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The Cyber Crime Lab Podcast

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...

Jun 22, 2022

As ransomware and other cyberattacks become less frequently something that people only hear about on the news, and more often something that has touched them personally, the importance of being prepared for such attacks should be a big priority.


Someone who has been part of a team that has handled over 100 ransomware...

Jun 15, 2022

It might be easy to characterize cyber criminals as random threat actors, but plenty of them work within sophisticated organizations that function like legitimate businesses.

Someone who has observed their behaviors up close is Mark Lance, Senior Director of Cyber Defense at GuidePoint Security. On this episode of The...