Charles Herring, CTO of witfoo, joins this episode of Security Confidential. He started his career in Information Security in 2002 with the US Navy, serving as the Network Security Officer at the US Naval Postgraduate School. Charles has been a contributing product reviewer for InfoWorld Magazine and spent 7 years running Herring Consulting a firm dedicated to process orchestration. Charles is dedicated to maturing the craft of Infosec.
02:12 Getting a start in Cybersecurity and transition to civilian life
13:22 7 unstable conversations in Cybersecurity
14:40 Establishing a unit of work-increasing deterrence
20:04 Law Enforcement success with cyber crimes-Sharing Information
24:34 How to vet the quality of Threat Intelligence
26:47 Dealing with the Unknown-Unknowns-Zero Day Attack
33:26 1st unstable conversation-understanding all the data from the toolsets
36:36 2nd unstable conversation-managing the investigators
37:28 3rd unstable conversation-security practice communicating with the business
40:23 4th unstable conversation-security vendors lie
41:42 5th unstable conversation-challenges in sharing information by orgs
42:00 6th unstable conversation-law enforcement sharing information
42:04 7th unstable conversation-law enforcement lacks evidence to prosecute
43:30 What is witfoo?
50:10 Breaking in Bad
To learn more about Charles visit https://www.linkedin.com/in/cdherring/
To learn more about witfoo visit https://www.witfoo.com
Dark Rhino Security’s “Security Confidential” is a weekly Cybersecurity podcast where Host, Manoj Tandon, talks to Infosec and Cybersecurity professionals about the current issues going on in our industry. Guests are able to share their stories about how they began their journey into cybersecurity and connect with our audience. Listeners are able to tune in through Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music, iHeartRadio, Youtube, LinkedIn, and more.
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Check out the other episodes in Season 5:
Ep. 1 Charles Herring – CTO of Witfoo
Ep. 2 Naomi Buckwalter – How to build a Great Cybersecurity Program
Ep. 3 Michele Wucker – You are what you risk
Ep. 4 Sean Sweeney – CISO and Cloud Security Expert
Ep. 5 Laura Tich – Founder of She_Hacks
Ep. 6 Mia Landsem – Hacktivist helping victims of Image Abuse
Ep. 7 Dennis Underwood – CEO of the Cybercrucible
Ep. 8 Brandon Keath – Founder of the Hacking Lab
Ep. 9 Confidence Stavely – CyberSafe Foundation
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