On the 53rd episode of The Silver Bullet Security Podcast, Gary interviews Richard Bejtlich, Director of Incident Response for General Electric and Principal Technologist for GE’s Global Infrastructure Services division. They discuss whether it’s better to look for known problems or anomalies when performing network security monitoring, how to explain security incidents to “business guys,” the notion of “building visibility in,” and the difference between working as an independent consultant in a very small shop and working in a large corporation.
Show 114: Peter Clay Discusses the Evolution of the CISO Role
Show 113: Chandu Ketkar Discusses Software Security Best Practices
Show 112: Steve Bellovin and Matt Green discuss “Crypto Wars II”
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