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Building Capable Threat Intelligence Programs
Feb 21, 2024

Building Capable Threat Intelligence Programs

It's possible to build effective cyber threat intelligence programs with smaller teams, but stakeholder buy-in is important. John Fokker of Trellix describes how security teams can improve their CTI programs.

Cybercrime Exposed Podcast: Botnet Breakup
Feb 06, 2024

Cybercrime Exposed Podcast: Botnet Breakup

The Qakbot or QBot botnet was used by cybercriminal gangs to infiltrate computers, steal their data, conduct financial crime and deploy ransomware. But in 2023, law enforcement hacked the hackers. Here's the story.

Testing the Efficacy of Security Software
Jan 24, 2024

Testing the Efficacy of Security Software

In this edition of Studio 471, Simon Edwards of SE Labs walks through how his company tests security products based on the cyber kill chain and MITRE ATT&CK.

Cybercrime Exposed Podcast: The Xbox One Hack
Jan 09, 2024

Cybercrime Exposed Podcast: The Xbox One Hack

In the early 2010s, a group of malicious hackers had a goal: to build a Durango, which was the code name for Microsoft’s next-generation gaming console, eventually known as the Xbox One.

Vulnerability Management and Patching: Outrunning Attackers
Dec 13, 2023

Vulnerability Management and Patching: Outrunning Attackers

In this edition of Studio 471, Patrick Garrity of Nucleus Security shares the effects of the KEV list across the security industry, his research into the KEV, and how threat intelligence can guide patching efforts.

Cybercrime Exposed Podcast: Social Engineering
Dec 06, 2023

Cybercrime Exposed Podcast: Social Engineering

In this episode of Cybercrime Exposed, Bluma Janowitz, a social engineer and red team agent, describes two of her engagements to test an organization’s defenses against malicious hackers.

Mandiant’s CTO: A Bad Year for Ransomware and Extortion
Nov 28, 2023

Mandiant’s CTO: A Bad Year for Ransomware and Extortion

In this edition of Studio 471, Mandiant CTO Charles Carmakal says half of all ransomware or extortion victims are paying ransoms. Sometimes, that is to prevent the release of sensitive data, while others pay to speed up recovery – even if the organizations have backups.

Cybercrime Exposed Podcast: The Extortionists
Nov 07, 2023

Cybercrime Exposed Podcast: The Extortionists

In one long weekend in May 2023, a cybercriminal gang called Clop conducted one of the largest data breaches on record.

Should Ransom Payments Be Made Illegal?
Oct 24, 2023

Should Ransom Payments Be Made Illegal?

In this edition of Studio 471, Megan discusses the future of the Ransomware Task Force, whether ransom payments should be banned and how organizations are strengthening baseline security.

Cybercrime Exposed Podcast: The Phisherman
Oct 10, 2023

Cybercrime Exposed Podcast: The Phisherman

In this episode of Cybercrime Exposed, Bex Nitert, an incident response and forensics professional in Australia describes herself as a digital firefighter who helps organizations after they’ve been hacked. She often investigates phishing, the term for stealing login credentials with the aim of taking over accounts and systems.