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NCF-66 Building Excitement in The future of Cyber Security with Circadence

February 27, 2018

Today’s show is about developing the next generation cybersecurity workforce, industry partnerships and excitement about what is in store for the future of cybersecurity. Abe talks to our guest Joshua Davis the Director of Strategic Partnerships at Circadence.

This interesting conversation about the balance between technical and soft skills hits a key area of concern for the workforce in general. Circadence a company which started by making video games now also has Cyber Range training platforms for educating new cyber professionals. Hear the connection between gamification and cyber training.

Thank you, both Abe and Josh for a great show. 

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NCF-65 Securing Oil & Gas Infrastructure with BHGE

February 21, 2018

Security for the Oil and Gas industry with Baker Hughes General Electric is the topic for today’s show. This industry is unique as are the requirements for security. Digital security and remote access are key challenges because the remote devices used are mostly unattended by people. If you have ever seen the hundreds of miles of oil pumps on the fields in the western US you can understand this challenge.

Paul Brager, CISSP, GICSP, CISM, the Product Security Leader At Baker Hughes GE, our guest gives an insight to this world and the current state of cyber security. Learn the, challenges, weaknesses, and opportunities which exist in this industry. Paul explains how designing security into systems from the ground up is his primary challenge, as the current products were not designed with cyber security in mind.

 

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NFC-64 (GDPR) European Union Changes the Game For Privacy

February 13, 2018

Individualized Privacy, is the term which best describes the topic for today show. Out Guest David Kruger The CTO of Absio speaks with our co-host Abe about the direction for the future of privacy controls. The European Union has been leading the way with General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). This regulation is very restrictive and imposes some steep penalties on companies who allow the release of Personally Identifying Information (PII).

Mr Kruger s company Absio offers an easy to use tool for software developers to design privacy controls on their data. This technology which has been optimized by Absio for several years is in many ways ahead of the market. But GDPR may be just the driver needed to expedite the individualized privacy era. Company cannot afford the steep fines that the EU will impose for infractions on individual privacy. Listen to learn more about GDPR and some solutions you can look into.

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NCF-63 FedRAMP Demystified With Coalfire’s Cyber Risk Director

February 6, 2018

What is required for Cloud Security? For many of us the Cloud is a mystic creature that we use to store data and to perform operations, but if we were asked to define it, we would be at a loss. Today's Guest Abel Sussman Director with Coalfire's Cyber risk advisory services, shed some light on Cloud and requirements for Securing the Cloud.

Abel discusses FedRAMP requirements, and how companies can become compliant with the requirements to be a government cloud services provider. FedRAMP is a government-wide program that provides a standardized approach to security assessment, authorization, and continuous monitoring for cloud products and services. Our discussion today was definitely one that I learned a lot from, as it is not an everyday topic for most of us.

Thanks for being on the show Abel, and explaining to us what you do at Coalfire. 

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NCF-62 SecureSet, Cyber workforce development, and an Introduction to Our New Host

January 30, 2018

Today we introduce you to a new member of the team at New Cyber Frontier. Commander Abe Thompson who will be co-hosting New Cyber Frontier tells us about his background and passion for cyber workforce development. Abe a retired U.S. Navy Commander is one of the  “anchors” of the Colorado Cyber Community. It is only fitting that we bring him onboard. (and yes lots of Navy Puns in this show).

We also discuss some amazing things happening at SecureSet Academy A cyber skills academy where Abe is the Campus Director. I think you will enjoy both this introduction show and hearing from Abe on a regular basis as he takes over as host for some of the New Cyber Frontier future shows.

Welcome Abe and we are looking forward to hearing from you.

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NCF-61 Cyber Security for Ships on the Ocean with CIMSEC

January 24, 2018

As we explore the age of automation, one can imagine a time when ships on the ocean are no longer manned by people. Our guest today, Nick Anderson of the Center for International Maritime Security (CIMSEC) tells us that a day when most of the ships on the ocean are unmanned, may be closer to a reality than a day when the majority of vehicles operate without drivers. Large relatively slow operations of ships are a natural fit for automated controls.

When a ship is automated, the communications and control of them becomes extremely critical as they become targets of electronic hijacking. CIMSEC is working to implement and oversee the security related to ocean going vessels. Hear as we discuss the challenges and give some insight into a world that many of us may never have given a second thought. 

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NCF-60 Security Information and Event Monitoring 101

January 16, 2018

Guest Joe Bonnell tells us the main problem in the Cyber Security Industry is the same thing we have struggled with for sixteen years. Joe and his company Alchemy Security provide solution for Security Information and Event Monitoring (SIEM) to their customers. If you asked yourself what is SIEM, than you will want to be sure to hear this show. 

Today's talk is not only for novice in SIEM but will be valuable for everyone. You will hear several great candid comments about the state of the CyberSecurity Industry as we discuss some challenges near and dear to the guest. I know we learned several thing in the course of the show as you will hear our host mention several times.

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NCF-59 Things to do - Before Calling that High Priced Penetration Tester

January 9, 2018

BlackNight Cyber brings us some valuable information on how to avoid some of the high cost of top dollar penetration testers. Some of their competition may not like the free advice they give on todays show, but I think you will enjoy it. Today's guest Josh Stinson and Jeramie Crabtree, tell us to "stop and do these top 10 things" before calling that high priced penetration tester.

1) Know your business risks and identify your information crown jewels

2) Identify basic vulnerabilities using free version of Nessus

3) Identify what regulation is related to your business and how do you stand vs required thresholds.

4) Check that you do not use default Logins on: cameras, printers, routers, wireless networks

5) Determine if you use older Operating systems that are not supported by Microsoft: Vista or older will cause large amounts of time spent making penetration testing reports

6) Check for unknown wireless access points

7) Know your plan for "bring your own device" (BYOD)

8) Have an employee connected, informed, and attending CISO organization events

9) Connect with and attend local ISSA Chapter, ISC2 or NCC events

10) Subscribe to Cyberwire, HackFive, New Cyber Frontier, or other Cyber education series

We thank both of our guest and company BlackNight for the valuable direction on do-it-yourself actions to save us all some valuable resources.

 

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NCF-58 Apozy Anti-Phishing & Anti Malware

January 2, 2018

Welcome to the new year, today...We have an update on Colorado Economic Development and a discussion on Anti-Phishing & Anti Malware with a guest from Apozy.

Make sure to participate in the Cyber Security Economic Development Survey:

http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/4077063/Colorado-Springs-Cybersecurity-Survey

Our Guest for today's show is Rick Deacon, A self identified hacker of MySpace who was one of the earlier identifiers of web weaknesses which we know as Cross-Site Scripting. Apozy his company has products which work inside your browser to blacklist phishing and web based malware.

Hear about Ricks experience as a young hacker presenting at Defcon and how his experience shaped his approach to protect against phishing attacks.

 

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NCF-57 Business Application Firewalls the Next Generation of Data Analytics

December 21, 2017

Bernard Harguindeguy CEO of Elastic Beam and the original developer of the Chrome browser purchased by Google is our guest for today's show. Bernard who has founded several startups over the last 30 years has an new venture in his latest startup Elastic Beam. Their technology which he describes as an API Security product monitors a companies data access interfaces known as Application Programing Interfaces (API) to provide security for the company's data.

Elastic Beam API Behavioral Security (ABS) applies AI techniques to API transactions for accurate attack detection, and insightful forensic and compliance reporting. After todays talk my take away is that it appears Artificial Intelligence is taking shape in some concrete applications.

 

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