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Why are supply chains increasingly vulnerable? Why are current security approaches not working? We sit down with Ev Kontsevoy, CEO and co-founder of Teleport, to discuss this complex problem, as well as how securing machine-to-machine communication can help keep supply chains safe.
In this The Security Podcasts episode, Kevin A. McGrail, Cloud Fellow at Dito, talks three factors that contribute to the cybersecurity workforce gap, including burnout, hiring and retention challenges. McGrail shares cybersecurity training advice from his nearly 30-year career in IT security, from the importance of organizational security awareness to how entry- and mid-level cyber professionals can further their careers with education.
Retail security veteran Hector Erazo answers risk management questions from Security magazine readers in this AMA episode. Erazo talks how retail security tech has evolved over the decades; explores the importance of diversity in retail security; and shares his thoughts on 2023 organized retail crime threats.
In this episode of The Security Podcasts, Lisa Tetrault, Senior Director of Global Security Operations at Arctic Wolf, talks specific examples of how cybersecurity talent can leverage industry connections to break into the cyber field; the power of mentorship in cybersecurity; and advice for professionals looking to pivot to IT security.
Joel Dunning, architect and security design expert, answers reader questions about mitigating risk through secure facility design. Dunning, who is a Partner and Government Planning Group Leader at Wold Architects and Engineers, talks gaining community security buy-in; toeing the line between overt and covert security; and candid stories from facilities he’s helped secure.
Mark Herrington, CEO of OnSolve, joins The Security Podcasts to discuss the top security threats leaders must prepare for in 2023, including extreme weather events, crime, supply chain disruptions, geopolitical threats and more.
In the latest episode from The Security Podcasts, Rich Foltak, Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) at Dito, discusses the critical role security plays in business innovation and how cybersecurity teams need to shift from a "No" to a "Yes" function. As the pace of software development quickens, cybersecurity teams need to meet DevOps teams where they are in terms of technology and business innovation.