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This is a weekly round-up of the most compelling cyber security intelligence originating from The Record and Recorded Future's research team — Insikt Group. Recorded Future is the global leader in security intelligence and every Friday we'll be highlighting the latest intelligence from criminal activity and nation state sponsored cyber campaigns to geo-political developments. Whether you're responsible for improving operational cyber security or strategically reducing risk, this podcast is f ...
 
The UK Financial Intelligence Unit (UKFIU), housed within the National Crime Agency, has national responsibility for receiving, analysing and disseminating financial intelligence submitted through the Suspicious Activity Reports (SARs) regime. SARs alert law enforcement to potential instances of money laundering and terrorist financing and are a vital source of intelligence, not only on economic crime but on a wider range of criminal activity. These educational podcasts are part of the UKFIU ...
 
A live morning 'radio' show broadcast on cliffcentral.com and on mobile via the official app - with podcasts available. Hosted by Gareth Cliff and his team, they bring you uncensored, real conversation about everything in the news, guests, edgy material and a healthy dose of inspiration and intelligence. Without limits... there will be entertainment, provocative content, and unhinged reality.
 
Comedian Alex Boardman and Barrister Chris Kehoe, discuss English Criminal Law whilst sat in a Ford Mondeo. A comedic look at some of the most famous criminal cases in English Law with legal expert and barrister Chris Kehoe, and comedian Alex Boardman. In every episode Chris will guide us through a famous area in English Criminal Law. He will explain the facts of the case, set out the legal principles the case raises and offer insight into the reasons behind the verdicts of the judges who pr ...
 
Spy-fi audio drama starring Genevieve Gaunt, Sacha Dhawan, Paterson Joseph and Nicola Walker. From the worlds of Thunderbirds creator Gerry Anderson. Series Summary: The First Action Bureau exists to protect the Earth - near-utopian by 2068 - from criminal elements before they get the chance to act. Using decades of ‘big data’ and globally connected quantum artificial intelligence, the Bureau is able to predict criminal activity before it occurs. Nero Jones may be the best agent the Bureau h ...
 
To Catch A Hacker is an audio series about cybercrime, what really happens, how we find the people behind the crimes, and how they are brought to justice. Each season follows the story of a cybercrime and tracks the case until it is solved. But these cases are the success stories. We know one in four American households are victimized by cybercrime. Most never report what happened to the police. Of the tiny fraction that ARE reported, only 3 in 1000 incidents ever see an arrest. This makes c ...
 
We empower industry professionals with relevant real-world training to enhance their professional credentials and skill sets. We provide online courses & board certifications in the areas of Cyber Investigations, Intelligence, Counterintelligence, eCommerce Fraud, Loss Prevention, Digital & Mobile Forensics, Fraud Investigations, Cyber Crime, Human Trafficking, Deception Detection, Criminal Investigations, Leadership & more. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
"moscow::house::selection... - это свежий взгляд на развлекательную музыкально-информационную программу, основной идеей которой является создание у слушателя позитивного настроения, располагающего к спокойному отдыху от трудовых будней и бурных клубных выходных!
 
This show features ideas and interviews related to the development of crime and intelligence analysis in policing. Crime and intelligence analysis are at the heart of the future of policing and will radically improve public safety someday. Listen and learn why we should and how can you bring this change about. First, be informed! Expert guest discussions provide provocative clues...
 
The podcast dedicated to helping people become world class investigators; whether you're new to the industry, or want to up your investigative game by developing your knowledge, Brought to you by Julie Clegg, CEO of Human-i Intelligence Services and one of the stars of channel 4’s hit TV show, Hunted, a 20-year veteran of the investigation world, former detective and undercover operator. Featuring weekly interviews and insights from thought leaders in the intelligence industry including form ...
 
Conversations with American Heroes at the Watering Hole features weekly guests from the military, police and law enforcement, and firefighting community discussing issues important to our Nation’s defenders and first responders. Information on upcoming and previous edpisodes can be found at www.americanheroesradio.com Previous first responder guests have come from federal, state and local law enforcement agencies as well as other emergency first responders such as paramedics, emergency medic ...
 
Are you passionate about helping older people? Maybe you can start your career as an Aged Care worker in Australia. This industry is growing exponentially. The job responsibilities may vary according to the job role. However, there are some requirements to work in this sector. According to the Vulnerable People Act, an employee/volunteer must obtain a Criminal History Check at the time of applying for the job. This ensures that they are fit and proper in taking care of the aged/disabled peop ...
 
