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Threatpost editor Lindsey O'Donnell discusses security threats, attacks, vulnerability research and trends with a variety of industry executives, researchers and experts.

Threatpost editor Lindsey O'Donnell discusses security threats, attacks, vulnerability research and trends with a variety of industry executives, researchers and experts.

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United States

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Threatpost editor Lindsey O'Donnell discusses security threats, attacks, vulnerability research and trends with a variety of industry executives, researchers and experts.

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@threatpost

Language:

English


Episodes

How to Buy Precious Patching Time as Log4j Exploits Fly

12/14/2021
Threatpost podcast: Cybereason CTO Yonatan Striem-Amit shares details about the company's vaccine: a fast shot in the arm released within hours of the Apache Log4j zero-day horror show having been disclosed.

Duration:00:19:55

Attackers Will Flock to Crypto Wallets, Linux in 2022: Podcast

11/23/2021

Duration:00:28:57

Podcast: Could the Zoho Flaw Trigger the Next SolarWinds?

10/18/2021

Duration:00:11:01

Podcast: 67% of Orgs Have Been Hit by Ransomware at Least Once

10/5/2021

Duration:00:26:00

DDoS Attacks Are a Flourishing Business for Cybercrooks – Podcast

9/14/2021
Imperva’s Peter Klimek visited Threatpost podcast to discuss the evolution of DDoS attacks: They started out as inconveniences but evolved to the point where attackers can disrupt businesses for as little as the price of a cup of coffee,

Duration:00:24:08

Databases Pockmarked With an Average of 26 Vulnerabilities Globally – Podcast

9/14/2021
Imperva's Elad Erez discusses findings that 46% of on-prem databases are sitting ducks, unpatched and vulnerable to attack, each with an average of 26 flaws.

Duration:00:21:21

What Ragnar Locker Got Wrong About Ransomware Negotiators – Podcast

9/8/2021
Bryce Webster-Jacobsen – director of intelligence operations at digital risk protection/ransomware negotiators GroupSense – dropped by the Threatpost podcast to tell us what percentage of Ragnar Locker’s warning that victims shouldn't call the FBI/police/negotiators is a bluff and what, if anything, security teams should take seriously.

Duration:00:12:59

Verizon DBIR Marries MITRE ATT&CK – Podcast

9/7/2021

Duration:00:22:09

‘Pay Ransom’ Screen=Too Late, Humpty Dumpty – Podcast

8/26/2021

Duration:00:18:54

Podcast: Ransomware Up x10; Telecoms Uber Walloped

8/24/2021

Duration:00:19:20

What’s Next for T-Mobile and Its Customers? – Podcast

8/19/2021
Interos CEO Jennifer Bisceglie drops by the Threatpost podcast to talk about avoiding the mess a T-Mobile size breach can lead to, with the damage it can do to a business's brand, reputation, customer loyalty and revenue stream.

Duration:00:16:43

SolarWinds 2.0 Could Set Off the Next Financial Crisis – Podcast

8/13/2021
Trillions of dollars in notional value are controlled by hedge funds and private equity firms, many of which have no cybersecurity protection to speak of. The calamitous, widespread SolarWinds attacks was a wakeup call: Another attack of that ilk could lead to the next 2008-esque financial meltdown. Agio CEO Bart McDonough says AI-enabled service platform could maybe, just maybe, help avert it.

Duration:00:15:22

Fuzz Off: How to Shake Up Code to Get It Right – Podcast

8/9/2021
FuzzCon panelists Damilare D. Fagbemi of Resilience Software Security and Anmol Misra of Autodesk say join the party as they share fuzzing wins & fuzzing fails when building a security testing program

Duration:00:15:44

We COVID-Clicked on Garbage, Report Finds: Podcast

8/4/2021
n the company’s annual Human Factor 2021 report assessing how the threat landscape morphed over the past year, Proofpoint researchers scratched their heads over the reasons for so many users succumbing to malicious email attachments. Could be that threat actors jumped on our Pavlovian work-from-home security conditioning, as suggested by Proofpoint vice president and general manager of email fraud defense Rob Holmes. Check out the Threatpost podcast for his take on how the pandemic...

Duration:00:16:18

‘PwnedPiper’: Devastating Bugs in >80% of Hospital Pneumatics

8/2/2021

Duration:00:11:54

Podcast: Why Securing Microsoft Active Directory Is Such a Nightmare

7/27/2021
SpecterOps researchers Lee Christensen and Will Schroeder discuss their work, to be presented at Black Hat, on how AD “misconfiguration debt” lays out a dizzying array of attack paths such as the one in the PetitPotam exploit for which Microsoft rushed out a fix.

Duration:00:33:53

IoT Piranhas Are Swarming Industrial Controls

7/23/2021
Threat actors have been building enormous botnets using IoT devices to try to compromise the computing systems that control crucial infrastructure, such as pipelines (case in point: the DarkSide ransomware attack on Colonial Pipeline) and other utilities, preying on legacy systems that have decades-old vulnerabilities. In this Threatpost podcast, Armis CISO Curtis Simpson delves into how to fight back.

Duration:00:23:23

What’s Next for REvil’s Victims?

7/19/2021

Duration:00:21:46

Protecting Phones From Pegasus-Like Spyware Attacks

7/19/2021
Podcast: Is protecting your phone from spyware attacks a la NSO Group's Pegasus as simple as getting a new SIM card? Former spyware insider, current mobile white hat hacker Adam Weinberg on how to block three types of spyware attacks.

Duration:00:22:10

What’s Making You a Ransomware Sitting Duck

6/17/2021
SophosLabs Principal Researcher Andrew Brandt discusses what makes organizations prime targets for ransomware threat actors, what steps could help them to protect themselves, and what’s stopping them from implementing those steps.

Duration:00:33:32