Command and Control is a podcast with one sole purpose, to provide the very best and the very latest in expert knowledge in the field of Information Security. Each episode will focus on a particular Infosec topic, (e.g. DDoS, WAF, Next Gen Firewalls) and provide a deep dive into the threats, the challenges and the solutions that will help make your organisation more secure. If you’ve any comments, questions or feedback then we’d love to hear from you, just send us a tweet at @c2_fm (DM’s are open).
Each episode has accompanying show notes accessible via the website where you’ll find useful resources and information mentioned in that episode.
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You can browse through the list of podcasts on the Podcast page.
And there’s a selection of text only blog posts on the Blog page.
Here’s a concise list of all the episodes so far:
Episode 5 – Antivirus Testing Exposed – Discussing Antivirus Testing with Chad Skipper from Cylance
Episode 4 – Jeremiah Grossman Interview – Discussing his career and recommendations for Application Security.
Episode 3 – The Top 10 Web Hacks of 2015 – Discussing the Top 10 Web Hacks of 2015.
Episode 2 – The Hacktivism Front Line – Deep dive into the world of online hacktivism.
Episode 1 – Meet The Hackers – Interview with New world Hackers hacking group. (DDoS)
Here’s some of the iTunes we’ve received by our international listeners
Great security podcast!
Based on the first episode, a rare interview with the team behind what was reported to be the largest DDoS attack ever seen, this looks to be a great security-focused podcast. Looking forward to further episodes!
Meet the hackers
by Tony Hart Not
A fascinating insight into the mind, motivation and techniques used by one of the most well known hactivists. Definitely worth a listen, I look forward to the next podcast.
Listened to first episode, interesting to hear from people on the attack versus those on defense.
Very relevant for today’s cyber-security experts
Somehow, Carl has managed to secure an interview with First World Hackers – the guys who brought down the BBC on New Year’s Eve. What follows is an in-depth technical discussion around their methods, their rationale, and their opinion of industry-standard mitigation controls. We hear a lot from so-called cyber experts who want to sell us their wares – but rarely do we hear an interview with the perpetrators of an attack. A very interesting perspective, and very original.