John goes solo to talk about him being a generalist in Information Security
Adrian Sanabria joins me to talk about killing what we know as the pen test and replacing it with something better!
Danny Akacki joins me to talk about his own mental health and the site he created, infosanity.org, to help others who may be struggling.
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.
In this episode I complete my review of the OWASP Top 10 – 2017 looking at items A6 (Security Misconfiguration) through A10 (Insufficient Logging & Monitoring).
I speak with Kim Crawley about her recent article in Cylance, Security Certifications You Should Consider Getting, and about certifications in InfoSec in general.
This week I speak with J Cole Morrison about AWS Security and how IAM policies seem to be a lost art that are causing news headlines because of security breaches.
I speak with Jonathon Poling about DFIR and what it entails.
I speak with security consultant Mark Kikta about red teams, their activities and all sorts of interesting aspects on how red teams help organizations build a stronger defence.
In the conclusion of my 2 part interview with Archie Agarwal from ThreatModeler, we look at threat modeling outside of early design and architecture.
Part 1 of a 2 part discussion about threat modeling with Archie Agarwal, CEO of ThreatModeler.
The origin episode! I talk about what the podcast is about, where to find me, welcoming new users and a general overview of the podcast itself. Welcome!