Episode 11: Latest Cybercrime News and Bit9 + Carbon Black’s CTO Harry Sverdlove

January 30, 2015

In Episode 11 of the Cybercrime and Business Podcast, the gang discusses cybercrime targets from the past week including Malaysian Airlines, TopFace, AT&T and, yes, Taylor Swift as well as some other attack methods and vulnerabilities that made headlines recently.

This week's Guest is Harry Sverdlove, Bit9 + Carbon Black's CTO. They announced the release of Carbon Black 5.0 on Tuesday, so we chat about that, the issue of security teams being overwhelmed by alerts and other cyber-related topics. 

Episode 10: Lizard Squad, Data Breaches and Cybercrime-Fighting Machines with Skytree

January 23, 2015
In Episode 10 of the Cybercrime and Business Podcast, the gang discusses the top stories of the week including the State of the Union address, recent data breaches, and the seemingly never-ending barrage of interviews and look-at-me shenanigans that make up the public face of the hacking group Lizard Squad. 

This week's guests are Alex Gray, the CTO of Skytree, and Nick Feamster, a Princeton professor and member of Skytree's Scientific Advisory Council, and we discuss how machine learning can be used to help combat cybercrime.

Episode 9: Obama’s Proposed Laws, Extremist Hacktivists and DDoS with Arbor Networks Sam Curry

January 16, 2015

In Episode 9 of the Cybercrime and Business Podcast, the gang discusses new cyber legislation proposed by President Barack Obama, Islamic extremist hackers and all the attention they're getting, and other cybercrime news from the past week.

This week's guest is Sam Curry, Arbor Networks new CTO and CSO, and we chat about trends in DDoS, cybercrime and the C-suite.

Episode 8: Chick-fil-A, Ransomware and Cloud Security with IBM’s Nataraj Nagaratnam

January 9, 2015

In Episode 8 of the Cybercrime and Business Podcast, the team discusses some of the top stories of the week including Chick-fil-A, which looks to be the first retail breach of 2015, new ransomware, and buying zero-days to spy on citizens. 

The guest this week is Nataraj Nagaratnam, Ph.D., IBM Distinguished Engineer and CTO for Security Solutions, and we chat about cloud security, trends in the cloud, and how the cloud is evolving as 2015 gets underway.

Episode 7: 2015 Cybercrime Predictions and Biometrics with Hector Hoyos

January 2, 2015

In Episode 7 of the Cybercrime and Business Podcast, the gang shares some predictions for cybercrime in 2015 including growth in nation states participating in cyber-espionage, increased healthcare sector attacks, the effects of the October 2015 EMV deadline, and cybercrime-as-a-service. 

This week's guest is Hector Hoyos, the founder of Hoyos Labs, and he discusses passwords, replacing them with biometrics, and the company's 1U app, which is bridging that gap.