Tuesday, August 3, 2021

Selling Cyber with Neil Saltman & Doug Gotay

The quickly growing field of vendors in cybersecurity getting attention of security leaders is becoming more difficult by the day.  The fatigue of the continuous vendor attempts to fill up their time is very real.  Getting your solution seen...

Uncaged with Jeremiah Grossman, Jeremiah Batac and Tyler Bohlmann

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) is extremely difficult to master since it goes against conventional thinking. It is procedural and it is technical. While in combat, chaos ensues although the fighters must stay laser focused. Just as one needs to apply...

Full Throttle with Martin Pacher

Cyber threats still exist in the sky. Therefore, security controls within the Aviation industry is needed to protect the aircraft vessel, as well as it’s interconnected technology. Past investigations performed by hackers, researchers, and flight authorities have cast doubt...

Soundproof with Paul Asadoorian

Paul Asadoorian is a security veteran that has spent time “in the trenches” implementing comprehensive security programs across a wide array of industries. A proven cybersecurity leader and innovator, Paul founded “Security Weekly” – a podcast network providing free...

Deep Trust with John Sileo

John Sileo left hi-tech consulting and became an entrepreneur to reclaim his greatest priority – being present, every day, for his wife Mary and their dream of starting a family. Six successful years, a $2M business and two precious...

Game Changer with Mathieu Huysman

Videogame studios are under serious attack, partly because they don't need to adhere to the same security requirements and regulatory demands as more prominent industries. From an attacker's viewpoint, it's very lucrative. Not only are game developers at risk...

Ransomware: Industry Plague with Aviv Grafi

"AM I NEXT???" That's a question CEOs WORLDWIDE are asking themselves. Recent Ransomware attacks on JBS and the Colonial Pipeline have certainly elevated alert levels, although Ransomware remains an industry plague. With seemingly no end in sight, the attacks...

Kingpin with Joe Grand

Joe Grand is an electrical engineer, hardware hacker, product designer and the founder of Grand Idea Studio, Inc. He specializes in creating, exploring, manipulating, and teaching about electronic devices.Also known as Kingpin, Joe was a member of the legendary...

Cyber Crisis with Dr. Eric Cole

At this moment, more than 70% of us are currently compromised by cybersecurity attacks that we underplay, ignore, or simply aren’t aware of because of their hyper-stealthy and invisible nature. In fact, most individuals and businesses will have been...

Checkmate with Graham Cluley

In Cybersecurity, we aim to protect the most valuable assets. In the games of chess, that asset is the king. Developing a successful chess strategy requires time, effort, and patience. There is also no universal strategy, and every move...

Skeleton Key with Adam Levin

Identity theft occurs when someone uses another person's personal identifying information, like their name, identifying number, or credit card number, without their permission, to commit fraud or other crimes. At one point in time, the Social Security number was...

The Flying Fish Theory with Rohan Light

A Flying Fish will leap out of the water and use its winglike pectoral fins to glide over the surface. Then, once below the surface, it is out of site and flows amongst the others in different directions until...

Mindbender with Jenny Radcliffe

Social engineering is the art of exploiting human psychology. There is no perimeter defense for this method of infiltration. Known as the “People Hacker”, Jenny Radcliffe has spent a lifetime learning how to use the human element to gain...

XRay Vision with Nato Riley

Nato Riley takes what others know to be true and is still able to find something hidden below the surface. It’s a mind frame that proves that seeing the invisible is not impossible. Equipped with true XRAY Vision, Nato...

Digital Armor with Tony Reinert

The 2020 Xfinity Cyber Health Report cites an estimate that 854 million connected-home devices will be shipped by manufacturers in 2020, with that number is projected to grow to nearly 1.4 billion by 2024. Most of the consumers of...
TechRepublic

Beef up security in Firefox with Fission

Jack Wallen shows you how to enable Fission. Firefox developers understand web browser security is at a premium, so they've rolled out a site isolation feature.
TechRepublic

Cybersecurity professionals: Positive reinforcement works wonders with users

The blame game is not working; experts suggest using positive reinforcement to improve employee attitude and performance.
SecurityWeek

Google Patches High-Risk Android Security Flaws

Google this week pushed out a security-themed Android update with fixes for more than 30 security flaws that expose mobile users to a range of malicious hacker attacks. The latest Android update provides documentation on 33 security bugs, some serious...

Awful transaction and timing: AT&T finally ditches DirecTV

Enlarge (credit: Getty Images | Ronald Martinez) AT&T has completed its spinoff of DirecTV after six years of mismanagement in which nearly 10 million customers ditched the company's pay-TV services. AT&T bought DirecTV for $49 billion ($67 billion including...
SecurityWeek

Mismanagement Driving Cybersecurity Skills Gap: Research

“To some extent, this data supports the theory that the cybersecurity skills shortage is related to mismanagement rather than a dearth of qualified candidates or advanced skills.” read more