Robbery, murder and treason. Strange happenings in quiet English villages. A book critic who happens to find a corpse with its head crushed, an Irish freedom fighter framed for a crime, the disappearance of a valuable coin, a strange dispute over a property claim and a host of other intriguing situations make up the contents of G K Chesterton's collection of short stories The Man Who Knew Too Much. For fans of Chesterton's immortal clerical sleuth, Father Brown, these stories are equally del ...
 
A science fiction novella depicting a thrilling cat-and-mouse game which plays out between a credulous young man and an interstellar safari leader, as the two take up an unanticipated adventure on the mysterious planet Jumala. Norton combines mind control, cunning schemes, interstellar travel, and alien intelligence in an action-packed adventure. The story unfolds with the introduction of Ras Hume, a pilot and Out-Hunter, who with the help of a criminal mastermind from the planet Nahuatl pla ...
 
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Twice, it’s maybe an indicator. Once, it’s nuthin’ at all...to the machines. The Reserve Bank of New Zealand works to clean up its data sources. Wormy student laptops. Daily Food Diary is a glutton for your data. Ransom DDoS. Caleb Barlow examines how we handle disinformation in our runbooks and response plans. Our guest Ron Gula from Gula Tech Adv…
 
Microsoft researchers detail the lengths to which the Solorigate threat actor went to stay undetected and establish persistence. LuckyBoy malvertising is described. Business email compromise as a reconnaissance technique? More reminders about the risks that accompany remote work. Ben Yelin looks at cyber policy issues facing the Biden administratio…
 
Another security company discloses a brush with the threat actor behind Solorigate. Advice on hardening Microsoft 365 against that same threat actor. Chimera turns out to be interested in airlines as well as semiconductor manufacturing intellectual property. Former President Trump’s last Executive Order addresses foreign exploitation of Infrastruct…
 
The European Medicines Agency says stolen emails about vaccine development were altered before being dumped online. Another backdoor is found associated with the SolarWinds supply chain campaign. DNS cache poisoning vulnerabilities are described. FBI renews warnings about vishing. Iran’s “Enemies of the People” disinformation campaign. Vishing is u…
 
19.01.21 Pt 2 - Have you reached that level where you are so completely comfortable with your partner that you have no issues with them taking a poo in your house... or are separate bathrooms an absolute must? Mbulelo is in his element as sports become the centre of conversation. And should your children be the main focus in your relationship, or i…
 
The true culprits behind the hacking of the 2017 presidential inauguration have been identified by authorities, but they won’t know that until nearly a year later. For years, these criminals allegedly stole money here and there from people who never noticed, cared, or reported it. Now, they've poked the bear that's going to strike back. In 2018, th…
 
Dave's got the story of a landlord who may run afoul of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, Ben wonders if the big tech CEOs could be held liable for contact tracking apps, and later in the show my conversation with Joseph Cox. He is a Senior Staff Writer at Motherboard and will be discussing his recent article How Big Companies Spy on Your Emails. W…
 
18.01.21 Pt 2 - If you watch reality shows about people with the worst ailments possible, are you the sick one... or is seeing suffering a humbling experience which makes you grateful to not be 400kgs? Tarryn Gabler, the doctor who stitches baby's bums and calls it pediatric surgery, gives us a wrap about what Covid-19 has been like for a medical p…
 
Microsoft's Corporate Vice President of Cybersecurity Business Development Ann Johnson brings us on her career journey from aspiring lawyer to cybersecurity executive. After pivoting from studying law, Ann started working with computers and found she had a deep technical aptitude for technology and started earning certifications landing in cybersec…
 
Guest Selena Larson, senior cyber threat analyst at Dragos, Inc., joins us to discuss their research into recent observations of ICS-targeting threats to manufacturing organizations. Cyber risk to the manufacturing sector is increasing, led by disruptive cyberattacks impacting industrial processes, intrusions enabling information gathering and proc…
 
Well-constructed phishing and smishing are reported out of Tehran. Estimates of SolarWinds compromise insurance payouts. Notes from industry on the convergence of criminal and espionage TTPs. Social engineering hooks baited with greed. Ring patches a bug that could have exposed users’ geolocation (and their reports of crime). Advice on cyber best p…
 
