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CyberSecurity Sense is LBMC Information Security's weekly podcast that provides insight and updates on such information security topics as: IPS Monitoring and Managed IDS Services, Security Information Event Management, Digital Forensic Analysis, Electronic Discovery and Litigation Support, Computer Security Incident Response, Penetration Testing, Risk Assessments, Security Program Planning, Web Application Security Assessments, ACAB LADMF Certification Assessments, CMS Information Security, FedRAMP, FISMA Compliance, HIPAA Compliance, HITRUST CSF Certifications, NIST 800-171 Certifications, PCI Data Security Standards, SOC Reporting and SOX Compliance. 

Oct 3, 2018

All companies are subject to opportunistic attacks, but do you know if you are subject to a targeted attack based on the data you generate or maintain? In this podcast, LBMC Information Security’s Bill Dean addresses this question while diving deeper into the key differences between targeted attacks and opportunistic...


Aug 16, 2018

Since incident response issues are no longer just an IT issue and can often involve legal issues, it is important for organizations to develop an incident response team, seek outside expertise, and have an overall action plan in the event of an incident. In this podcast, LBMC Information Security’s Bill Dean discusses...


Jul 18, 2018

In a previous podcast, we discussed purple-teaming as it compares to a conventional penetration test. Let’s now build on that approach, starting with the differences between attack simulation and conventional penetration tests. The methodology of attack simulation is the assumption that the network or a system will...


Jul 10, 2018

Most penetration testers are considered “red team,” while most defenders are considered “blue team.” Thus, the irony of a conventional penetration test is that these two groups are typically pitted against each other. When the red teams and blue teams are working together, you have what’s called a “purple...


May 8, 2018

The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) permits users certain rights (referred to as “data subject access rights” or “DSARs” in the documentation) that organizations will need to be prepared to accommodate if they must comply with GDPR.

For organizations to be prepared to respond, it’s important...