Welcome to the Cybrary Studios, home to Cybrarys three podcast series, including the award-winning 401 Access Denied voted Best Cybersecurity Podcast for NORTH AMERICA by the 2021 Cybersecurity Excellence Awards.The Cybrary Podcast -In this show, we will be speaking with current leaders and experts in the IT and Cybersecurity fields. Discussing topics ranging from DevSecOps and Ransomware attacks to diversity and the retention of talent the Cybrary Podcast covers it all. Stay up to date with recent discussions and insight from current vendors and instructors from Cybrary. Come join us at Cybrary and get to your Next Level today! 401 Access Denied -Want authorized access to top security tips from the experts in InfoSec? Join the 401 Access Denied Podcast Bi-weekly, with Thycotic’s ethical hacker Joseph Carson and Cybrary’s VP of Engineering Mike Gruen, 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.Go For It with Sarah Moffat - Our newest podcast, Go For It, hosted by Sarah Moffat, the popular talent & leadership development expert is HERE!! Working in a male-dominated industry like #cybersecurity presents unique hurdles, so Sarah is here to help you gain the confidence, consistency, and courage to #GoForIt at work and in life!
In this episode, Joe Vest joins the 401 Access Denied team to discuss red teaming and pen testing operations and fundamentals. Joe is the author of the original SANS SEC 564 Red Teaming and Threat Emulation course, former technical lead for a DoD red team, and co-author of Red Team Development & Operations. Joe walks us through how to build and run a professional red team, along with the common pitfalls and obstacles most organ...
In this episode, Cybrary's Mike Gruen and Jonathan Meyers sit down with Travis Good and Ryan Rich, co-founders of Haekka, a Security Awareness training company that lives directly in Slack. Travis and Ryan discuss their history in security and ways to keep security training up-to-date with the ever-changing digital landscape.
In this episode of 401 Access Denied, Dave Kennedy, CEO of Binary Defense and TrustedSec, and co-author of Metasploit: The Penetration Testers Guide joins the 401 team to talk about penetration testing. We uncover invaluable lessons from a master in the industry.
In this episode of the Cybrary Podcasts, Cybrary's Jonathan Meyers, along with Michael Weigand and Josh Lospinoso from Shift5, are joined by Dr. TJ O'Connor to discuss their shared experience of army cyber defense exercises. Dr. OConnor also touches on his journey in cybersecurity education and explains his current role as the Cybersecurity Program Chair at Florida Tech, which includes participating in FITSEC defensive and ...
Recent events confirm that the US’s critical infrastructure and supply chain are very vulnerable to ransomware attacks. What more can and should be done to keep them safe from ransomware? As NATO and the White House announce steps to crack down on bad actors, will it move the needle at all? Dan Lohrmann, CSO of Security Mentor, and formerly of State of Michigan and the NSA, joins the 401 team to discuss.
As the first season of Go For It comes to an end, Sarah shares her experience with overcoming mental obstacles such as depression and finding hope amidst an uncertain time. Sarah explains the importance of "thinking everything is rigged in your favor" when your faith is being tested by a difficult, and sometimes abusive, working environment.
On this episode of the Cybrary Podcast, Jann Yogman continues the conversation on Mimecast's Security Awareness Training. Jann shares his journey as one of the writers for the training show, including his experience in brainstorm sessions and favorite moments on the set. If the last Cybrary Podcast left you curious about the production process, this podcast episode is for you!
There are a lot of myths about what pen testing or red-teaming really are. DJ Fuller, CEO of Pathfynder joins us today to share what companies should expect when they engage a third-party to help them with cyber security and how to establish a good incident response program. Get the low down on the common mistakes that organizations make when hiring a third-party service or choosing to move forward internally.
In this episode of Go For it, Jonathan Alboum joins Sarah to discuss his journey in security, ranging from his former CIO of USDA position to his current work in the government as the Federal CTO of Service Now. Sarah and Jonathan talk about the importance of leaping into new opportunities and ways on handling career transitions.
