Last updated at Mon, 19 Dec 2022 17:22:28 GMT
As the year winds down, Jeffrey Gardner, Detection and Response Practice Advisor and Stephen Davis, Lead D&R Sales Technical Advisor, collected predictions that were made for 2022, and new ones for 2023. Then, they asked their Rapid7 colleagues to decide if the prediction was made by a cybersecurity expert—or if it was scuttlebutt from, say, Reddit. It’s more interesting than a simple true and false game and appropriate in a world where you need to keep your ear to the ground but be wary of what you hear at the same time.
Play along and see if you beat our winner.
The episode ends with a quick game of “Never Have I Ever.” While some revelations are a bit embarrassing, it’s all safe for work and safe for the kiddies. (You won’t believe who got phished.)
Enjoy your holidays and see you next year.
- [The Lost Bots] S02E01: SIEM Deployment in 10 Minutes
- [The Lost Bots] S02E02: The Worst and Best Hollywood Cybersecurity Depictions
- [The Lost Bots] S02E03: Browser-in-Browser Attacks — Don't Get (Cat) Phished
- [The Lost Bots] S02E04: Cyber's Most Dangerous Game—Threat Hunting
- [The Lost Bots] S02E05: The real magic in the Magic Quadrant