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Recorded February 19, 2020 at G-Unit Studios in Rhode Island!

Episode Audio

Hosts

  • Paul Asadoorian
    Embedded device security researcher, security podcaster, and CEO of Active Countermeasures .
  • Matt Alderman
    CEO at Security Weekly, Strategic Advisor, and Wizard of Entrepreneurship
  • John Strand
    Security analyst, Founder of Black Hills Information Security, and CTO of Offensive Countermeasures.
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    Enterprise News


    Topic: InfoSec World 2020 CTF


  • Scott Lyons
    CEO at Red Lion
    MISTI Instructor
    Patent Holder

  • Scott Lyons Is a visionary in the information security industry. With over 16 years in the industry, he has worked for both government and commercial entities, covering almost every security position there is. He wrote the vulnerability and incident response playbooks/manuals for multiple government agencies and commercial entities. As such, he’s familiar with the compliance requirements for high-end commercial and government clients and is adaptable to meet environmental requirements anywhere. Scott has successfully repelled hostile incursions by hacktivists against broadcast media corporations. He has also led architecture reviews under tight deadlines and constraints, successfully managing the rollout and replacement of components and systems related to network security, across the globe.

    Scott is heavily involved in the information security community. He is a staff member at multiple conferences. His duties range from Security to garnering Sponsorships, to leading teams of people through stressful and difficult situations. As a well-known member of the community, he has access to a large number and variety of people and new technologies. Scott has spoken at multiple conferences on business and technical topics.


    "Segment Topic:" Red Lion is running the CTF at Infosec World 2020


    "Segment Description:" Scott Lyons will provide an overview of their CTF at InfoSec World 2020, including their training class, CTF 101

    Interview: Ben Budge & Lyle Beck, Litehouse, ExtraHop Customers

    Ben Budge
    is the System Administrator III at Litehouse, Inc..

    Ben is currently the Systems Administrator for Litehouse foods a 100% employee owned company, which is the #1 brand in refrigerated salad dressings in the United States and Canada. Prior to Litehouse, Ben's career has spanned more than fifteen years in the IT field with an emphasis on compute, storage, and virtualization systems.




    Lyle Beck
    is the Technology Manager at Litehouse, Inc.

    Lyle has been employed at Litehouse for over 23 years, 19 of those years being in the IT field holding various positions, beginning at helpdesk and growing into the current position where he has managed the telecommunications, server, and network infrastructures for the last nine years. He has also taken on responsibility for the Litehouse information security program. In that time, Litehouse has grown from a single manufacturing site with a couple of IT staff to four manufacturing sites and a Corporate headquarters with over twenty members in IT.

    Segment Topic:
    We will be discussing ExtraHop

    Segment Description:
    Discuss what problems we faced at Litehouse in regards to network and system monitoring and troubleshooting and how that ultimately took us to Extrahop. Then discuss the value ExtaHop has brought to Litehouse and share some of those experiences.