Derek Root (@_r00k_) joins me to talk about CTFs and how they can be great learning tools for Infosec professionals
Jay Beale of InGuardians joins me to talk about container security
Mick Douglas joins me to talk all things Powershell!
Adrian Sanabria joins me to talk about killing what we know as the pen test and replacing it with something better!
Jerry Bell and Andrew Kalat from the Defensive Security podcast join me for another Infosec D&D Tabletop game! What maddening scenarios have I found that they will need to overcome?
Jonathon Poling (@JPoForenso) comes back to talk about #DFIR in the #cloud, what’s easier, what’s harder, and what’s different. A must for anyone on a #blueteam.
Nicolas Valcarcel joins me to talk about his experience with the crowd, crowdsourcing, as well as Infosec and shares his experiences and thoughts on how best to secure it for use in your organization.
I speak with James Jardine from the DevelopSec Podcast on communication strategies to use when speaking with developers.
I speak with Haydn Johnson about the myth of the purple teamer, that is, an individual who does both red and blue team activities as part of their day job.
Will Harmon from Trustwave’s Spider Labs comes to talk about Threat Hunting with me.
I take a look at the Treacherous Twelve from the CSA to see what threats exist for people moving to the cloud.
Joe Gray from the Advanced Persistent Security podcast and Through The Hacking Glass fame joins me to talk OSINT.
I sit down with Bryan and Brian from Brakeing Down Security to do a fun take on a classic – Infosec Tabletop Simulations – with a D&D twist!
In this episode I complete my review of the OWASP Top 10 – 2017 looking at items A6 (Security Misconfiguration) through A10 (Insufficient Logging & Monitoring).
Taking a look at the first 5 vulnerabilities in the OWASP Top 10 – 2017 list.