from investors for anything and everything blockchain related led to a credibility gap that serious researchers are still working to overcome.

  • 178 Examining Russian Threats to the 2020 Election

    178 Examining Russian Threats to the 2020 Election

    05/10/2020 Duração: 24min

    We are joined this week by Roman Sannikov, director of cybercrime and underground intelligence at Recorded Future.  The focus of our conversation is a report recently published by Recorded Future’s Insikt research team, titled Russian-Related Threats to the 2020 US Presidential Election. In reviewing the report’s findings, we’ll explore the methods Russian actors have employed in their effort to disrupt and influence the 2020 U.S. presidential election, the context within which these efforts are best considered, and how as individuals, organizations and nation wide we can best counter these efforts to help ensure a safe, smooth election process.

  • 177 Delivering Maximum Impact in the Public Sector

    177 Delivering Maximum Impact in the Public Sector

    28/09/2020 Duração: 23min

    Our guest is Michael Anderson, chief information security officer for Dallas County — the eighth largest county in the United States. He oversees the IT security program for over 6,800 county employees and the electronic records for over 2.6 million residents.  Michael shares his career journey, including 10 years served in the Army in the Intelligence Corp, and over 20 years of strategic and tactical expertise across a wide-range of IT disciplines. We’ll find out how he and his team use modern tools to make the most of limited resources, the type of leadership style he uses to inspire and motivate his coworkers, and how he approaches hiring in a highly competitive jobs market.

  • 176 Curating Your Personal Security Intelligence Feed

    176 Curating Your Personal Security Intelligence Feed

    21/09/2020 Duração: 24min

    Our guest is Sal Aurigema, associate professor of computer information systems at the University of Tulsa. He shares his experience in nuclear engineering and serving aboard submarines in the U.S. Navy, his shift to the intelligence community, and his pivot to teaching in higher education.  We’ll learn about Sal’s approach to inspiring his students and why he emphasizes the importance of curating their own personal security intelligence feed. He also explains why he believes there’s a place in cybersecurity for people from all walks of life, and not just those with an interest in computer science and technology.

  • 175 Passion, Curiosity, and a Dash of Mischief

    175 Passion, Curiosity, and a Dash of Mischief

    14/09/2020 Duração: 23min

    Kevin Magee is Chief Security Officer for Microsoft Canada. He joins us with his story of early entrepreneurship, persistent curiosity, and a lifelong passion for learning.  He shares the career path that earned him his leadership position with Microsoft, as well as insights on his management style and recruiting methods. We’ll get his take on threat intelligence, and thoughts on where he thinks the cybersecurity industry may be headed.

  • 174 The Highest Security Intelligence in the Shortest Time

    174 The Highest Security Intelligence in the Shortest Time

    07/09/2020 Duração: 21min

    Craig Adams is the chief product and engineering officer at Recorded Future. He joins us with insights from his decades of experience in the industry, including valuable lessons learned while developing security and business strategies at Akamai. He shares his thoughts on organizations choosing the best mix of security services to meet their needs, the importance of modularity and extensibility, and how to best optimize their investments through security intelligence.

  • 173 The Diversity of Security Challenges in Higher Education

    173 The Diversity of Security Challenges in Higher Education

    31/08/2020 Duração: 23min

    Security professionals at institutions of higher education face a broad spectrum of challenges, from protecting the internal networks of their organizations, to securing intellectual property of research groups, to protecting the personal information of thousands of students and staff every year. Our guest is Bob Turner, chief information security officer and director of the office of cybersecurity at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. He shares insights from his experience leading a team of professionals and students who are tasked with protecting a wide variety of information and systems.

  • 172 Launching the Cyber Intelligence News Site The Record by Recorded Future

    172 Launching the Cyber Intelligence News Site The Record by Recorded Future

    24/08/2020 Duração: 14min

    Recorded Future recently announced the launch of a new cyber intelligence news site called The Record by Recorded Future. The publication aims to fill the gap between fast-breaking headlines and long-lead research with expertly sourced reporting and analysis.  Our guest this week is the Editorial Director of The Record by Recorded Future, Adam Janofsky. He shares his background in cybersecurity, privacy, and technology journalism, including prestigious publications like The Wall Street Journal. He shares his aspirations for where he and his colleagues plan to take The Record by Recorded Future, as well as his insights on the state of cybersecurity journalism.

  • 171 The Transformation of Managed Security Services

    171 The Transformation of Managed Security Services

    17/08/2020 Duração: 18min

    Our guest today is Jim Aull. He’s a solutions architect specializing in security at Verizon.  We’ll hear about Jim’s career path, and then we’ll learn about his role in guiding customers through the technical and organization challenges of selecting and configuring managed security services. He shares insights of common misperceptions he finds companies may have when starting out on their security journey, his suggestions for managing the broad array of available services on offer, as well as the changes he’s been tracking in the industry over the years.

