• Cybersecurity Sessions

  • By: Netacea
  • Podcast
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Cybersecurity Sessions

By: Netacea
  • Summary

  • Cybersecurity Sessions is a concise yet insightful monthly podcast featuring security leaders from Netacea, alongside other technology experts. At Netacea we are interested not just in the technology behind cyber-attacks, but also the intent. How do they affect different businesses, sectors, and even wider society? What stories are out there of cybersecurity woes and wins? To find out, we invite experts from all over the tech world to share their experiences and learnings. No subject is off limits for discussion on the Cybersecurity Sessions.
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  • Nov 10 2022

    In a recent Netacea report, 60% of businesses reported a minor financial impact caused by bots skewing their analytics, and with the busiest eCommerce period of the year fast approaching, businesses need to fight back.

    How do bots affect businesses’ data, marketing campaigns and paid media planning? Host and Principal Security Researcher Cyril Noel-Tagoe is joined by Spike’s Head of Paid Media Matt Wilkinson to discuss the effect bots will have on marketing analytics this Black Friday and how to keep your enterprise’s analytics safe from automated threats during periods of peak traffic.

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    24 mins
  • Nov 2 2022

    Illicit forums and dark web marketplaces are so closely guarded that it’s almost impossible to know how many stolen user accounts, digital assets, or data leaks are exposed, let alone who is responsible. But the more we can uncover, the better we can defend against attacks and hold threat actors accountable.

    In this bonus episode, Cyril is joined by his boss and Netacea’s Head of Threat Research, Matthew Gracey-McMinn. They swap stories from the trenches of cyber-threat intelligence gathering, where they infiltrate criminal forums and marketplaces to root out attackers and their tactics in stealing accounts, data and digital resources from businesses and individuals.

    Matthew Gracey-McMinn, Head of Threat Research at Netacea

    Matthew is an experienced cyber threat intelligence professional with an MPhil from the University of Oxford. Matthew leads the Threat Research team at Netacea, which researches and investigates the impact of malicious bots on online businesses and their customers, both augmenting Netacea’s bot management solution and providing distinct threat intelligence services.

    Key points
    • Building an effective threat research team and function
    • How threat researchers gain access to criminal communities
    • The team’s most interesting findings and successful investigations
    • How threat intelligence strengthens other areas of security like bot management
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    31 mins
  • Oct 20 2022

    Bonus episode: Cybersecurity Sessions host Cyril Noel-Tagoe was recently featured on the Mimecast podcast series Phishy Business. Cyril joined hosts Alice Jeffery and Brian Pinnock, plus fellow guest, Mimecast Senior Product Manager Dr Kiri Addison, for a fascinating conversation about bots and what they are used for (both good and bad).

    About Phishy Business

    Fed up with the same old cybersecurity stories? Come with us on a journey that explores the lesser-known side. Whether it’s social engineering, taking criminals to court or the journalists hunting down hackers — our new podcast series, Phishy Business, looks for new ways to think about cybersecurity. Mimecast’s very own Brian Pinnock and Alice Jeffery are joined by guests from a range of unique security specialisms. Each episode explores tales of risk, reward and just a dash of ridiculousness to learn how we can all improve in the fight to stay safe. For more tales of risk, reward and ridiculousness, subscribe to Phishy Business on iTunes, Spotify, Anchor or wherever you get your podcasts.


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    31 mins

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