Sivan Rauscher is the Co-Founder and CEO of SAM Seamless Network. Previously, Sivan worked at Comsec Global, overseeing cyber projects and high-level strategic consulting in Israel and Europe. Prior to Comsec Global, she served as a Captain and project manager in the Israeli Intelligence Corps. Sivan holds a master’s degree from the Interdisciplinary Center in Herzliya.
In this interview we discuss Sivan’s experience in the Israeli Intelligence Corps, her work at SAM Seamless Network, securing IoT devices at home, artificial intelligence, the future of cybersecurity and more!
Benjamin Caudill and Spencer Gietzen of Rhino Security Labs join me to discuss their research on Amazon Web Services privilege escalation vulnerabilities. Spencer recently revealed their AWS research on the Rhino Security Labs blog. Rhino is also rolling out a new open source AWS post-exploitation framework, designed for offensive security testing against AWS environments called Pacu. We also discuss how Ben and Spencer both found their way into the information security industry, pet peeves and more!
My guest this episode is social engineering guru Joe Gray. Joe is a Senior Security Architect at IBM and has his own blog and podcast called Advanced Persistent Security. Joe presented a talk at RSA this year with friend of the show Rachel Tobac on social engineering and OSINT which I posted the full audio of here. Joe spoke with me about Social Engineering, OSINT, vishing, SECTFs, password inspections and more!
After her talk she spoke with me about the evolution of bug bounty programs, her work in developing ISO standards for vulnerability disclosure, her path to a career in information security and much more.
This episode’s guest is Bay Area based security researcher MG. He joins the podcast to share his work experimenting with various HID (Human Interface Devices) attacks using USB drives and cables. MG has also made news recently for disclosing a vulnerability in the Amazon Key smart lock technology and shares his experience developing the proof of concept and eventually sharing it with Amazon’s security team.