The Cyber5 Podcast

Mars’ Andrew Stanley

Episode 8 of the podcast discusses why adversarial context is critical to leverage the proper resources of a security operations team with CISO of Mars Andrew Stanley.
Outline:

  • (00:25) Introductions
  • (03:43) Question 1 – What types of threats are uninteresting to you? What types lead you to investigate outside of your firewall?
  • (05:17) Question 2 – What are the questions you look to answer?
  • (07:33) Question 3 – What answers do you look for outside of the network?
  • (09:48) Question 4 – How have you built this into your decision-making?
  • (11:47) Question 5 – What are the impacts that you’ve seen in employing this overall strategy?
  • (14:08) RECAP & Takeaways

Episode 8 | July 24, 2020

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