Trickbot Rises, GRU Hackers Indicted, & Danny Akacki – SWN #75
Danny Akacki discusses how do we, as a NDR product company with an emphasis on user outreach and education, continue not only to keep our product effective for distributed workforce's but also continue to beat the drum on education and knowledge share? It's not easy but we've come up with a few ways both to stay connected to our clients and help them keep an eye on their wires. This segment is sponsored by GigaMon. This segment is sponsored by GigaMon. This segment is sponsored by GigaMon. Visit https://securityweekly.com/gigamon to learn more about them!
Who am I? I’m just a storyteller perpetually looking for a stage. I love nothing more than being able to attend conferences, give talks, write blogs, and find news ways to reach as many people as I can to educate about security. For me, there is no greater satisfaction than community building.
I’ve been fortunate enough to spend my career in Defense, learning from some of the best in the business including teams at Mandiant, GE capital, & most recently as a Security Advocate with Splunk. I love what I do and the people I get to do it with.
- 1. Waze has an api vulnerability
- 2. GRU Sandworm Unit Indicted by US Department of Justice
- 3. Trickbot rises from the dead after Microsoft and Cyber Command attacks
- 4. APS hiding in plain sight on high volume servers
- 5. Singapore will implement National Facial ID system next year
- 6. Twitter Hack from July info released
- 7. Donald Trump describes hackers as somebody sitting on their bed that weighs 400 pounds
- 8. Donald Trump says nobody gets hacked
- 9. Hershey released a creepy rolling door with automated halloween candy