15.01.21 Pt 2 - First, it was a sword-wielding boet, but now the Fourways area has something even more dangerous to contend with: a hippo. No, we’re not referring to your ex, but an actual semiaquatic mammal that’s found its way into the security complex capital of South Africa. If you want to be a billionaire, take a hint from Jeff Bezos’ ex-wife …
 
15.01.21 Pt 1 - Picky people, beware. The team mulls the idea of restaurants putting up your picture at the entrance so waitrons know who to look out for if they want to avoid trouble. If you think your life is horrible, current events at the Beitbridge border crossing are chilling, and a reminder of a need to be a little humane when we can.…
 
There are other things going on besides Solorigate and deplatforming. There’s news about the SideWinder threat actor and its interest in South Asian cyberespionage targets. Google’s Project Zero describes a complex and expensive criminal effort. CISA discusses threats to cloud users, and offers some security recommendations. A scam-as-a-service aff…
 
14.01.21 Pt 2 - With Donald Trump having effectively been kicked off social media, there are a lot of people asking a lot of questions about free speech on digital platforms, and who decides which voices get heard. The team discusses how citizens need to become more involved in their communities in order to effect change in South Africa. And finall…
 
14.01.21 Pt 1 - The team is tackling the big adult issues, like what should be done with old, blunt knives. In Italy, the biggest mafia trial in over forty years is being set up; hopefully all the witnesses will be around to make an appearance. If you own an air fryer, please stop strutting around the place - it’s a home appliance, not a cure for c…
 
Speculation grows that the Solarigate threat actors were also behind the Mimecast compromise. SolarLeaks says it has the goods taken from FireEye and SolarWinds, but caveat emptor. Notes on Patch Tuesday. Joe Carrigan has thoughts on a WhatsApp ultimatum. Our guest is Andrew Cheung of 01 Communique with an update on quantum computing. And farewell …
 
James Hingeley (left) and Joe Platania speaking via Zoom. Speaking at the January 2021 meeting of the Senior Statesmen of Virginia, Commonwealth’s Attorneys from Albemarle and Charlottesville, James Hingeley and Joe Platania discussed the recent changes in law as passed by the 2020 General Assembly and some of the proposals being put forward for th…
 
13.01.21 Pt 2 - Nudists are fine, but would it be ok with you if your doctor or accountant were known practitioners of naturalism? The team theorises about the trend for chat groups to automatically descend into porn hubs. They also agree that it’s important to always look your best in naked selfies - you never know when your pictures are going to …
 
13.01.21 Pt 1 - We’re all confined by the laws of lockdown, but imagine life in a hotel for ten months. Nosy neighbours aren’t a new thing, although these days we have to contend with the Gestapo-like 'Karen' - the team chats about the most ridiculous behaviours they’ve encountered. And ladies, if you want to destress, take your husband for a walk …
 
A cyberespionage campaign, so far not attributed to any threat actor, continues to prospect government and industry targets in Colombia. A new bit of malware is found in the SolarWinds backdoor compromise. Mimecast certificates are compromised in another apparent software supply chain incident. Ubiquiti tells users to reset their passwords. A brief…
 
Just a few blocks from the U.S. Capitol, the Metropolitan Police Department’s own headquarters has been turned into a crime scene. The 2017 presidential inauguration was just hacked and is being held for ransom. It has all markings of a nation state actor attempting a decapitation strike. But was it? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out in…
 
12.01.21 Pt 2 - The team tackles Covid-related etiquette, like the correct protocol for sneezing in public while wearing a mask. The WhatsApp privacy debate continues, with questions around users' ability to stop the messaging app from sharing their data willy nilly. Arnold Tanzer, Chairman of the Board of Chefs With Compassion, joins the team to d…
 
12.01.21 Pt 1 - If the President is sitting down when South Africa has a 'family meeting', don't worry about it - he just wants to check up on you and let you know that politicians are still doing nothing. If you have taken on the misguided notion of New Year's resolutions, how are those going two weeks into 2021? And Matt Greoning: superstar carto…
 
Similarities are found between Sunburst backdoor code and malware used by Turla. CISA expands advice on dealing with Solorigate. Courts revert to paper...and USB drives. More members of the US Congress report devices stolen during last week’s riot. Online inspiration for violence seems distributed, not centralized. Caleb Barlow examines protocols f…
 
We recently got voted as one of the Top 20 criminal law podcasts to follow in the world https://blog.feedspot.com/criminal_law_podcasts/ God knows how but thanks Feedspot! In this episode we discuss the UK Govt fiasco with primary schools and nursery children, Donald Trump being banned from Twitter, the consequences of words and actions and the ris…
 
