The daily cybersecurity news and analysis industry leaders depend on. Published each weekday, the program also includes interviews with a wide spectrum of experts from industry, academia, and research organizations all over the world.
Rick Howard, the CyberWire’s Chief Analyst, discusses the next big thing in cybersecurity service delivery. It is called SASE, coined by Gartner last fall, and stands for Secure Access Service Edge (Cloud delivered). It flips on its head how we all consume security services today and it is the perfect solution for small to medium size businesses. In five years, it will be the primary way that all size businesses consume security products.
A network mapping tool that pings IP addresses looking for a response and can discover host names, open communications ports, operating system names and versions. Written and maintained by Gordon Lyon, a.k.a. Fyodor, it is a free and open source software application used by both system admins and hackers alike and has been a staple in the security community for well over two decades.
Rick Howard, the CyberWire’s Chief Analyst, discusses the Artificial Intelligence hype. Listen as Rick talks about the emergence of machine learning as a key tool to the detection of cyber adversaries (and the need for big data to pursue that strategy). He also discusses the transition of SIEMS from on-prem devices to cloud-delivered services in order to facilitate the implied big data collection requirement...
Rick Howard, the CyberWire’s Chief Analyst, CSO, and Senior Fellow discusses his favorite cyber novels to distract us from our current emergency situation: "Threat Vector” by Tom Clancy and Mark Greaney, “Neuromancer,” by William Gibson, “Breakpoint,” by Richard A. Clarke, and his favorite hacker novel of all time, “Cryptonomicon,” by Neal Stephenson.