In this episode of the Cybrary Podcast Drew Freed, the face behind Mimecast's iconic Human Error character, discusses being approached at his bartending gig for the role as well as his journey within the security education space. Get to know Drew's acting experience, hobbies, favorite movies, and his most memorable moments on the Mimecast set. Want to know how Human Error got his iconic costume? Ever wondered what it's ...
After the four zero-day vulnerabilities were discovered, the FBI also proactively removed backdoors on numerous private Exchange servers. Was that overreach or the right thing to do? On today's episode, we're joined by Josh Lospinoso, CEO and co-founder of Shift5 and former U.S. Army cyber officer, to discuss law enforcement in cyber security.
In this episode of the Cybrary Podcast, Mike Gruen, the CISO at Cybrary, sits down with Bella Trenkova, the Founder of Ardigent Consulting, which offers Agile and DevSecOps services and coaching. Mike and Bella discuss the importance of and the common misconceptions about DevSecOps. They do a deep dive into the nuances of investing in DevSecOps for any company as well as transitioning into a DevSecOps team.
In this episode of 401 Access Denied, we are joined by Ondrej Krehel, CEO and Founder of LIFARS, to discuss Digital Forensics, Incident Response, Ransomware Mitigation, and Cyber Resiliency. Do you know your risks and how to respond if targeted by hackers? We discuss how to be resilient on both a personal and organizational level.
On this week's episode, Sarah sits down with Kerry Wekelo, the COO of Actualize Consulting, to discuss the power of gratitude for career development. Using her personal work experience and leadership development expertise, Kerry shares her techniques on nourishing gratitude on a daily basis in order to grow your professional mindset.
In this week’s episode of The Cybrary Podcast we are speaking with Nick Moy, renowned Cybrary Instructor and VP of Security Engineering for a mortgage firm. Nick discusses how he began his cyber journey and the courses he teaches on Cybrary.
It’s the special anniversary edition of the 401 Access Denied podcast! In honor of our 1-year anniversary and more than 16,000 listens, Joe and Mike want to take you behind the scenes and introduce you to everyone who works on the podcast and brings it to you biweekly. Listeners, thank you for hanging out with us for 1 magical year. We want to hear your thoughts here. What topics or guest stars matter to you?
What gives you energy? We’re not talking about “what motivates you”, we’re diving into what gives you the energy to work, live, and experience life with intent. If you could have 3x the amount of energy as you do now, what would you do with it? Today’s episode explores the virtuous cycle of energy and how to set yourself up for success every day.
Welcome to episode 59 of the Cybrary Podcast. This week’s guest, Cindy Chan-Leonor, Co-founder of CyberDEI, joins us from California to discuss imposter syndrome, her journey into cybersecurity, and why finding a community to connect with is vital to your success.
Mike and Joe dig into the topic of cyber insurance with the folks from Resilience Insurance – Kevin McGowan, VP of Cyber Underwriting and Michael Phillips, Head of Claims. As cyber laws are changing and cyber criminals are continually getting better and more creative in their approach, cybercrimes are becoming more commonplace. We discuss what you need to know when selecting cyber insurance for your organization to help minimize di...
On this week’s episode, Sarah welcomes Sharon Chi to uncover how to “avoid mental constipation” and react with purpose. Do you find yourself always going, but never pausing to take a breath to hear your own thoughts and reflect on your life, goals, and intentions? How do find the energy and motivation to grow and keep moving forward? Get ready to listen and think about your driving force and how to be intentional in thought and act...
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We’re at our most vulnerable when we go to our doctors. We trust the person at the other end of that scalpel. We trust the hospital. We trust the system. Christopher Duntsch was a neurosurgeon who radiated confidence. He claimed he was the best in Dallas. If you had back pain, and had tried everything else, Dr. Duntsch could give you the spine surgery that would take your pain away. But soon his patients started to experience complications, and the system failed to protect them. Which begs the question: who - or what - is that system meant to protect? From Wondery, the network behind the hit podcast Dirty John, DR. DEATH is a story about a charming surgeon, 33 patients and a spineless system. Reported and hosted by Laura Beil.
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