Episode 7 – UEBA Patent, Cloud Blindness, and Entirely Too Much Cyber

This week’s episode is about a new insider threat technology patent, obscure ISO compliance, Raytheon, and more!

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Show Notes:
Welcome back! This is episode 7 of The Insider Threat podcast, for the week of June 26th, 2017. This just in, I now have the capability to have remote guests on the show and I already have some potential interviews lined up. If any of you would like to come on, contact me through one of the methods I’ll provide at the end of this episode.
ISO 3103:1980 compliance!
Infosec Question of the Week
The question last week was “Robert T. Morris, who was a computer science student at Cornell University and later became a tenured professor at MIT, is said to have launched the Cybersecurity industry when he developed and released this.”
The answer was “the Morris Worm”.
Congratulations to: Elliott from Boise, Alejandro from Chandler, Kirsten from Rochester, and Robin from Winnipeg for getting the correct answer.
Question for this week: “In the late 1980’s, the Computer Emergency Response Team (or CERT) was formed by U.S. Defense Agencies. Where was it initially based?”
Send your response to InfosecAnswer@gmail.com. Be sure to include your first name, location, and the hashtag “Scotty”.
Articles covered in this episode:
The first article this week comes from PR Web and it’s titled: New Fortscale Patent Advances User and Entity Behavior Analytics Market
Federal News Radio came out with an Executive Briefing Series, and this one , written by Tom Temin, is focused on Insider Threat
The next article is by John Maddison, writing for CSO Online, and it is titled “Preventing Cloud Blindness”
Our final article for this week is by Adam Bannister at IFSEC Global, called “The Cyber Intelligence and Security Centre: Businesses are “only seeing 50% of the problem””
Vendor covered in this episode:
Today’s vendor segment is about Raytheon and their new Cyber Protection System
Thought of the Week Segment
Thought of the week:  Pope John the 22nd said, “Consult not your fears but your hopes and your dreams. Think not about your frustrations, but about your unfulfilled potential. Concern yourself not with what you tried and failed in, but with what it is still possible for you to do.”
Thank you for listening to episode 7 of The Insider Threat podcast. Please remember to subscribe and review in your favorite podcast app, and also share with everyone you know! Those reviews are key to building this out and improving for later episodes, so please feel free to leave suggestions.
You can contact me on twitter @stevehigdon or email me at steve@theinsiderthreatpodcast.com. Join our community and discussions on Reddit on the subreddit named insiderthreat (http://reddit.com/r/insiderthreat). If you have a hard time finding it, shoot me an email. We have had some people join the group this week and I hope that will continue to grow along with the show. That is where you will also find the show notes for this and any other episode, as well as links to the topics we’ve covered. Thanks again and I’ll see you folks next time!

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