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Election Security – Can a Hacker Really Pick the Next U.S. President?

September 9th, 2020

Join Thycotic, Cybrary, and special guest Dan Lohrmann from Security Mentor and former advisor to senior White House officials, Homeland Security, and more as we talk election security. There are people, processes, and technologies involved to keep the upcoming U.S. presidential elections secure, but should we be confident in them? Hear what worries the experts…

Password Rules You *Have* to Break

August 26th, 2020

Passwords, passwords, passwords! They are annoying but increasingly necessary for everything we do. Today Joe Carson and Mike Gruen cover the worst password habits out there, plus how to balance usability vs. security for our wifi and email passwords, and more. And do we really have to start worrying about our kid’s passwords?!

International Cyber Warfare: How Real is the Threat? Pt. 2

August 12th, 2020

Josh Lospinoso joins us again for part 2 of our international cyber warfare conversation with Joseph Carson and Mike Gruen. This time we focus on zero-day vulnerabilities and the moral complexities that need to be considered. How do you train personnel to know where the line should be drawn and when they should hold back…

International Cyber Warfare: How Real is the Threat? Pt. 1

July 29th, 2020

Joseph Carson and Mike Gruen are joined today by special guest Josh Lospinoso, former Cyber Officer of the US Army as they discuss definitions and methods of international cyber warfare. Is there accountability for governments who use private companies and contractors to handle their dirty work? How often do attackers get caught and how long…

Diary of a Cyber Security Grad

July 15th, 2020

Joseph Carson from Thycotic is joined today by Emma Heffernan, one of the most recognized new cyber security pros in the industry. She’ll share her experience as a recent graduate turned pentester and speaker as she navigates her way through various industry roles. Emma shares ideas you can apply to further your industry knowledge.

What the Heck is Least Privilege Security Anyway?

July 1st, 2020

What is Least Privilege and why should you care? That’s the topic of today’s podcast from Joseph Carson from Thycotic, also the author of the “Least Privilege for Dummies” book. Along with Mike Gruen from Cybrary, they’ll share how Least Privilege enables employees to do their jobs efficiently without unnecessary security risks, all while saving…

The 2020 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report

June 18th, 2020

We’ve read the 2020 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report so you don’t have to! Join Joseph Carson from Thycotic and Mike Gruen from Cybrary to get the skinny on the good and bad news in the industry. In this podcast, we’ll share lessons from the Report including how hacks differ between cloud and on-premise targets,…

Getting Back to Work: The New Pandemic Anxiety

June 17th, 2020

Businesses are reopening amid the pandemic and that means companies and employees are both faced with questions they’ve never had to answer before. From an organizational standpoint, it’s more than just providing clean facilities and social distancing. It’s also being aware of employee health without creating liabilities surrounding employee privacy, plus, ensuring devices that have…

Top 8 Must-Read Cyber Security Books

June 17th, 2020

In this podcast, we’ll review the top 8 cyber security books that you should read to gain a good perspective of the industry whether you are trying to break into cyber security or preparing to advance your career. Join Mike Gruen from Cybrary and Joseph Carson from Thycotic as they share their favorites of all…

Busting Password Myths

May 7th, 2020

In this podcast, Joseph Carson from Thycotic and Mike Gruen from Cybrary dive deep into the world of passwords to celebrate World Password Day. We’ll examine password best practices, fallacies, and envision a future without passwords. Our resident white hat hacker will even share how long it actually takes to crack a password.