Brakeing Down Security Podcast

A podcast all about the world of Cybersecurity, Privacy, Compliance, and Regulatory issues that arise in today's workplace. Co-hosts Bryan Brake, Brian Boettcher, and Amanda Berlin teach concepts that aspiring Information Security Professionals need to know, or refresh the memories of the seasoned veterans.

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episode 35: Ransomware death in Germany, Zerologon woes, drovorub, and corp data on personal devices

Plumbing issues Amanda is taking over her company's social media this week (28th of September) Bsides Edmonton report Personal devices have corporate data Someone died and hospital is blaming ransomware drovorub linux malware and more!



episode 34: IRS contract to trce the 'untraceable', Fortnite Accounts in Darkweb, and more!

Fortnite accounts and how much are they worth to darkweb dealers Suggestion to setup 2fa on Fortnite accounts Blog post about the intersection of Project Management and Change Management



episode 33: garmin hack, Tesla employee thwarted IP espionage, Slack RCE payout, and more!

WWFH Class: (Ms. Berlin) “Breaching the Cloud” @dafthack       IWCE 2020 panel: “Being a thought leader”   ADKAR class Book Club: 03 September 2020 7pm: TLS cert life is 13 months now (397 day) than now:   Tesla...



episode 32: -Dr. Allan Friedman, SBOM, Software Transparency, and how the sausage is made - Part 2

More SBOM goodness If companies can't do it, should someother organization be helping? What does the future look like with or without SBOM or software transparency?


 2020-08-24  59m

episode 31: Allan Friedman, SBOM, software transparency, and knowing how the sausage is made

  Ms. Berlin: Tabletop D&D exercise Blumira is hiring   Allan Friedman - Director of Cybersecurity Initiatives, NTIA, US Department of Commerce - National Telecommunications and Information Administration   SBOM guidance...


 2020-08-19  44m

episode 30: Mick Douglas, Defenses against powercat, offsec tool release, SRUM logs, and more! PSA Mick Douglas talks about offensive security tool release Brian Boettcher talks about Log-MD and SRUM log analysis


 2020-08-10  1h23m

episode 29: Brad Spengler, Linux kernel security in the past 10 years, software dev practices in Linux

Brad Spengler from Grsecurity discusses advances in the Linux kernel in the last 10 years, including some of the background on how changes get added to the kernel.


 2020-07-31  1h5m

episode 28: Shlomi Oberman, RIPPLE20 report, responsible disclosure, and supply chain security woes (part2)

Whitepaper:  [blog] Build your own custom TCP/IP stack:  Another custom TCP/IP stack:  RIPPLE 20 Whitepaper:   Agenda: Part 1: Background on the report Why is it called RIPPLE20? What’s the RIPPLE about?  Communications...


 2020-07-24  59m

episode 27: RIPPLE20 Report, supply chain security, responsible disclosure, software development, and vendor care.

Whitepaper: [blog] Build your own custom TCP/IP stack: Another custom TCP/IP stack: RIPPLE 20 Whitepaper:   Agenda: Part 1: Background on the report Why is it called RIPPLE20? What’s the RIPPLE about?  Communications with Treck (and...


 2020-07-16  48m

episode 26: WISP PSA, PAN-OS vuln redux, F5 has a bad weekend, vuln scoring, Twitter advice, and more! PSA from Rachel Tobac on the #shareTheMicInCyber initiative F5 BIG-IP vulnerability Redux of PAN-OS SAML vuln CVSS scoring blunders Advice on a problem in a Tweet And more!


 2020-07-08  58m