Archive for August, 2015

Aug 27 2015

Interview, Keren Elazari, Researcher and Analyst

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I was able to catch up with Keren Elazari at Black Hat.  We talked about her presentation at BSides (Hack the Future) and what it means to us as security professionals.  Keren highlights how bits are controlling atoms more and more every day and how the next 20 years are going to make the changes of the last 20 look like child’s play.

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Aug 20 2015

Interview, Author and trouble-maker, Jason E. Street

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I had a chance to catch up with my friend, Jason E. Street at Black Hat in order to talk to him about a few of the projects he has going on.  In addition to full time employment he’s an author, he’s working to revitalize Defcon Groups and he’s helping to publicize the efforts by hackers at Def Con to donate blood every year.  Busy guy.

Dissecting the Hack:  The V3rb0t3n Network

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Interview with Jason E. Street

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Aug 19 2015

Interview, Paul Kurtz, CEO of TruSTAR

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I got to catch up with Paul Kurtz, CEO of TruSTAR Technology and former advisor to the White House on cybersecurity.  Paul and I talk about his work under a President and a President Elect, information sharing and the OPM hack.  This was one of the more interesting interviews I did at Black Hat, at least for me.  Hope you enjoy it too.

Interview with Paul Kurtz, CEO of TruSTAR Technologies

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Aug 16 2015

Interview, Dr. Engin Kirda

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I sat down for a few minutes to talk to Dr. Engin Kirda, Chief Architect at Lastline and professor at Northeastern University in Boston.  We discussed the next generation of security professionals and his BH talk about the sophistication (or lack thereof) in modern ransomeware.  And, as with all interviews this conference, I asked about the OPM hack and retribution.

Interview with Dr. Engin Kirda, Lastline

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