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Unsolicited Response Podcast

Apr 2, 2019

In a recent article a researcher proclaimed it's "not hard for a hacker to capsize a ship at sea". This was quickly followed by the Viking Sky cruise ship having its engines shut off due to a sensor reading.

Not knowing much about maritime control systems I brought two experts from Moran Cyber on the podcast to...


Mar 20, 2019

I went back to the RSA Conference for the first time in over a decade. Here is my 25-minute report on the event for those considering attending or participating in the future.

Includes:

  • the first RSA Conferences and when cybersecurity first looked like a real market
  • tips on working the massive RSA Expo Floor
  • interview...


Feb 28, 2019

I interviewed Robert Graham on the S4x19 Main Stage. Robert has an illustrious career in cyber security products including the creator of BlackIce and the first network IPS. We brought him to the S4 Stage for his contrarian views.

Some of the topics we discussed in the podcast:

  • The downside to IoT regulation and virtue...


Feb 12, 2019

This episode of the Unsolicited Response Podcast features a discussion on the S4x19 Main Stage with Brad Hegrat, Joel Langill and Dale Peterson. The question: Is the Purdue Model Dead?

The three coalesced around an answer (unexpected). And it's not dead, but also not terribly useful going forward in helping with...


Jan 29, 2019

The first Unsolicited Response episode of 2019 is a shorter solo-sode. It begins with my four major takeaways from 2018

  1. Finally figuring out the OT / IT issue
  2. Consequence based risk reduction
  3. Detection market acceleration and shake out
  4. The ICS bane called Cyber Hygiene

And then at 10:20 in the podcast I've included my...