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Set in the heart of Scripps Research (California), this podcast highlights fascinating areas of current research, explores relevant scientific career paths and discusses wider topics in science and technology. Your host: Drew Duglan -Further descriptions and more detailed show notes can be found on the pages of each individual episode- You can also listen on Spotify and Apple/Google Podcasts Follow us on social media for more updates: @scrippsresearch on Twitter and Instagram @ScrippsResearc ...
 
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CISA outlines the FiveHands ransomware campaign. Circumstantial evidence suggests that some cybergangs are either controlled by or are doing contract work for Russian intelligence services. US Federal agencies turn their attention to software supply chain security. Scripps Health continues its recovery from cyberattack. Insecure home routers in the…
 
Colonial Pipeline shuts down some systems after a ransomware attack, disrupting refined petroleum product delivery in the Eastern US. We’ll check in with Sergio Caltagirone from Dragos for his analysis. Other ransomware attacks hit city and Tribal governments. Joint UK-US alert on SVR tactics issued, and the SVR may have changed its methods accordi…
 
Dr. Ed Ramos is director of Digital Clinical Trials for the Scripps Research Digital Trials Center. Listen as we talk about empowering the individual with wearable health devices, the worst foods for spiking our blood sugar and the importance of lifelong flexibility.Show notes:PROGRESS study enrollmenthttps://progress.scripps.edu/ PROGRESS study ex…
 
In this episode, we are privileged to feature Tim Reilly, CEO of Zettaset, a data protection provider that is transforming encryption for leading organizations. Tim discusses how his company delivers solutions to ensure the protection of data within the healthcare vertical no matter how or where it is stored. He shares clear examples of how data se…
 
Good security gets out of the way of users while getting in the way of adversaries. Passwords fail on both accounts. Users feel the pain of adhering to complex password policies. Adversaries simply copy, break, or brute-force their way in. Why, then, have we spent decades with passwords as the primary factor for authentication?From the very first t…
 
VP of Global Solutions Architecture at eSentire Tia Hopkins shares her career journey and talks about its beginnings in engineering and pivots into cybersecurity leadership. Tia shares how she liked to take things apart when she was young, including the brand new computer her mother bought her and how she was fascinated by all the pieces of it spre…
 
Guest Mike McLellan from Secureworks joins us to share his team's insights about SUPERNOVA and threat group attribution. Similarities between the SUPERNOVA activity and a previous compromise of the network suggest that SPIRAL was responsible for both intrusions and reveal information about the threat group. In late 2020, Secureworks® Counter Threat…
 
In this episode, we are excited to host the amazing Adam Samson, Director of Clinical Operations at Curebase. Curebase is focused on decentralizing the clinical research solution and getting drugs to market faster. Adam discusses how his company partners with contract research organizations or CROs as well as sponsors to offer the most flexible sol…
 
In this episode of the SONSIEL series, we are privileged to host Molly McCarthy and Kelly Robke. Molly McCarthy is the National Director of US Health Provider and Plans for Microsoft. Kelly is the current US Health and Chief Nursing Officer at Microsoft. Kelly and Molly discuss how their company contributes not just to the technology but also the p…
 
Some possible insight into what a Chinese cyberespionage unit is up to. Hackathons, from Beijing to Washington (the one sponsored by Beijing developed an iPhone zero-day used against China’s Uyghurs). Panda Stealer is after crypto wallets. Microsoft's Kevin Magee reflects on lessons learned in the last year. Our own Rick Howard speaks with Todd Nei…
 
In this episode, as part of the Nurse Leadership Series with SONSIEL, we are privileged to host a fantastic guest, Dr. Chris Recinos. She is the CEO and Founder of the Nurse Leader Network podcast and the creator of the mental health app for teens Hello Harmony. The Nurse Leader Network podcast is dedicated to helping nurse leaders with tools, reso…
 
In this inaugural episode of the SONSIEL series, we are privileged to feature two amazing nurse leaders - Rebecca Love and Robin Cogan - to kick off the series. Rebecca is the President at SONSIEL and Robin is a Nationally Certified School Nurse and is the legislative co-chair for the New Jersey State School Nurses Association. Rebecca and Robin di…
 
Belgium sustains a DDoS attack that knocks parliamentary sessions offline. New malware strains identified in phishing campaign. Threat actors look for ways of working around multi-factor authentication and open authentication. COVID-19 scams continue online, and attract law enforcement attention. Joe Carrigan describes a compromised password manage…
 
In this episode, we are excited to host the outstanding Naveen Kathuria, CEO at eFamily Care. eFamilyCare is a digital platform that connects family caregivers with professional care advisers. Naveen discusses how his company supports the family caregiver, reduces cost, and improves patient outcomes. He also shares his insights on opportunities, ov…
 