  • 170 Defending MacOS Against Sophisticated Attacks

    170 Defending MacOS Against Sophisticated Attacks

    10/08/2020 Duração: 22min

    Our guest today is Phil Stokes. He’s a security researcher at SentinelOne, where he specializes in the analysis of attacks against MacOS.  In our conversation, Phil shares his professional journey, how he came to focus on the Mac platform, as well as insights on the state of security on Apple’s desktop operating system. He tracks the growing sophistication of those seeking to attack MacOS, and provides tips for security professionals looking to bolster their defenses.

  • 169 Making Security Real in the Context of Business

    169 Making Security Real in the Context of Business

    03/08/2020 Duração: 24min

    Our guest today is Shamla Naidoo, a managing partner at IBM Security. With a career spanning over three decades, including 20 years as a CISO, Shamla has excelled in a variety of positions, from engineer to executive.  Shamla joins us with perspectives on why security teams need to effectively communicate with their organization’s board of directors, the best ways to make security indispensable to a business, and why those communication skills are critical to the success and security of an organization. We’ll learn about the unique way she goes about building her teams, and why she believes there are opportunities in cybersecurity for just about everyone.

  • 168 Ransomware Negotiations and Original Hacker Culture

    168 Ransomware Negotiations and Original Hacker Culture

    27/07/2020 Duração: 19min

    Our guest today is Sherri Davidoff. She’s the founder and CEO of LMG Security, a cybersecurity and digital forensics firm with clients across the globe. She shares the story of her professional journey, including her time deep in the hacker culture at MIT, where she adopted the hacker nickname Alien.  She also discusses her insights on the evolution of ransomware, and how she and her team help negotiate with the ransomers on behalf of her clients. We’ll learn more about her leadership style, the importance of team building, and what she looks for when hiring.

  • 167 The Emerging Role of SASE and the Cloud

    167 The Emerging Role of SASE and the Cloud

    20/07/2020 Duração: 21min

    As many organizations accelerate their move to the cloud — thanks in no small part to the global pandemic and the shift to working from home — the adoption of SASE protocols is proving attractive. SASE stands for Secure Access Service Edge, but as with most of these technologies, there’s more to it than that. Joining us this week to help our understanding of SASE is John Peterson, chief product officer at Ericom Software. We discuss the motivations for the industry’s move toward SASE, the potential pros and cons, as well as what kinds of businesses it is best suited for. In addition, John shares his views on leadership and what he looks for when hiring members of his team.

  • Inside The Adversary Exploit Process

    Inside The Adversary Exploit Process

    13/07/2020 Duração: 18min

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  • 165 Empowering Cyber Startups in the UK

    165 Empowering Cyber Startups in the UK

    06/07/2020 Duração: 20min

    London has, for centuries, enjoyed its status as one of the cornerstones of the global economy. So it makes sense that it would also be a beacon of innovation and investment in cybersecurity. Our guest today is Jonathan Luff. He’s the co-founder of Epsilon Advisory Partners and CyLon, an incubator for early-stage cybersecurity companies based in the United Kingdom. He discusses his story of his early career in public service, sharing his talents and expertise around the world, his transition from public servant to entrepreneur, and why he believes the U.K. is well positioned for leadership in the growing global cybersecurity industry.

  • 164 A Grab Bag of Pulse Reports

    164 A Grab Bag of Pulse Reports

    22/06/2020 Duração: 17min

    Recorded Future’s Allan Liska is our guest once again this week. This time, he brings a collection of interesting trends and anomalies that he and his team have been tracking. They publish these on the Recorded Future website under the title of “pulse reports.” We’ll take a closer look at ransomware in international financial institutions, credential leaks in the biotech and pharmaceutical industries, as well as the rise of retail phishing campaigns in the midst of the global pandemic.

  • 163 Tooling up to Protect Federal, State, and Local Governments

    163 Tooling up to Protect Federal, State, and Local Governments

    15/06/2020 Duração: 22min

    Our guest is John Zanni, CEO at Acronis SCS, a company dedicated to providing secure backup, disaster recovery, and cyber protection for the U.S. public sector. He shares his unconventional journey into a career in cybersecurity, as well as insights on the unique challenges public sector organizations face when trying to protect valuable assets.  We’ll also get John’s thoughts on threat intelligence, the skills and traits he looks for when hiring, and why he thinks cybersecurity organizations should be recruiting workers from the U.S. military.

  • 162 Broadening Your View With Security Intelligence

    162 Broadening Your View With Security Intelligence

    08/06/2020 Duração: 18min

    Alex Noga is a solutions engineering manager at Recorded Future, and on this week’s show, he joins us to share his insights on enhancing organizations’ ability to make the most of the information they’re gathering by adopting security intelligence. He explains how this approach helps analysts connect the dots and empowers them to focus on the signals that matter — all while blocking out the noise.

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