Podcasts - Tagged - Security Boulevard
MY TAKE: Equipping SOCs for the long haul – automation, edge security solidify network defenses

MY TAKE: Equipping SOCs for the long haul – automation, edge security solidify network defenses

Network security is in the throes of a metamorphosis. Advanced technologies and fresh security frameworks are being implemented to deter cyber attacks out at the services edge, where all the action is ...

Katie Moussouris – Coordinated Vulnerability Disclosure and the Problem with Bug Bounty Platforms

TechSpective Podcast Episode 067 Vulnerabilities are everywhere and they will not be going away. That means they need to be researched and discovered and addressed. But, what is the right way to ...
TechSpective Podcast 066 - Jack Daniel

Jack Daniel – Emerging from the Quarantine Cocoon

TechSpective Podcast Episode 066 It has been a rough year and a half since COVID-19 hit at the beginning of 2020. Thankfully, we are rolling out vaccines at a blistering pace and ...
TechSpective Podcast 065 - Ron Gula

Ron Gula – Innovation and Emerging Trends in Cybersecurity

TechSpective Podcast Episode 065 Cybersecurity is constantly evolving. The threat landscape continues to expand and new technologies shift and extend the attack surface–both of which require new and innovative tools and practices ...
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Jayson Street – Hacking and Social Engineering and Why There are No ‘Black Hat’ Hackers

TechSpective Podcast Episode 063 What is a hacker? This is a question that has been debated for decades in the cybersecurity arena. Media conflated hacker and cybercriminal very early on, and it ...
The coming productization of attribute-based encryption by Byron Acohido

MY TAKE: Why monetizing data lakes will require applying ‘attribute-based’ access rules to encryption

The amount of data in the world topped an astounding 59 zetabytes in 2020, much of it pooling in data lakes. Related:  The importance of basic research We’ve barely scratched the surface ...

Jack Danahy Discusses Why “Cybersecurity-as-a-Service” Makes the Most Sense

Jack Danahy joined me for this episode of the TechSpective Podcast. I had the opportunity to work with and for Jack during our time together at Alert Logic, which acquired Barkly, a ...

Richard Stiennon Talks about Security Yearbook 2021 and Getting Through the Pandemic

TechSpective Podcast Episode 059 If you have worked in or near cybersecurity in the last 20 years or so, there’s a good chance you’re familiar with Richard Stiennon. Richard is a former ...
Good threat intelligence triggers effective response to cyber attacks by Byron Acohido

RSAC insights: Deploying SOAR, XDR along with better threat intel stiffens network defense

Much attention has been paid to the widespread failure to detect the insidious Sunburst malware that the SolarWinds hackers managed to slip deep inside the best-defended networks on the planet. Related: The ...
RSAC insights: ‘SASE’ disrupts networking by meshing security, connectivity at the services edge

RSAC insights: ‘SASE’ disrupts networking by meshing security, connectivity at the services edge

It’s accurate to say that security has been bolted onto modern business networks. It also has become very clear that we won’t achieve the full potential of digital transformation without security somehow ...