Picture of the Week. REvil hacks Apple supplier Quanta Computer. World-famous Scripps Health taken down. The Big Emotet Botnet Takedown. Emotet's 4,324,770 eMail addresses. Have I Been Pwned domain-wide notifications. QNAP. Gravity NNTP Newsreader updated to v3.0.11.0 Just a bit more about Dan Kaminsky. Closing the Loop. The Ransomware Task Force. …
 
Picture of the Week. REvil hacks Apple supplier Quanta Computer. World-famous Scripps Health taken down. The Big Emotet Botnet Takedown. Emotet's 4,324,770 eMail addresses. Have I Been Pwned domain-wide notifications. QNAP. Gravity NNTP Newsreader updated to v3.0.11.0 Just a bit more about Dan Kaminsky. Closing the Loop. The Ransomware Task Force. …
 
Pulse Secure patches its VPN, and CISA for one thinks you ought to apply those fixes. Apple has also patched two zero-days in its Webkit engine. Scripps Health recovers from what’s said to be a ransomware attack. Researchers describe Genesis, a criminal market for digital fingerprints. Ben Yelin described a grand jury subpoena for Signal user data.…
 
In this podcast, Allyson Jacobsen, Global Marketing Director of Artificial Intelligence and Analytic solutions at GE HealthCare discusses what her company is leveraging AI and technology to improve the quality of care while also reducing cost. GE HealthCare holds to very strict AI principles to ensure that the models will be trusted and won't be bi…
 
Possible data exposure at the Philippines’ Office of the Solicitor General. In the US, FISA surveillance targets dropped during 2020’s pandemic. The Babuk gang says it’s giving up encryption to concentrate on doxing. A new version of the Buer loader is out in the wild. Rick Howard looks at security in the energy sector. Betsy Carmelite from Booz Al…
 
CEO and co-founder of SafeGuard Cyber Jim Zufoletti shares his journey starting out as an intrepreneur and transformation into a serial entrepreneur in cybersecurity. Jim shares how he got his feet wet working for others as an intrepreneur and catching the entrepreneurial bug in the mid-90s. He has co-founded a number of companies starting with Fre…
 
Guest Jen Miller-Osborn from Palo Alto Networks' Unit 42 joins Dave to discuss their 2021 Unit 42 Ransomware Threat Report, which highlights a surge in ransomware demands based on a global analysis of the threat landscape in 2020. To evaluate the current state of the ransomware threat landscape, the Unit 42 threat intelligence team and the Crypsis …
 
The US Government expands its investigation into Pulse Secure VPN compromises. Microsoft discloses its discovery of BadAlloc IoT and OT vulnerabilities. Someone’s distributing Purple Lambert spyware. Chinese intelligence services seem to be backdooring the Russian defense sector. Financially motivated criminals are exploiting SonicWall VPN vulnerab…
 
In these trying times, we look forward to the care and support we receive from family and friends. Can you imagine how having such a tight-knit and loving support would do to elderly people? In this episode, we are happy to host Carlos Montero-Luque, who runs Huginntech, a company dedicated to ensuring families can support their elderly loved ones …
 
An API bug may have exposed credit ratings. A study offers advice for the new anti-ransomware task forces emerging in the US and elsewhere. Israelis warned to keep their cyber-guard up on Quds Day next week. Russia says it would spot any US cyberattack before it hit. The US Congress considers establishing surge cyber response capacity. Dinah Davis …
 
Today, we are privileged to feature the outstanding Jo Bhakdi, Founder and CEO of Quantgene. Jo discusses how his company is building the most advanced genomics technology that can detect cancer and other diseases earlier, while they are easier to treat. He talks about the genesis of the Quantgene, the benefits of merging genomic sequencing with AI…
 
Ghostwriter is back, and has moved its “chaos troops” against fresh targets in Poland and Germany. The Naikon APT has a new secondary backdoor. FluBot, temporarily inhibited by police raids, is back, and expanding its infection of Android devices across Europe. Microsoft is rethinking how much, and with whom, it wants to share vulnerability informa…
 
Today, we are privileged to host Fred Johnson, a seasoned global strategist and leader, and the President & CFO at Team Select Home Care. Fred talks about his reason for getting up every day and that os pioneering new home cares for medically fragile children. He explains the challenges faced by the family of medically fragile children, the difficu…
 
Remembering Dan Kaminsky. Week before last was Patch Tuesday. Google's Project Zero responds to today's patch latency reality. Baking security into IoT UNethical security research. CloudFlare refuses to knuckle under to Patent Trolls. Closing The Loop. The Mystery of AS8003. We invite you to read our show notes at https://www.grc.com/sn/SN-816-Note…
 
Remembering Dan Kaminsky. Week before last was Patch Tuesday. Google's Project Zero responds to today's patch latency reality. Baking security into IoT UNethical security research. CloudFlare refuses to knuckle under to Patent Trolls. Closing The Loop. The Mystery of AS8003. We invite you to read our show notes at https://www.grc.com/sn/SN-816-Note…
 
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