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Unsolicited Response Podcast

Jun 27, 2019

Forescout's acquisition of SecurityMatters for $113M in cash was the first major exit from the OT Detection Space (or broader passive monitoring market as you will hear in the podcast). I spoke with Brian Proctor about a number of issues including:

  • What it was like moving from an asset owner to a vendor
  • The best way...


Jun 12, 2019

In this episode, I interview Jonathan Homer, the Chief of the Industrial Control Systems Group / Hunt and Incident Response Team at DHS.

We discuss:

  • What changes will asset owners see with the creation of CISA organization in DHS?
  • A detailed discussion of the metrics DHS will use to determine if they are...


May 14, 2019

This recording is from a panel discussion on understanding and reducing the consequence side of the risk equation (risk = consequence * likelihood). Joining me in this discussion are:


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...


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...