FIRST.org Podcasts 2010

Martin sits down with Steven Adair at the conference to discuss a bit about The Shadowserver Foundation and his presentation, "Targeted Intrusions & Cyber Espionage-Wake up!" Steven is a security researcher at the Shadowserver Foundation and a principal architect at eTouch Federal Systems. Steven spoke at the 22nd Annual FIRST conference on Monday, June 14 @1330.

Randy Trzeciak is a senior member of the technical staff at CERT/CC. He leads the insider threat team, focusing on insider threat research, threat analysis and modeling. Randy has over 19 years of experience in the field of information security and is an adjunct professor at Carnegie Mellon's Heinz College, School of Information Systems and Management. Randy presents at Annual FIRST Conference on Monday, June 16th @14:30.

Jason Larsen is a cyber security researcher at the Idaho National Laboratory. He specializes in the technical details of testing and exploiting industrial control systems. He has a wide range of publications on control systems including SCADA, AMI, Wireless Sensor Networks, and good old-fashioned software exploitation. He is a sought after speaker in both the United States and Internationally. Jason will be presenting Wednesday, June 16 @10:00AM.

Martin talks with FIRST Program Chair, Andrew Cushman, Director of Security Response and Outreach at Microsoft's Trustworthy Computing. Andrew is a driving force behind the company's security researcher outreach strategy and execution efforts, formulating the Responsible Disclosure Initiative and initiating the BlueHat security conference franchise. Andrew will be in Miami all week and moderating the panel, "Implications of the Cloud" on Thursday, June 17 @11:00.

In this episode, Martin McKeay talks to Philip R. Reitinger, Deputy Under Secretary for the National Protection Programs Directorate (NPPD) and Director of the National Cybersecurity Center (NCSC). DUS Reitinger provides strategic direction to the Department's cybersecurity efforts while ensuring preparedness and response capabilities across all US federal computer systems. DUS Reitinger kicks off the 2010 FIRST Conference with his Keynote, Monday, June 14th @0900.

Ramses Martinez is Director of Information Security for VeriSign and leads a team that is responsible for all aspects of information security of global DNS, PKI and SSL infrastructure operated by VeriSign. Ramses talks about his presentation "Incident Response to Social Engineering Attacks." He is scheduled to present on Monday, June 14 from 1330-1430.