A podcast on the journey to discovery through data in information security by Jay Jacobs and Bob Rudis. Episode 2: Highlights from Harvard’s “Weathering The Data Storm” symposium; whirlwind blog recap; RSA/Metricon preview and more!
In this episode of the Data Driven Security Podcast, Bob and Jay review the DDS coverage of Harvard's "Weathering the Data Storm" symposium including some specific focus on the IPython talk by Fernando Pérez, Cynthia Rudin's "Manhole Event" paper and the pretty consistent theme of "need to prove your models in little data before driving them to scale". Then, they execute a whirlwind review of recent blog posts, give a preview of an upcoming talk at RSA by Jay & Wade Baker, plus give a preview of upcoming DDS blog and podcast topics.
NOTE: An enhanced, video version of Episode 2 is available on YouTube.
Resources mentioned in the episode:
- Weathering the Data Storm symposium
- DDS Tweetscription of the symposium with links to resources covered in the talks
- The new DDS Data Set Collection
- DDS' new short domain
- Review of recent DDS blog posts including the "marx" data set, malicious cartography and data-driven risk analysis
- SolvoMediocris - "FAIR"-like risk analysis tools built by DDS
- Jay & Bob's ZeroAccess collaboration
- More ZeroAccess machinations
- Facebook/Princeton Article with mixed ggplot and Excel graphics
In This Episode
Welcome to Episode 2!
Weathering The Data Storm Symposium
RSA (Jay & Wade Baker) Preview
DDS Blog Retrospective
IPython Shout Out
Introducing the Marx Data Set
The Godfather of the DBIR