11.01.21 Pt 2 - When you're asked to be part of a bridal party, there should be a limit to what you’re prepared to accept before signing up. The team chats about dealing with nightmare family members during lockdown, and people that take celebrity culture on board to live a reality TV lifestyle. Joe Cimino joins the team with some brutal realities …
 
Richard Schragger Sunday Morning Wake-up Call host Rick Moore talks with University of Virginia School of Law and Senior Fellow at the Miller Center, Richard Schragger about the role of elected officials. Topics include: the trade-off among the constitution, constituents preferences and the elected official’s personal belief. Also, a look at the ro…
 
Vice President of Security and Support Operations of Alert Logic Tom Gorup shares how his career path led him from tactics learned in Army infantry using machine guns and claymores to cybersecurity replacing the artillery with antivirus and firewalls. Tom built a security automation solution called the Grunt (in recollection of his role in the Army…
 
Deep Instinct's Shimon Oren joins us to talk about his team's research on "Why Emotet's latest wave is harder to catch than ever before - Part 2." Emotet appears to have reemerged more evasive than before, this time with a payload delivered from a loader that security tools aren’t equipped to handle. Emotet, the largest malware botnet today, starte…
 
Solorigate and its effect on sensitive corporate information. The DC riots show the cybersecurity consequences of brute physical access to systems. A North Korean APT resurfaces with the RokRat Trojan. Ransomware remains very lucrative, and why? Because people continue to pay up. Thomas Etheridge from CrowdStrike on The Role of Outside Counsel in t…
 
08.01.21 Pt 2 - The team gets philosophical about wealth - it’s one thing to be rich, but does being wealthy require a purpose beyond that? If you're dead, firstly hard luck; secondly, a diamond encrusted coffin should be on your burial wishlist. Clare Petra-Matthes a.k.a. Gadget Gal joins the team to talk about the implications of WhatsApp's lates…
 
The year kicks off with a protest that's bound for the history books. Adam discusses the profound infosec repercussions of the storming of the Capitol, as well as the latest news on the SolarWinds hack. Neil Daswani, the co-director of the Stanford Advanced Security Certification Program, joins to talk about the biggest breaches of 2020.…
 
08.01.21 Pt 1 - If you’re an 80’s kid and still in decent shape, count yourself lucky that all the sugar added to food back then didn’t make you obese. Some families stay on holiday beyond New Year's Day, but there’s definitely a time to leave before the irritation factor sets in. With so much to look forward to in 2021, the team just hopes rich pe…
 
CISA updates its guidance on Solorigate, and issues an alert that the threat actor may have used attack vectors other than the much-discussed SolarWinds backdoor. Some reports suggest that a widely used development tool produced by a Czech firm may have been compromised. The cyberespionage campaign is now known to have extended to the Department of…
 
07.01.21 Pt 2 - The team examines whether we should be more fearful of political figures’ global pandemic of stupidity, rather than Covid-19. As we move into the second year of the global lockdown cycle, there are serious questions around the mental health of society and the development of children who will become the next generation of functioning…
 
07.01.21 Pt 1 - A treasonous mob stormed Capitol Hill in the US, resulting in panic about the veracity of Western Democracy. Don’t see lockdown as a hardship, think of it as a highlights package of what retirement will be like - it might give you an idea of how you’ll age. Finally, as an adult, how often should you be having a physical check up?…
 
The US Cyber Unified Coordination Group says the Solorigate APT is “likely Russian in origin.” Threat actors are scanning for systems potentially vulnerable to exploitation through a Zyxel backdoor. ElectroRAT targets crypto wallets. Babuk Locker is called the first new ransomware strain of 2021. The New York Stock Exchange re-reconsiders delisting…
 
06.01.21 Pt 2 - Is Twitter the best way to consume the news in the 21st Century? Everyone has become a medical expert during the outbreak of Covid-19, why are people not trusting the vaccine which is coming out? Why is it that rich people always have awful internet and no sense of how technology works? It turns out Cyril Ramaphosa has time to read …
 
06.01.21 Pt 1 - The team debates whether artists who are found to be kiddy fiddlers should have their music removed from the airwaves or not. Home decor is discussed, specifically how often you should be moving your furniture around. The stereotypically hypermasculine South African man is under the spotlight, and have you ever been in a situation w…
 
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