Podcast: December Month In Review

Eric Byres, CEO of aDolus and of Tofino fame, and I discuss the top three stories from December 2020 and give a Win, Fail and Prediction. https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/unsolicitedresponse/21-1_December.mp3 Topics: The Solarwinds hackDragos raising $110M in venture...

Podcast: October Month In Review

Jason Nations and I go over October’s top three stories plus our Win, Fail and Prediction of the month.

Russian hackers charged, ICS vendor security services, and risk metrics.

Podcast: September ICS Security Month In Review

Podcast: September ICS Security Month In Review

The ICS Security Month in Review episodes cover two to three big stories from the month plus a win, a fail and a prediction. This month’s stories include: S4x21’s cancellation and S4x22 dates(7:01) Ransomware in ICS (12:30) SCIDMark and other ICS cyber...
Podcast: ATT&CK For ICS Evaluations

Podcast: ATT&CK For ICS Evaluations

Detecting Triton Type Attacks In this episode I talk with Otis Alexander of MITRE about ATT&CK for ICS Evaluations. We begin with a discussion on ATT&CK and the ICS version of ATT&CK. If you are familiar with this, skip to 17:09 where we begin our...
Podcast: Splunk’s OT Security Add-On

Podcast: Splunk’s OT Security Add-On

Most of the OT Detection and Asset Management solutions have developed ‘integrations’ with SIEMs, with Splunk and QRadar being the most common. I put integrations in quotes because they did little more than push alerts and events to the SIEMs with little...
Podcast: What OT Can Learn From IT

Podcast: What OT Can Learn From IT

We hear it all the time. OT is different than IT, and IT doesn’t understand OT. People argue about IT/OT convergence. In all these discussions I believe two things are true. OT doesn’t really understand IT, and the similar, but not identical, requirements...

Podcast: P.W. Singer – Author of Burn In

P.W. Singer and August Cole recently published their second work of fiction – Burn In: A Novel About The Real Robotic Revolution. While it is a fiction, it uses over 300 examples of what might happen as robotics and revolution change the world over the next two decades.