Tuesday, August 3, 2021
CyberSecurityInterviews

#122 – Leeann Nicolo: Go For It

Leeann Nicolo is the Incident Response lead at The Coalition and specializes in digital forensics and cyber investigations. She has conducted investigations into ransomware, phishing, hacking, data breaches, trade secret theft, and employee malfeasance. Leeann has investigated thousands of...
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#121 – Shannon Brazil: Teach Business to Tech People

Shannon Brazil is a Senior Cyber Security Specialist working within a CIRT of a Canadian Fortune 500. She has been in IT for over 12 years, with the last three years in Cybercrime investigations with law enforcement and recently...
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#120 – Cimone Wright-Hamor: Cybersecurity Is An Applied Field

Cimone Wright-Hamor works at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) as a cybersecurity researcher while pursuing a Ph.D. in Computer Engineering at Iowa State University. She has spent the last decade of her life interning at a variety of organizations....
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#119 – Jenna Waters: This Is My Team

Jenna Waters is a Cybersecurity Consultant at True Digital Security where she specializes in information security program development, industry compliance assessments, threat intelligence, and cloud security controls. She is an experienced professional who consults with companies across multiple industries...
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#118 – Nato Riley: Reinvent Reality and Reinvent the World

Nato Riley is an Integrations Engineer at Blumira and the Co-founder of Cloud Underground. Nato provides infrastructure, code, and security across all his efforts and is focused on helping Blumira build the most effective and efficient SIEM on the...
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#117 – Sara Avery: Go After What You Want

Sara Avery is a Regional Sales Manager at Zscaler. She has held various positions over the past 20 years in the Information Technology field and discovered her passion for information security 15 years ago. Her career has largely been...
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#116 – Jennifer Brown: This Is A Wakeup Call

Jennifer Brown is an award-winning entrepreneur, speaker, diversity and inclusion consultant, and author. As the successful founder, president, and CEO of Jennifer Brown Consulting, headquartered in New York City, Jennifer is responsible for designing workplace strategies that have been...
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#115 – Alyssa Miller: We Are Lacking Empathy

Alyssa Miller leads the security strategy for S&P Global Ratings as Business Information Security Officer (BISO), connecting corporate security objectives to business initiatives. She blends a unique mix of technical expertise and executive presence to bridge the gap that...
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#114 – Chloé Messdaghi: How Can We Do Better

Chloé Messdaghi is the Chief Strategist at Point3 Security. In addition to her passion for keeping people safe and empowered both on and offline, she is also interested in increasing the numbers of marginalized genders in information security. She...
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#113 – Julian Waits: Diversity of Thought

Julian Waits is the general manager of cybersecurity at Devo Technology. He has over 30 years of experience in senior leadership roles at technology companies, specializing in security, risk, and threat detection.He serves on several industry boards, including the...
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#112: Douglas Brush – Pain Is Inevitable, Suffering Is Optional

This is the last episode in the five-part series on mental health, self-care, and neurodiversity. This will not be the last time I speak about these issues on the podcast. I encourage everyone to take these issues seriously and...
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#111 – Danny Akacki: Work Worth Doing

Danny Akacki is just a storyteller perpetually looking for a stage. He loves nothing more than attending conferences, giving talks, writing blogs, and finding new ways to reach as many people as he can to educate about cybersecurity. For...
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#110 – Ryan Louie: Security Starts In the Mind

Ryan K. Louie, MD, Ph.D. is a board-certified psychiatrist focusing on the mental health impact of cybersecurity, and the psychiatry of entrepreneurship. Ryan received his MD and Ph.D. degrees from the Stanford University School of Medicine and completed residency...
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#109 – Amanda Berlin: Happier People Stay Longer

Amanda Berlin is the Lead Incident Detection Engineer for Blumira and the CEO and owner of the nonprofit corporation Mental Health Hackers. She is the author of a Blue Team best practices book called "Defensive Security Handbook: Best Practices...
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#108 – Bill Hudenko: The Mind Body Connection

Bill Hudenko, Ph.D. has significant experience in the fields of both mental health and technology. Dr. Hudenko is a licensed psychologist, a researcher, and a professor who holds a joint appointment as a faculty member at Dartmouth's Department 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