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Cyber Smart Passwords with Dustin Heywood a.k.a. EvilMog

October 6th, 2021

X-Force Red Hacker Dustin Heywood aka EvilMog joins us during the first week of Cybersecurity Awareness Month to share how to be cyber smart with your passwords. He shares critical steps for protecting passwords and some insight into his world of password hacking. From common mistakes to the future of a passwordless world, we discuss…


The Intensification of Cyber Insurance with Ann Irvine and Kevin McGowan

September 22nd, 2021

How long has cyber insurance been in existence? How has it changed in the past five years? What are the methodologies and approaches to cyber insurance? What data is taken into account when insurance policies are crafted? Are ransomware attacks typically covered? Chief Data Scientist Ann Irvine and VP, Cyber Underwriting Kevin McGowan of Resilience…


Prepping for Operational Technology Risks with Jon Ramsey and Juan Espinosa

September 9th, 2021

As networks continue to grow and cyber risks increase, proactive security is a top priority for organizations around the globe. In this episode of 401 Access Denied, Joseph Carson is joined by cybersecurity experts Jon R. Ramsey and Juan Espinosa to discuss preparing for Operational Technology risks including why organizations need a holistic approach when…


Securing Critical Infrastructure in 2021 with Ben Miller of Dragos

August 27th, 2021

Ben Miller of Dragos joins this episode of 401 Access Denied to discuss the current state of industrial control systems (ICS), securing critical infrastructure, and how organizations should balance security with productivity as networks become increasingly more connected, along with an increase in the risk of cyber-kinetic attacks.


2021 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report Top Takeaways

August 11th, 2021

How has security changed in the post-pandemic landscape? Joseph Carson is joined by Jonathan Meyers to discuss the highlights from the 2021 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report, including most common causes of data breaches, Ransomware as a Service, the FBI’s addition to the report, and how organizations can take action today.


Red Team 101: Offensive Security with Joe Vest

July 28th, 2021

The 401 Access Denied team is joined by Joe Vest, co-author of Red Team Development & Operations, author of the original SANS SEC 564 Red Teaming and Threat Emulation course and former technical lead for a DoD red team. Joe gives us the nitty-gritty on the fundamentals – How can organizations know if they are…


Penetration Testing Top Tips with Dave Kennedy

July 19th, 2021

Dave Kennedy joins us to share best practices for penetration testing. Get a window into the life of a security expert and learn how threat hunting is making the cyber security industry stronger. Dave is the founder and CEO of TrustedSec and Binary Defense, co-author of Metasploit: The Penetration Testers Guide, and founder of the…


Ransomware and Critical Infrastructure Q&A with Dan Lohrmann

June 30th, 2021

We discuss NATO’s new Cyber Defence Pledge and the Biden-Harris White House list of critical infrastructure that are “off-limits” to Russian cyberattacks. Will these new rules of engagement result in significant a meaningful change to protect against ransomware attacks? How does the U.S. Government and its allies hold cyber criminals – and the nation-states that…


Pen Testing and Incident Response with Pathfynder

June 16th, 2021

Pen testing and vulnerability scans used to be a once-per-year project, but more and more, companies are turning to a continuous model of defense throughout the year. How do you determine the appropriate strategy to defend your organization? What should you think about when setting your offensive budget? And what the heck do some of…


Helpful or Harmful? The Microsoft Exchange Server Hack and FBI Cleanup with Josh Lospinoso

June 2nd, 2021

The FBI removed backdoors on hundreds of private Microsoft Exchange servers after discovering the zero-day vulnerabilities, only to inform the owners after the fact. Should law enforcement be cleaning up on their way out? For this episode, we’re joined by Josh Lospinoso, CEO and co-founder of Shift5, to discuss the government’s role in private-sector cybersecurity.