Continue Reading... Cyber Resilience – Richard Clarke – BSW #168
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Cyber Resilience – Richard Clarke – BSW #168

This week, we welcome Dick Clarke to discuss his new book, The Fifth Domain, and the need for cyber resilience,…

Continue Reading... CMMC – Part 1 – Chris Golden – SCW #23
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CMMC – Part 1 – Chris Golden – SCW #23

Chris Golden, Board Member for the Accreditation Body, will answer questions surrounding the DOD’s release of the CMMC program to…

Continue Reading... Zooming, Zoomie, & Zoomfest Zoo – SWN #23
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Zooming, Zoomie, & Zoomfest Zoo – SWN #23

This week, Zoombombers threatened with jail time by FBI, Cybercriminals are trying to cash in on Zoom use, How to…

Continue Reading... 3 Tips, 4 Behaviors, and 15 Steps for Remote Work – BSW #168
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3 Tips, 4 Behaviors, and 15 Steps for Remote Work – BSW #168

In the leadership and communications section, 4 Behaviors That Help Leaders Manage a Crisis, The Right Way to Keep Your…

Continue Reading... You’re (probably) Doing AppSec Wrong – Grant Ongers – ASW #102
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You’re (probably) Doing AppSec Wrong – Grant Ongers – ASW #102

Most security programs generally get in the way of delivery (if they don’t, to all intents and purposes, prevent it…

Continue Reading... Zoom Flaws, ‘Zombie’ win32k Bug, & Inputscope – ASW #102
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Zoom Flaws, ‘Zombie’ win32k Bug, & Inputscope – ASW #102

This week in the Application Security News, Zoom is gaining lots of attention for flaws and serves as a good…

Continue Reading... Security News – To Zoom or Not to Zoom – PSW #645
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Security News – To Zoom or Not to Zoom – PSW #645

This segment will largely focus on the recent Zoom vulnerabilities and the responses from security researchers, the security community and…

Continue Reading... How CTF Events are Building the Skills of Future Generations
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How CTF Events are Building the Skills of Future Generations

Matt Alderman interviews Bobby Kuzma, Practice Director, Security Assessment and Testing at Herjavec Group at Orange County Public Schools’ Annual…

Continue Reading... Giving Students an Opportunity to Work With Core Impact
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Giving Students an Opportunity to Work With Core Impact

Matt Alderman interviews Tim Vanderwist, Regional Sales Manager at Core Security at the Orange County Public Schools Annual C3 Cyber…

Continue Reading... How to Help Your IT Students Succeed
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How to Help Your IT Students Succeed

Matt Alderman interviews TJ Thoss, Enterprise Networks Instructor at Orange Technical College at Orange County Public Schools’ C3 Cyber Challenge…

Continue Reading... IoT Devices: Security and Privacy Labels Research – Lorrie Cranor – PSW #645
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IoT Devices: Security and Privacy Labels Research – Lorrie Cranor – PSW #645

At Carnegie Mellon University we are designing a usable security and privacy label for smart devices to help consumers make…

Continue Reading... Collaboration Between NetOps and SecOps in Today’s World – Matt Allen – PSW #645
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Collaboration Between NetOps and SecOps in Today’s World – Matt Allen – PSW #645

Matt and the Security Weekly crew will discuss how the interaction between network engineers and security operations has changed over…

Continue Reading... K-12 IT Training Curriculum
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K-12 IT Training Curriculum

Matt Alderman interviews Travis Wilde, Account Executive at TestOut Corporation at the Orange County Public School’s C3 Cyber Challenge CTF…

Continue Reading... Securing Your School District’s Network on a Budget
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Securing Your School District’s Network on a Budget

Matt Alderman interviews Cliff Payne, Director of Engineering at Greyson Technologies Inc. at the Orange County Public Schools annual C3…

Continue Reading... Folding Proteins – Security Now 760
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Folding Proteins – Security Now 760

iOS VPN bug, Coronavirus Folding@Home • VPN bug in iOS 13.4 • Folding@Home – how to donate your unused CPU…

Continue Reading... What It’s Like to Participate in the C3 CTF
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What It’s Like to Participate in the C3 CTF

Matt Alderman interviews the "Persian Port Warriors" (2nd place winners of the C3 CTF Cyber Challenge – Congrats!) at the…

Continue Reading... Behind the Scenes of the C3 CTF – CyberQ Platform
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Behind the Scenes of the C3 CTF – CyberQ Platform

Matt Alderman interviews Wesley Alvaraz, Director of Academics at EC Council about the work that their team did in building…

Continue Reading... How to Secure Your School District
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How to Secure Your School District

Matt Alderman interviews Robert Curran, Chief Information Officer at Orange County Public Schools at their C3 Cyber Challenge event about…

Continue Reading... How to Get Students to Care About “Cyber”
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How to Get Students to Care About “Cyber”

Matt interviews Mike Martucci, Principal at Orange County Public Schools at their C3 Cyber Challenge event about why he is…

Continue Reading... DEER.IO, Maze Ransomware, & Unacast – Wrap Up – SWN #22
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DEER.IO, Maze Ransomware, & Unacast – Wrap Up – SWN #22

Zoombombing, Russian Hackers, Zuck turns over the controls to the AIs, free cybersecurity products to help out, Chubb hacked, and…

Continue Reading... Working from Home Pt.1: Pimp Myself
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Working from Home Pt.1: Pimp Myself

In this Bonus Segment (Pt.1), Paul Asadoorian, Larry Pesce, Scott Lyons, Tyler Robinson, and Lee Neely, give tips and tricks…