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The Gate 15 Interview EP 15. Mark Arena, Intel 471, Cyber Intelligence Expert and CEO, Intel 471

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In this episode of The Gate 15 Interview, Andy Jabbour talks with Mark Arena, CEO, Intel 471. In the discussion we address: Mark’s background Intel 471 Cyber threats Future threats And more! “It all goes down to password reuse… enforce two-factor authentication on everything…” – Mark Arena Mark on Twitter: @markarenaau.  Mark on LinkedIn. https://www.linkedin.com/in/mark-arena-36a86516/ Intel471 on Twitter: @Intel471Inc.  Intel471 on LinkedIn. https://www.linkedin.com/company/intel-471/ A few references mentioned in or relevant to our discussion include:  Intel 471: https://intel471.com  Intel 471’s Cyber Underground General Intelligence Requirements Handbook. https://intel471.com/resources/cu-girh-download-request Upcoming Intel 471 video podcast! Intel 471 CTI experts will examine recent developments in the cyber underground through the lens of the media & telecommunications sector. Check it out: 28 Sep 2021, 11am (see registration link for time zone options). Register here: https://hubs.la/H0WW0Gn0.  Top FBI official says there is 'no indication' Russia has taken action against hackers, The Hill, 14 Sep 2021. (https://thehill.com/policy/cybersecurity/572184-top-fbi-official-says-there-is-no-indication-russia-has-taken-action) “Based on what we’ve seen, I would say there is no indication that the Russian government has taken action to crack down on ransomware actors that are operating in the permissive environment that they have created there… We’ve asked for help and cooperation with those who we know are in Russia who we have indictments against, and we’ve seen no action, so I would say that nothing’s changed in that regard,” - FBI Deputy Director Paul Abbate, via The Hill  Russia is fully capable of shutting down cybercrime, CSO Online, 14 Sep 2021. (https://www.csoonline.com/article/3632943/russia-is-fully-capable-of-shutting-down-cybercrime.html) Australian Cyber Security Centre Essential Eight. (https://www.cyber.gov.au/acsc/view-all-content/essential-eight) “While no set of mitigation strategies are guaranteed to protect against all cyber threats, organisations are recommended to implement eight essential mitigation strategies from the ACSC’s Strategies to Mitigate Cyber Security Incidents as a baseline. This baseline, known as the Essential Eight, makes it much harder for adversaries to compromise systems.”  Thoma Bravo Makes Strategic Investment in Intel 471 Announcement, 08 Sep 2021. (https://intel471.com/company/press-releases/thoma-bravo-makes-strategic-investment-in-intel-471)

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