This week on Dark Rhiino Security’s Security Confidential podcast, Host Manoj Tandon talks to Cyber Mercenary Chris Rock. Chris Rock is no stranger to Security Confidential. He is a three-time presenter at DEFCON, Author of The Baby Harvest, and Co-Founder of SIEMonster. Chris has spent the last 30 years in the Middle East, the US, and Asia preventing cyber attacks for governments and private organizations alike.
00:16 Our Guest
01:19 What does the talent pool look like for our industry?
04:48 Do you see any non-traditional jobs entering the field?
06:01 Researching how companies and AI handle the finances
08:25 How money is moved through the drug trade
13:09 The Advancement of Natural Language Processes
18:03 How do you build trust?
18:59 The further we go into an automated environment, the easier it is to hack
23:07 Would you rather come up against a Bank teller or a Bot?
25:30 Ransomeware as a service
29:04 Defeating MFA and how we deal with it
38:14 Shelf Babies: Killing and Birthing someone virtually
50:02 More about Chris
Dark Rhiino 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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