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The World Is Listening To DAVE RABBIT Are You? ”Dave Rabbit”, the “Godfather Of Pirate Radio”, welcomes you to "The Rabbit Zone". So Fasten Your Seat Belts, bring your seats and tray tables to their Fully Upright Position, then bend over and Kiss Your Ass Goodbye, because the “Dave Rabbit” & “Radio First Termer” Pirate Radio Experience is an Extremely Dangerous & Bumpy Ride! Everything Here Is FREE To Enjoy & Share! DAVE RABBIT LOVES JESSICA RABBIT Military EntertainmentNetwork In 2006, Dave ...
 
Take a step outside the echo chamber - gain some perspective and context. Welcome to Cybersecurity: An immature industry where we mandate impossible-to-remember complex passwords that change every 30 days - and call that security. It's an industry where everyone is an expert, but no one's actually solved anything... weird right? This show is focused on the many aspects of cybersecurity - from professional to leadership, technical to abstract. We look to entertain you while filling your brain ...
 
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Prologue My pal Rock has ventured off on his own, so I wanted to catch up with him and get a quick update on the state of business, but also get a sense for what he's seeing in the industry as he's advising companies and helping them through compliance and regulatory challenges. Fascinating conversation, always fun stuff. Guest Rock Lambros LinkedI…
 
Prolgue Ladies and Gentlemen - we've hit ** 450 ** episodes. Let me just take a moment and reflect on the number of awesome guests, long hours recording and editing, and all of you phenomenal fans and listeners spreading the show content. Episode 450 feels like the right one to drop an episode with one of my real-life best friends, British sensatio…
 
Prologue In this episode, our legal eagle Shawn Tuma is back to discuss the Colonial Pipeline incident and whether it could be a watershed moment for US Cyber interests. As Toby Keith's "Courtesy of the Red, White, and Blue" plays in the background, we discuss what's happened, what could happen, and what it all means. Guest Shawn Tuma LinkedIn: htt…
 
Prologue You've GOT to hear this! This week on the podcast, I invited Martin Zizi of Aerendir, to talk about how we can use technology to not only distinguish between humans and non-humans (bots?) but also how to identify humans with staggering levels of precision - using commonly available and inexpensive components. He's got humor, an eclectic ba…
 
Prologue I don't know about you, but I have Jeremiah in a list on Twitter that allows me to read/think about some of the things he posts without the noise of the rest of Twitter. Should a company that develops software be held responsible when a bug they missed is exploited? Why do we "Agree" on all those click-through agreements which basically di…
 
Prologue When in Austin, TX ... meet up with some friends right? This week I have the pleasure of sitting down in-person with Joel whom has been doing the "AppSec thing" for longer than many of you who are reading this have been in our profession. Joel knows a thing or two - so we discuss a thing or two. Philosophy, history, and some ugly truths co…
 
Prologue I honestly am having a difficult time understanding how this show has gone so long, so many episodes, without sitting down with Dave Marcus 1:1. It hurts my brain. So I rectified this situation and here you are. Dave is one of the best humans in the industry, has a few truckloads of knowledge, and you could stand to learn something from hi…
 
Prologue I'm honored to have Gary McGraw on with James and myself on this episode. I hadn't realized, but Gary retired from (what was formerly) Cigital - and by retired I mean "started something new". Gary sucks at retirement, but he's brilliant and has a lot to say about machine learning and its applications, so you should really listen in. No, "A…
 
Prologue Chris Eng has been elbows deep in software security for a very long time. Times have changed over the last 20 years, as have tools, methods, and outcomes - what hasn't changed is how much security debt we keep amassing in our applications. How bad is the problem, and what can be done? Tune in and find out what we think. Guest Chris Eng Lin…
 
Prologue This week, the show is back after a brief spring break, and we have with us Dmitri Alperovitch - who has taken on a new venture in his latest role. We discuss cybersecurity policy, government's role in private enterprise defense, and why you should probably never run your own MS Exchange Server. Lots of great content from the always inform…
 
Prologue ** First, before I say anything else, I want to thank Lonnie and his staff for their service to our country. Protecting diplomats is not an easy task I imagine, and being the most powerful nation on Earth, our diplomats are likely a target 24x7x365. ** This week, Lonnie Price joins me and James on the show for an intriguing talking through…
 
