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episode 39: In the clear: what it's like working as a woman in the cleared community. [Special Edition]

This special edition podcast highlights three women, Priyanka, Ashley and Lauren, who chose to focus their careers in cybersecurity for the mission-based organization Northrop Grumman. Kathleen Smith from ClearedJobs.Net joins us as our panel moderator. The CyberWire's Jennifer Eiben hosts the event. We are excited to share this look into the world of women in cybersecurity. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit


 February 7, 2021  52m

episode 40: Hank Thomas and Mike Doniger, getting the specs on the cyber SPAC. [update]

In this special edition, our extended conversation with Hank Thomas and Mike Doniger from their new company SCVX. Both experienced investors, their plan is to bring a new funding mechanism known as a SPAC to cyber security which, they say, is new to the space.  February 2021 Update: we revisit the topic with guest Hank Thomas to hear the latest on SPACs. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit


 February 16, 2021  38m

episode 41: Zero trust: a change in mindset. [Special Editions]

A conversation with Lenny Zeltser on zero trust.


 May 31, 2021  19m

episode 42: Rediscover trust in cybersecurity: A women in cybersecurity podcast. [Special edition]

It's important for employees to be brought into the fold as security's allies, rather than as its adversaries. For cybersecurity teams that operate with an adversarial mindset appropriate for external threats, it can be challenging to approach internal threats differently. You can't treat employees the same way you treat nation-state hackers. But employees play a pivotal role in preventing data leaks, making it important to create a company-wide culture of transparency...


 December 5, 2021  49m

episode 243: Encore: What malicious campaign is lurking under the surface? [Research Saturday]

Israel Barak, CISO from Cybereason, sits down with Dave to discuss their research, "Operation CuckooBees: Cybereason Uncovers Massive Chinese Intellectual Property Theft Operation." Cybereason researchers recently found an attack lurking beneath the surface which was assessed to be the work of Chinese APT Winnti. Cybereason briefed the FBI and the DOJ on the investigation into the malicious campaign...


 December 30, 2023  23m

episode 259: Encore: Another infection with new malware. [Research Saturday]

Larry Cashdollar, Principal Security Intelligence Response Engineer from Akamai Technologies, joins Dave to talk about their research on "KmsdBot: The Attack and Mine Malware." Akamai's Security Research team has found a new malware that infected their honeypot, which they have dubbed KmsdBot.  The research states "The malware attacks using UDP, TCP, HTTP POST, and GET, along with a command and control infrastructure (C2), which communicates over TCP...


 November 25, 2023  19m

episode 261: Cybersecurity during the World Cup. [Research Saturday]

AJ Nash from ZeroFox sits down with Dave to discuss Cybersecurity threats including social engineering attacks planned surrounding the Qatar 2022 World Cup. The research shares some of the key threats we might see while the World Cup is happening this year. Researchers say "During the World Cup, there will likely be threat actors aiming to acquire personal information or monetary value through phishing and scams...


 December 10, 2022  25m

episode 262: Hijacking holiday spirit with phishing scams. [Research Saturday]

Or Katz from Akamai sits down with Dave to discuss research on highly sophisticated phishing scams and how they are abusing holiday sentiment. This particular threat, most recently has focused on Halloween deals, enticing victims with the chance to win a free prize, including from Dick’s Sporting Goods or Tumi Backpacks. It then requests credit card details to cover the cost of shipment. From mid-September to the end of October 2022, Akamai's research were able uncover and track this threat...


 December 17, 2022  19m

episode 283: 8 GoAnywhere MFT breaches and counting. [Research Saturday]

This week, our guests are Emily Austin and Himaja Motheram from Censys and their sharing their research - "Months after first GoAnywhere MFT zero-day attacks, Censys still sees about 180 public admin panels." In early February 2023, Censys researchers discovered a zero-day RCE vulnerability in Fortra’s “GoAnywhere MFT” (Managed File Transfer) software...


 May 27, 2023  17m

episode 284: Lancefly screams bloody Merdoor.

Brigid O Gorman from Symantec joins Dave to discuss their research, “Lancefly: Group Uses Custom Backdoor to Target Orgs in Government, Aviation, Other Sectors." Researchers discovered in 2020 that Lancefly, an APT group, is using a custom-written backdoor in attacks targeting government, aviation, educations, and telecoms organizations in South and Southeast Asia...


 June 3, 2023  16m