Ep 8 Election Hacking

This episode covers the vulnerabilities in our election systems and why election systems are a part of critical infrastructure.  Ultimately we seek to answer what sort of cybersecurity challenges exist when defending against election hacking.

 

Guest: Jeremy Epstein

Creator/ Host/ Editor/ Writer: Jacob Biesiada

Producer/ Co-Host/ Writer: Dayton Williams

Ep 7 Active Defense: Poison on the Doorknob

What goes into active defense? Are all options off the table?  We dive into the controversy surrounding the practice and what possibilites the tactic might open for cyberdefense.

Guest: Wyatt Hoffman from the Carnegie Cyber Policy Initiative 

Creator/ Host/ Editor/ Writer: Jacob Biesiada

Producer/ Co-Host/ Writer: Dayton William

Ep 3: Cyber Counterintelligence

Episode three of DCrypted covers what goes into Cyber Counter Intelligence, as well as the steps in tracing back a hack. Additionally there is a brief description of the cyber issue of Meltdown.

Guest:
Phuong Nguyen

Creator/ Host/ Editor/ Writer:
Jacob Biesiada

Producer/ Co-Host/ Writer:
Dayton Williams

Ep 2: Privacy 101

Episode two of DCrypted covers an ongoing series on privacy issues in our modern technical world. We evaluate a new DHS policy with regards to phone seizures and discuss the interplay of security and privacy.

Host/Creator/Editor:
Jacob Biesiada

Co-Host/ Proudcer:
Dayton Williams

Guest:
Michael Specter

DCrypted is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 1433425 for the CyberCorps program at The George Washington University. Any opinions, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the speakers and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

Ep 1: Defining Cybersecurity

Episode 1 of DCrypted, a cybersecurity podcast for the everyday American. Join us this week as we seek to define cybersecurity as we begin our journey into the developing field.

Guest Speaker:
Professor Paul Rosenzweig

Host/Director/Producer:
Jacob Biesiada

Music:
Intro: Paul Scotti
Audio Sample: M3000 (Opus VI)