Prologue Account Take-Over (ATO). You've probably not given this too much thought, unless you've had your account jacked. Whether it was someone stealing your Twitter account, or your bank account, or God-forbid your Facebook - you know the ramifications are serious. But how do you identify it, prevent it, detect and respond to it, and maybe even r…
 
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Prologue OK, say it with me, defender tools suck. They all have their own dashboards, data formats, ways to look at what's going on...and that wouldn't be bad if they even remotely worked together. OSQuery isn't the end-all for endpoint tools, but it surely can tell you a whole lot about what's going on out there - and then you can actually intelli…
 
Prologue This week on a very cool conversation, Rafal snags a chance to do a virtual sit-down with Yuri all the way from the Netherlands. Yuri is one of the quintessential experts on Zero Trust (not the commercial tools stuff, but principles and foundations) and you need to hear his take on how we get it implemented, where, and why. Guest Yuri Bobb…
 
Prologue This week, DJ McArthur joins James and Rafal to talk shop about his career in defending healthcare IT. The Cliff's Notes version is that it's more complex, more under siege, and more critical than ever. No problem, right? This episode has been a long-time coming, and DJ is an honest-to-goodness expert in the field. He teaches classes on th…
 
Prologue Continuing what accidentally became a series of AppSec or Software Security focused episodes, #436 takes it from yet another direction. Rey joins us to talk about AppSec from his perspective - that of a life-long developer that's moved into software security. It's been an interesting journey, and while some of the things we discuss aren't …
 
Prologue Episode 435 is packed with OpenSource goodness, talking about WordPress and WPScan with Ryan Dewhurst. Ryan started WPScan (a tool you probably use as a security practitioner) and has now made a business out of it. He spends a half-hour discussing the product, his road, and Wordpress/security in general and includes some plans for the futu…
 
Prologue This week, Jennifer Fernick of NCC Group joins me to talk about her work with open source software and security. With a storied career, Jennifer is well-qualified to talk about some really interesting topics, but finding bugs in open source software, at the scale we need it to be done, is a monumental task. If you're a developer and keen o…
 
Prologue: This week, Gary Latham joins the podcast to talk about taking the reigns of the Security Advisor Alliance, at a pivotal time for the organization. If you don't know about the SAA, I highly encourage you to check it out here: https://www.securityadvisoralliance.org/ Guest Gary Latham LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gary-latham-8bb629…
 
Prologue On this week's episode of the podcast, boomerang guest Robb Rock joins Rafal to talk identity, trust, and what's happened since the last time Robb was on the show (which was in 2016!). Of course they talk about the "big hack", and retreat into identity, Zero Trust, and the challenges of mid-market companies trying to do their own security.…
 
Prologue This week on DtSR, an old friend Jamison Utter joins Rafal to talk about medical IoT devices, and what makes them different -- and of course, how we can better protect them. Jamison's company, Medigate, is a healthcare security and medical analytics company - and it's an interesting discussion on how this type of IoT differs from others wi…
 
Prologue David was a guest on the podcast many years ago, back in episode 7. We had a great conversation and it's interesting to see how so many of the topics have evolved in the last nearly a decade. Or not. Guest David Elfering LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/aroundomaha/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/icxc…
 
You Gotta Hear This! [YGHT] This special edition of the Down the Security Rabbithole Podcast is the first of it's kind. For 2021 I've decided to throw in a bonus episode here and there that doesn't necessarily fit the typical format when I find something interesting, or a topic or person worth your time. Right now, with CrowdSec is that time. Phili…
 
Prologue Let's start 2021 off right with a returning guest whose name you will want to remember. Joep (pronounced like "soup" but with a "you") Gommers the founder and CEO of EclecticIQ joins Rafal to talk about threat intelligence - from platforms to TIPs, use-cases, implementations, limitations, and the move to TIM. It's a fun conversation that l…
 
Prologue This week, on the last episode of 2020, Michael Coates joins Rafal to talk about wire-speed-data-protection. Sort of like CASB but more universal. Interestingly, Rafal and Michael talk through how DLP has evolved and into what, and some interesting developments along the way - then the promise of something better. Guest Michael Coates Link…
 
