Recorded December 120, 2018 at G-Unit Studios in Rhode Island!
- 1 Episode Audio
- 2 Announcements
- 3 Interview: Vaughn Adams, LogRhythm - 6:00-7:00PM
- 4 Security News - 7:00 - 7:30PM
- 5 Interview: Mandy Logan, Hacking the Brainstem - 7:30PM-8:30PM
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Interview: Vaughn Adams, LogRhythm - 6:00-7:00PM
Vaughn has been an Enterprise Sales Engineer with LogRhythm since 2015 and has covered the Philadelphia, Delaware and New York areas. He has 20 years of experience in Information Technology within the Philadelphia area. His roles have included UNIX Administration, Network Administration and Manager. He developed, implemented, managed and optimized a number of technologies in his organizations, including LogRhythm products.
Security News - 7:00 - 7:30PM
- Taylor Swift Used Facial Recognition to Thwart Stalkers
- Unlocking Android phones with a 3D-printed head
- New Australian Backdoor Law
- Warning! Unprivileged Linux Users With UID > INT_MAX Can Execute Any Command
- Humble Bundle Breach Could Be First Step In Wider Attack
- OpSec Mistake Brings Down Network Of Dark Web Money Counterfeiter
- Ticketmaster Fails To Take Responsibility For Malware
- It's December Of 2018 And, To Hell With It, Just Patch Your Stuff
- Ethical Hacking Growing In Popularity At Data Breaches Increase
- UK Whitehats Blacklisted By Cisco Talos
- Worst password offenders of 2018 exposed
- Education Gets an 'F' for Cybersecurity
- Grammarly Launches Public Bug Bounty Program
- WordPress Releases Security Update
- Facebook is Gesing Sued for Billions
- Justice Department accuses Chinese spies of hacking into dozens of US tech and industry giants
- NASA Reports a Data Breach
- Compulsory 2019 Predictions Article
Lee Neely's Stories
- Fighting Deepfakes
- Hackers are Making Their Attacks Look Like They Came From the Chinese Government
- US ballistic missile systems have very poor cyber-security US Ballistic Missles Have Very Poor Cybersecurity
- Phishing Attack Pretends to be a Office 365 Non-Delivery Email
- Parents say a man hacked their Nest baby monitors and threatened to kidnap their 4-month-old son
- PSA: The holidays see the introduction of lots of new consumer electronics, which are, more often than not, online and associated with accounts. In the fervor of bringing these new treasures online, it is important to remember to not only setup accounts with strong unique passwords but also enable two-factor authentication wherever supported.
Interview: Mandy Logan, Hacking the Brainstem - 7:30PM-8:30PM
Following a series of 5 strokes and major head injuries, Mandy is no longer in the construction engineering industry. Instead, she is pursuing all things InfoSec with an emphasis on Incident Response, Neuro Integration, Artifical General Intelligence, sustainable, ethical neuro tech, and improving the lives and community of InfoSec professionals and Neurodiverse professionals. She enjoys art, requires loads of rest still, and hopes to be half the person her service dog, Trevor, is.