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Now displaying: August, 2020
Aug 27, 2020

A recent study by Enterprise Strategy Group, commissioned by Synopsys, revealed that nearly half of the cybersecurity and development professionals surveyed indicate that their organization knowingly pushes vulnerable code into production due to time pressures. In every sector, development and security teams grapple with the competing demands of development velocity and application security. Today, Patrick Carey will join us to talk about how organizations are working to build security into their development toolchains and processes.

 

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Aug 27, 2020

Penetration testing is the practice of simulating a criminal breach of a sensitive area in order to uncover and fix defensive failures. Rapid7 just released it's 2020 "Under the Hoodie" report which looks at the last 12 months of data exploring the hows and whys of penetration testing, covering mainly internal and external network compromises, with some supplementary data on social engineering and red team simulations. During this podcast we'll talk about some of the key findings and ways you can better secure yourself in the following areas: -Internal network configuration and patch management -Password management and secondary controls - VPNs and internet-based applications

 

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Aug 26, 2020

Checkmarx Announces GitLab Integration, Panaseer Automates IRM with Archer Integration, How Attivo Networks Strengthens Active Directory Defense, Elastic Security 7.9 delivers a major milestone toward endpoint security integrated into the Elastic Stack, VMware brings Kubernetes to its VMware Fusion and VMware Workstation solutions, and more!

 

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Aug 20, 2020

The concept of purple teaming needs to be expanded to incorporate a culture of collaboration across all proactive and reactive activities within enterprise cybersecurity programs. Learn how PlexTrac can aid in all thing purple teaming and drive to the security posture forward for all. This segment is sponsored by PlexTrac. Visit https://securityweekly.com/plextrac to learn more about them! To get one month free, visit: https://securityweekly.com/plextrac

 

Are security operations teams prepared to respond to privacy threats? Although you can achieve security without privacy, namely keeping information safeguarded from those that should not have access, you can not keep data private without security. How can we address this challenge? This segment is sponsored by Spirion. Visit https://securityweekly.com/spirionbh to learn more about them!

 

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Aug 20, 2020

Matt and Anton will discuss the new integration between Tanium and Chronicle, designed for distributed IT in a remote-work world. The two will explore some of the unique challenges that security teams are facing in light of this change. They will also provide details on the new integrations, which combines comprehensive endpoint telemetry from Tanium with Chronicle s cloud-scale analytics to inform threat hunting and investigations with one year of recorded endpoint activity. This is just the beginning of the partnership between Google Cloud and Tanium. Check out the blog post on Tanium's website to learn more about the future of the partnership and what it means for security. This segment is sponsored by Tanium. Visit https://securityweekly.com/tanium to learn more about them!

 

Risk remains the top concern for organizations adopting software-as-a-service (SaaS) models and this is an issue that is only getting worse. What is needed today is the ability to remove the dependency on human behavior and human error, bringing control back to the security team. Risk in a SaaS environment is largely an identity problem. Specifically, it is a misuse of identity and the privileged access granted to that identity. Before implementing any SaaS platform, you must consider how much access is really being granted in the cloud. More importantly, how is that privileged access being used? This segment is sponsored by Vectra. Visit https://www.vectra.ai/o365 to learn more about them! To see how Vectra can detect attacks in SaaS like Office 365, please visit: https://www.vectra.ai/o365

 

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Aug 19, 2020

ThreatConnect Integrates with Microsoft Graph Security API to Strengthen Security Automation, Sectigo unveils Sectigo Quantum Labs to help orgs prepare for quantum computers, Trend Micro to offer comprehensive network and endpoint protection for IoT and 5G private networks, Thycotic Releases Thycotic Identity Bridge, and more!

 

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Aug 13, 2020

Security professionals need to be thinking of the next evolution of the approach from working from home, specifically focusing on the security of the home network for both employees and third party contractors. Stephen Boyer, Co-Founder and CTO, discusses how to rate the risk of these new attack vectors using data BitSight already has... This interview is sponsored by BitSight. To learn more about them, visit: https://securityweekly.com/bitsight

ThreatLocker CEO, Danny Jenkins explains why his new approach of blocking everything that is not trusted and only allowing those applications that are approved, is a cleaner and more comprehensive approach to ensuring malware does not end up on your networks. This interview is sponsored by ThreatLocker. To learn more about them, visit: https://www.securityweekly.com/threatlocker

 

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Aug 13, 2020

Mario Vuksan, CEO and Co-Founder of ReversingLabs discusses modern digital objects, made up of layers of structured code and data, are central to the exchange or storage of information and are becoming increasingly complex. This interview is sponsored by ReversingLabs. To learn more about them, visit: https://www.reversinglabs.com/

Chris Wysopal, Co-Founder, CTO & CISO of Veracode, discusses how DevSecOps has moved security front and center in modern development. Yet security and development teams are driven by different metrics, making it challenging to align on objectives. The move to microservices-driven architecture and the use of containers and serverless has shifted the dynamics of how developers build, test, and deploy code. This interview is sponsored by Veracode. To learn more about them, visit: https://www.veracode.com/

 

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Aug 12, 2020

Attivo Networks Announces New Integration with IBM Security Resilient, GreatHorn improves email security with better visibility and intelligent protection, Elite Intelligence Ascends to the Cloud With Recorded Future and Microsoft Azure, Thycotic Releases Privileged Access Management Capabilities for the New Reality of Cloud and Remote Work, Datadog has acquired Undefined Labs, a testing and observability company for developer workflows, and more!

 

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Aug 7, 2020

MITRE ATT&CK seems to be the “next big thing”. Every time I hear about it I can’t help but wonder, “how do you prevent all these attacks in the first place? Shouldn’t that be the end game?” To that end, I set out to map all the recommended “Mitigations” for all the “Techniques” detailed in ATT&CK to see how many are already addressed by what is required in the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS). My hypothesis was all of them. The results were interesting and a little surprising, and I’m still trying to figure out how to best use the results and subsequently ATT&CK itself. I will present my findings in the briefing and hopefully generate a discussion about what to do with the results.

 

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Aug 6, 2020

Tanium offering new cybersecurity service through a partnership with Google Cloud, CyberArk launches open-source Shadow Admin identification tool for Azure and AWS, Threat Stack Cloud Security Platform extends security observability to AWS Fargate tasks, Polyrize announces its SaaS-based security platform, and more!

 

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Aug 6, 2020

The recent shift to a remote work environment has created new challenges for many businesses and government institutions with profound impacts on organizational security models. Users are no longer protected by the many layers of security found on-premise in the corporate network. Organizations must adapt security policies to support a massive influx of inbound connections. Security teams must consider how to adapt core security concepts like Zero Trust to include remote work environments that include corporate laptops, BYOD devices, and home networking gear. Join our conversation as we discuss how much trust you can put in your devices as well as what organizations are doing to assess and verify device integrity down to the firmware and hardware level. Eclypsium will also discuss the #BootHoleVulnerability research they disclosed last week.

 

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To learn more about securing devices down to the firmware and hardware level, visit: https://eclypsium.com/

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