Prologue First and foremost, thank you to Prevailion for giving us some of Karim's time, and content for this episode. Adversary intelligence is critical to protection and defense, so the methods and means in which it's gathered, refined, and provided back into the industry is always a great topic of discussion. I can't stress enough how much I rec…
 
Prologue This week, one of my old allies in the advocacy for sane media appearance joins James and me on the podcast. We talk about being a media liaison, managing speakers and security types with lots to say and few f***s to give for the media. It's an interesting conversation if you want to hear about what your media and PR person has to go throu…
 
Prologue Fill up your coffee cup, find a comfortable seat, and get ready to dive into this show! Richard & Anton join James and Rafal to discuss the SOC and it's evolution (or not) in today's enterprise. What are the major issues with SOCs today? What will the SOC of tomorrow be like? Does anyone know why Anton's hair is so nutty? These and other q…
 
Prologue This week, virtually live from Enfuse 2020 we've invited Grayson Milbourne, who is the Director of Security Intelligence at OpenText (formerly Carbonite/Webroot), to the show to talk about his work, malware, and the ever-evolving battle between good and evil'ish. This is a unique look at the intelligence, research, and innovation that goes…
 
Prologue: This week is a TREAT for you Down the Security Rabbithole Podcast listeners. Before she does her keynote on the topic, you'll get to hear Tarah Wheeler's take on the graying lines of privacy, security, and ethics. Just because we can ... does that mean we should? Lots of interesting discussions, and some totally nerdy and pedantic referen…
 
Prologue Welcome to week 2 of our coverage of the OpenText Enfuse conference! This week I'm super excited about two very cool guests - Brian Chidester and Tyler Moffitt. Y'all know Brian who is now officially a multi-time returning guest, and Tyler's background is pretty cool (literally, you'll know what I mean when I post the video hopefully soon)…
 
Prologue This week on DtSR Anthony Di Bello from OpenText drops by the show to talk about Enfuse, and the future of forensics, eDiscovery, and cyber security - and happens to let out a few details of the Enfuse 2020 conference kicking off this week. Anthony's always a great interview and of course we talk about my favorite topic lately - "convergen…
 
Prologue This week James and Rafal have the pleasure of being joined by Allan Alford, from his work-cave somewhere near Dallas, TX to talk about what we're hearing and seeing as we advise CISOs during the times that Covid brings. We discuss budgets, priorities, and "good enough" security strategy in a weird time in our industry and world. Guest All…
 
Prologue This week on DtSR, John Steven joins Rafal & James to talk about an inflection point in security that's happening right now. As you may notice, everything about security is changing, especially in the AppSec space... listen in and you'll hear John's thoughts on a very interesting time to be in the industry. Evolve, or die... Guest John Ste…
 
Prologue This week on DtSR my long-time friend and pragmatic alter-ego, Chris Abramson, joins me to give a sneak peek at what you can expect on the new podcast we're launching together in a few weeks... and also to discuss the "budget before breach/budget after breach" meme going around LinkedIn. We discuss security, budget, process, threat modelin…
 
\\Prologue As I was scrolling through LinkedIn looking for interesting things to read, who should scroll by but one Sven Krasser, whom you may remember from a few episodes ago ( http://ftwr.libsyn.com/dtsr-episode-261-deeper-down-the-ml-rabbit-hole ) - OK it was a long time ago now. We talk briefly about machine learning, algorithms and other relev…
 
Prologue: This week on episode 414 of the podcast, I'm joined by Rick Howard who just retired ... no, wait ... scratch that, almost retired from Palo Alto Networks after a fantastic run. Rick tells the story of how he almost retired, why he's not on the beach somewhere yet, the Cyber Security Canon, and so much more. Join me, this week on the podca…
 
Prologue This week we welcome Greg Foss to the show - Greg has some experience in security operations and managing SOCs and such. He dishes, we laugh, we learn, and hopefully you'll enjoy. Lots of topics covered including my personal favorite: "tools in the SOC" - in which we discuss how tools are actually hurting SOC efficiency and such. Guest Gre…
 
Prologue: This week David Soto joins Rafal and James to talk about how throughout his career the cybersecurity landscape has evolved and the tools have consolidated, integrated, and how we're perhaps still misunderstanding "good enough". David of course has a very long and storied career where he's carried multiple roles from CISO to a consultant, …
 
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