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The Cyber Crime Lab Podcast

Sep 27, 2022

Instead of saying, “It’s not going to happen to me,” business owners should take the advice of GroupSense CEO & Co-Founder Kurtis Minder and spend the time to prepare for what is the reality: small businesses will get hit by a ransomware attack.


Kurtis and host Andy Anderson discuss:


- Why it’s unreasonable...

Aug 30, 2022

To deal with today’s scams and frauds you have to change your default mindset. You have to adjust your expectations and set your default to skepticism, says Roger Grimes, Data-Driven Defense Evangelist at KnowBe4.


Roger and host Andy Anderson discuss:

  • Why “just implement MFA” isn’t a solution.
  • How some people...

Aug 10, 2022

When someone has three decades of experience in cybersecurity, they certainly should qualify to be a “cybersecurity evangelist.”


That’s what Michael O’Hara, Certified Information Systems Security Professional at KB Communications, calls himself, and that’s why we invited him onto the podcast.


Along with...

Jul 27, 2022

While cybercrime is relatively new, criminals tend to organize themselves in traditional ways.


Vincent D’Agostino, Head of Cyber Forensics and Incident Response at BlueVoyant, has had plenty of experience with traditional organized crime during his time at the FBI which has given him insights into his current work...

Jul 13, 2022

We read about ransomware cases in the news but it’s not often that we get to hear one of the “good guys” share their step-by-step process for solving a case.


Luckily one of the good guys, Devon Ackerman, Practice Lead & Head of #DFIR Services for North America at Kroll, is sharing details of two cases on...