The Cybrary Podcast

The Cybrary Podcast

Welcome to the Cybrary Podcast! In this show, we will be speaking with current leaders and experts in the IT and Cybersecurity fields. Discussing topics from DevSecOps and Ransomware attacks to diversity and the retention of talent the Cybrary Podcast covers it all. Come join us on Cybrary and get to your Next Level! Want authorized access to the top security tips from the experts in InfoSec? Bi-weekly, join Thycotic’s ethical hacker Joseph Carson and the cybersecurity training experts from Cybrary, as they share life lessons and insights into the world of InfoSec – the good, the bad, and the ugly. Whether you want to learn more about the latest hacking techniques, or navigating how to become a CISO, this is the podcast for you.... Show More

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March 8, 2021 26 min

Welcome to the first episode of Go For It with Sarah Moffat, and happy International Women’s Day! We’re exited to introduce Sarah, the President and Founder of LeadingLadies.co, as she shares her story and inspiration to go for it, every day. From her part-time work through high school and college, to the experiences that taught her how to run operations for large businesses, Sarah shares how she discovered her Ah-Ha moment and how...

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Calling all engineers! This week on the Cybrary Podcast, we welcome Zachary Ozer from ClubHouse. From one VP of Engineering to another, Mike and Zach talk all things development, product planning, and how to help junior and senior engineers be more effective and enjoy their jobs. Zach also offers key insights into how people at ClubHouse further their initiatives and how to parse through and implement customer feedback into product...

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Casey Ellis, Founder & CTO of Bugcrowd and Katie Moussouris, Founder & CEO of Luta Security discuss vulnerability disclosure programs with Mike and Joe today. Developing a disclosure program can be so complex that many organizations don’t create one at all. So we asked - what processes should companies put in place to be sure they provide vulnerability information safely and in a usable way? Our guests today share the best ...

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Joining the Cybrary Podcast this week is Jeff Capone, CEO & Co-founder of SecureCircle. In this episode, Jeff, Mike and Jonathan discuss zero-trust policies, why people use encryption, and what it would mean for data access, privacy, and security if we could make the need for passwords obsolete.

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“Protecting data wherever it lives” is at the forefront of the long debated question: Is your data secure? The apps you use, the websites you visit, the Zoom calls you're on - there is so much personal and business information availble, but who makes the decisions about data handling and security? Jonathan and Mike welcome Patrick Walsh, CEO of IronCore Labs, to discuss transparent data encryption, data access and privacy, secu...

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Have you wondered what’s involved in venture capital fund raising? In this episode of the Cybrary Podcast, we welcome Les Craig, Co-founder of RedOwl Analytics and current Partner at Next Frontier Capital. From their years of experience in Cybersecurity, Les, Mike, and Jonathan talk about the successes and pitfalls of starting businesses, what founders should understand about venture capital firms when seeking funding, and the impo...

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Joe and Mike talk to Jessica Barker, Co-CEO of Cygenta and author of Confident Cyber Security and the recently released Cybersecurity ABC’s. Jessica breaks down the psychology behind cyber criminals and why we frequently blame the employees on the front lines of attacks. Plus, why companies need to stop telling employees to be constantly alert. Get a copy of Confident Cyber Security here: https://www.amazon.com/Confident-Cyber-Sec...

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This week on the Cybrary Podcast, we welcome Caleb Woods. Caleb is the CEO of Rolemodel Software, a company specializing in building internal tools for their customers. Speaking with Mike Gruen and Thomas Horlacher from Cybrary, Caleb discusses the work his company is doing as well as their Craftsmanship Academy, a way for those new to the engineering space to apply their skills and learn on the job skills through hands on developm...

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The 401 Access Denied team discusses the latest findings from the recent Sunburst supply chain attack that targeted thousands of SolarWinds customers – quite possibly the largest supply chain attack in history. We cover what’s been learned from the investigation so far and how we can apply those lessons to prevent being victims of future attacks. Joe and Mike are joined by Terence Jackson, CISO at Thycotic and Jonathan Meyers, Prin...

