Threats abound everywhere across the cybersecurity landscape! The ThreatReel Podcast digs deep into the threats impacting enterprise environments and home networks with a technical focus. Join the all-new ThreatReel Podcast as we discuss the latest information security news around threats including the actors, the hunting, the intelligence, the modeling, and more!
In this episode of ThreatReel, hosts Matt Scheurer and Micah Brown preview the upcoming 2021 RSA Conference. Micah discusses his upcoming presentation at RSA titled “WAF Made Easy”, including teasers for his talk. Matt and Micah converse about Web Application Firewalls (WAFs), why they are important, and how they differ from a conventional network firewall.
The remainder of the show is devoted to a discussion on RSA and other security conferences. Our hosts discuss how RSA differs from smaller security conferences. As frequent speakers at information security conferences across the country, ThreatReel Podcast hosts Matt Scheurer and Micah Brown share their strategies and tips for how to get the most out of a security conference experience and professional networking opportunities. Topics include secret strategies on possibly obtaining free tickets or other avenues to find the same content after a conference is over.
The show closes out highlighting upcoming events featuring appearances from our hosts.
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