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Larry Newman of Axis Communications sits down with Security magazine to discuss a much-talked about trend in physical security this year: artificial intelligence and analytics. Is technology finally in a place to add value to security functions while enabling and ensuring continuity and efficiency? Where does privacy fit in to all of this?
John Rodriguez, Director of Global Security at Cardinal Health and Founder of Empathic Security Cultures, LLC, has spent over 40 years working in the enterprise physical security space and takes a mental-health based approach to workplace violence prevention, which he describes in the latest The Security Podcasts episode.
In this AMA episode from Security magazine, Claudia Natanson, Vice President of Information Security at AccuWeather and Chair of the Board of Trustees of the U.K. Cyber Security Council, shares leadership and risk management advice from her cybersecurity executive career, covering the five pillars of security; how to get leadership buy-in on cyber initiatives; and the importance of mentorship in executive roles.
In recent months, more workplaces have required their employees return to a hybrid or in-person work environment, increasing the risk of physical workplace violence. Shikhar Shrestha, CEO of Ambient.ai, joins The Security Podcasts to discuss how security leaders can prevent & mitigate workplace violence during this shift using a proactive approach.
Associate Editor Maria Henriquez shares analysis from Security magazine’s top data breaches of 2022 report, examining the effects of largescale data breaches of Uber, Medibank and more. From the first criminal prosecution of a CSO related to a data breach to evolving government response to ransomware, Henriquez discusses cybersecurity trends and where the industry is headed.
China, Russia, Iran and North Korea — have these global protagonists achieved success in their missions to destabilize the G19, or are the situations on their home fronts sabotaging their cyber efforts and geopolitical goals? In this Cybersecurity & Geopolitical podcast episode from Security magazine, co-hosts Philip Ingram, MBE, and Ian Thornton-Trump, CD, look back at the most significant hits and misses of these threat actors in 2022. Watch the video version here.
Security magazine’s Editor in Chief Maggie Shein, Associate Editor Maria Henriquez, and Assistant Editor Madeline Lauver share industry stories and behind-the-scenes insights from 2022, covering topics such as hiring & retention; leadership & risk management; an in-depth look at casino security; what’s on the horizon of cybersecurity; and much more. Find a list of all articles mentioned in this episode here.