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It’s episode 50 of The Cybrary Podcast and we’re talking about Ransomeware! What is it, where does it come from, and how do you prevent an attack? Greg Edwards, CEO and Founder of CryptoStopper, goes in depth into his experiences in the MSP space and how ransomware attacks served as the catalyst to starting his own company. Plus, hear Mike and Jonathan’s views on Advanced Persistent Threats and the importance of patch management in...

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This week we welcome back Chloe Messdaghi, VP of Strategy at Point3 Security, to talk about Point3's new Talent Screening service which creates a more effective and efficient process for evaluating, hiring, and onboarding new employees. In this episode, Chloe shares her experiences in the InfoSec hiring process to reveal common stereotypes preventing applicants from reaching the interview stage, and how organizations can implem...

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In 2014 Jessikka Aro was a journalist reporting on the start of the Russo-Ukrainian War when she became aware of a group of Russian citizens who were being paid to promote pro-Russia propaganda. Jessikka joins us today to discuss the influence trolls had on public opinion, as well as how she outed them and became a victim of the trolls herself. And most importantly, we discuss how the Russian disinformation campaign is still workin...

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Do better builders make better breakers? Jonathan Meyers, Josh Lospinoso, and Philip Wylie share their views and experiences with the game changers in cybersecurity over the last 20 years, and how it’s helped and hindered people trying to enter the space. In this episode, they cover everything from rapid iteration and continuous learning, to the value of certifications and how to gain the right experience to move forward.

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Joe Carson from Thycotic and Mike Gruen from Cybrary share how they stay up-to-date with security news through podcasts, blogs, and events. They plug their favorite experts who give honest and direct news, sometimes even with a touch of comedy.

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December 23, 2020 1 min

Welcome back to the Cybrary Podcast, and Happy Holidays! 

Whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanza, or just enjoy the spirit of the season, we hope you are able to take some time off from work and school to celebrate what matters most to you.  

As 2020 comes to a close, and we look back at the best (and worst) moments of the year, we raise a glass to you and cheers for making it this far. Thank you, for joining us each wee...

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Joining us today is the National Cyber Security Policy Director for the Estonian Government, Raul Rikk. Raul shares lessons in how Estonia excels in the digitalization of government services and cyber defense strategies. We’ll discuss the 2007 coordinated Russian cyber-attacks against Estonia - how Estonia not only recovered from an attempt to isolate them from the rest of the world, but went on to develop one of the best emergency...

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Mike Skelton, part of BugCrowd's Security Operation Team, joins Cybrary's Mike Gruen to breakdown the expectation and communication gap. Recruiting the right talent is hard enough when factoring in skills and experience, but the top concern according to Skelton is the lack of proper communication and expectation setting. In this episode, Skelton and Gruen deconstruct their experiences on hiring for their teams and being hir...

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Rob Shavell, Co-Founder of Abine (https://abine.com/), joins the Cybrary Podcast this week to talk everything PRIVACY. From Abine's products Blur and DeleteMe that specialize in data masking, privacy, and compliance, Rob and Mike talk GDPR, Data usage transparency, the "freemium tradeoffs", internet bifurcation, and so much more. Where do you stand on the topic?

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Most parents are struggling with where to draw the line with their children when it comes to technology. It’s designed to be addictive, so how do you teach your kids to understand the risks, set boundaries, and enforce them? And how do you make sure they protect their passwords and identities? Joe and Mike share the conversations they’ve had with their own kids and the parental controls they’ve put in place.

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Everyone likes their privacy, but no one likes dealing with overly-complex security measures. This week we welcome Josh Lospinoso, Co-Founder of Shift5, and Matthew Dunlop, CISO at Under Armour as they shed light on the top growing competitive differentiator among consumers that market giants, like Apple, use to their advantage. Plus, an insider's POV on Operational Technology Hacking.

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