The Insider Threat Podcast Episode 5 – Save the Data!

Another week, another topic!

This episode is about insider threat month, data protection, CyberArk, and more! Don’t miss it!

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  • Show Notes
    • Welcome back! This is episode 5 of The Insider Threat podcast, for the week of June 12th, 2017. With all the feedback I’ve received, I realized that we need a way to chat about these topics and share ideas. For that, I have created a subreddit on Reddit.com. That is where I will be putting the show notes for each episode, and I think we could all benefit if you contribute there as well.
    • Please keep sending your stories! It lets me know of actual issues out there in your organizations and lets me use this as a medium to share the information to a large audience. As I said before, I’ll be sure to anonymize the stories to keep everyone out of deep water.
    • Infosec Question of the Week
      • It’s time for your Infosec Question of the Week, where Google is king and the prize is nonexistent!
      • The question last week was “In 1997, a hacker group was angry about hackers being falsely accused of electronically stalking a Canadian family. They broke into the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation’s web site and left a message saying: “The media are liars.” The family’s own 15-year-old son was eventually identified as the stalking culprit. What was the name of this group?”
      • The answer was “The Brotherhood of Warez”. I apologize to our Canadian listeners for the quick jab in last week’s hashtag.
      • Congratulations to:
        • Elliot from Calgary
        • Kelly from Houston
        • Bruce from St. Paul
        • Rubin from Glendale, Arizona
        • And our first two-time winner, Isaac from Washington State, for getting the correct answer.
      • Here’s your question for this week: Guido van Rossum was born in the Netherlands, worked for several international tech organizations, and now works for Dropbox. While all these are great fetes, what is he most famous for?
      • Send your response to InfosecAnswer@gmail.com. Be sure to include your first name, location, and the hashtag “cherry pie”.
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