Marc Rogers

Marc Rogers
Executive Director, Cybersecurity Strategy

Marc Rogers is the Executive Director of Cybersecurity at Okta. With a career that spans more than twenty years, he has been hacking since the 80's and is now a white-hat hacker. Prior to Okta, Marc served as the Head of Security for Cloudflare and spent a decade managing security for the UK operator, Vodafone. He was a CISO in South Korea and co-founded a disruptive Bay Area startup. In his role as technical advisor on “Mr. Robot,” he helped create hacks for the show. And, as if that’s not enough, he also organizes the world’s largest hacking conference: DEF CON.

Marc Rogers

SAML Certificate Security: The Latest Findings and Potential Impacts

Recently, the National Security Agency (NSA) published new findings that reference how previously discovered tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs) abusing federated authentication could be used in conjunction with on-premises network access to gain broad access across an organization’s applications. The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Agency (CISA) has also updated its bulletin to include these attacks, and Microsoft has also published insights. This advisory comes on the heels of the...

Marc Rogers

Looking Back on Disclosure

With our second Disclosure conference in the bag, I wanted to take a look back at how things changed and what some of the key takeaways were. This year, like every other conference, we were forced to shift gears into a virtual format. This meant a lot of unknowns for us. For example, how do you preserve social interaction when everyone is isolated and scattered? How do you ensure that everyone gets an authentic conference experience instead of feeling like they are watching a TV program?...

Marc Rogers

Your Company Needs YOU: How to Stay Safe from Phishing and Other Human Attacks

Now more than ever, people are targets. For years attackers have been evolving their attacks, looking for new opportunities to find a way in. Attacks against people—so-called social engineering attacks are perhaps the oldest in the world. All you need is a single person to successfully fool another.