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PLI Podcast: NetWitness’ Alex Cox on Cyber Investigations and Forensics

May 18, 2011 by

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This week on the Police-Led Intelligence Podcast, we’re joined by Alex Cox, principal analyst at NetWitness, now a part of RSA, the security Division of EMC. A former police officer and forensics investigator, Alex’s team currently looks for similarities between cyber attacks. NetWitness produces a monitoring platform that focuses on network forensics: it’s easiest to […]

Building A Law Enforcement Intelligence Operation Center, Part I

April 6, 2011 by

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Patrick Ryder is the commanding officer of the asset forfeiture and intelligence division of the Nassau County, NY Police Department. Paddy, a 28-year veteran officer,  has created and runs one of America’s most comprehensive local law enforcement intelligence operations. He also is in charge of the asset forfeiture division that has provided funding to establish […]

PLI Podcast: The Three Golden Rules of Law Enforcement Technology

March 31, 2011 by

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While it’s mainly about intelligence, by definition this blog is also quite often about how technology is used by law enforcement professionals to advance intelligence. As we gear up to launch our podcast, Henderson and I thought we’d start looking at something pretty fundamental: how do cops view technology? Download the podcast | Download via iTunes […]

PLI Podcast: Mike Murray, MAD Security

March 30, 2011 by

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“The fundamental element of all of social engineering is to create a context in which whatever I want you to do is natural behavior for you.” – Mike Murray As computer systems become more complex, criminals have analyzed the risk:rewards ratio for buying malware and creating specialized technical attacks. In a future podcast we’ll talk […]

PLI Podcast: Brian Krebs on Cybercrime, Cyber criminals, Botnets and Skimmers

March 30, 2011 by

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Brian Krebs is the independent investigative journalist behind the Krebs on Security blog, which covers cybercrime. Krebs was, for 14 years, a reporter at The Washington Post, where he ran one of the most widely-read columns on cyber crime and cyber criminals until he left in 2009 to establish his own blog. Krebs on Security […]

PLI Podcast: Rik Ferguson, and Cyber-Crime 101

March 16, 2011 by

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Rik Ferguson of the security vendor Trend Micro joined us to talk about some of the real world threats facing Internet users. This is one of the first podcasts we’ve made public, because it gives some really basic information we think it’s important to get out to officers. Download the podcast here| Download via iTunes […]

PLI Podcast: Eric Olson, Cyveillance

March 15, 2011 by

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Eric Olson thinks about how to reduce extremely large datasets to lists whose elements may be  numbered in thousands. His job at commercial intelligence firm Cyveillance is to focus on the areas of Phishing and specific online crimes including the sale of tobacco and counterfeit drugs, identity theft and child exploitation. Download the podcast here […]

PLI Podcast: Andy Ellis, Akamai Technologies

March 12, 2011 by

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This week on the Police Led Intelligence Podcast we’re speaking with Andy Ellis, Senior Director of Information Security and Chief Security Architect at Akamai Technologies, a large provider of applications and services on the Internet. Andy formerly worked on information warfare in the United States Air Force. Download the podcast here We’re speaking with Andy […]

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