Six decades in, password use has tipped into the absurd, while two-factor authentication is showing its limits. We talk with Matt Salisbury of Honeybadger HQ, which is using AI and machine learning to re-imagine knowledge-based authentication.
Naomi Yusupov, a Chinese Intelligence Analyst at the threat intelligence firm CyberSixGill talks to host Paul Roberts about that company’s new report: The Bear and the Dragon: Analyzing the Russian and Chinese Cybercriminal Communities.
Host Paul Roberts speaks with Marc Blackmer of ShardSecure about that company’s new approach to protecting data at rest, which relies on fragmenting and scattering data to make it impossible to steal.
In this episode of the podcast (#232), Tomislav Peričin of the firm ReversingLabs joins us to talk about Log4Shell, the vulnerability in the ubiquitous Log4j Apache library. Tomislav tells us why issues related to Log4j won’t be going away anytime soon and how organizations must adapt to deal with the risk it poses.
In this Spotlight edition of the podcast, we’re joined by Curtis Simpson, the Chief Information Security Officer at Armis. Curtis and I discuss the growing cyber risks posed by Internet of Things devices within enterprise networks. IoT and OT (operation technology) deployments are growing and pose challenges to organizations that are still focused on conventional IT systems and threats, and that struggle to detect such devices in their environments.