In this bi-weekly podcast, Bob & Jay delve into the dark art of security data science and talk with security practitioners who are pioneering the data-driven security movement. They cover everything from introductory analysis & visualization to cutting edge topics in security data science.
United States
31 episodes
since Jan, 2014


Episode 30 In this episode, Jay and Bob talk about the 2016 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR). But rather than talk about the insights and data analysis they focus in on the data visualizations. They are joined by Lane Harrison from Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) and Ana Antanasoff and Gabrial Bassett from Verizon's Security Research Team. Verizon DBIR
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