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New technologies such as AI have shifted conversations around best practices for password management. As much as AI can be a great help to protecting credentials, there have also been instances of it making it easier for cybercriminals to hack into accounts.
Find out more in this episode of the Security podcast with Parteek Saran, founder and CEO of Uno. In this episode, Saran discusses the impact of human error and the need for complex passwords. Saran also encourages security leaders to properly train their employees on how to best protect their credentials.
In Episode 16 of the Cybersecurity & Geopolitical Discussion from Security magazine, co-hosts Phillip Ingram, MBE, and Ian Thornton-Trump, CD, discuss the background and recent events in Africa with guest Lisa Forte from Red Goat Cybersecurity. The trio examines findings from a strategic intelligence report from Cyjax that detail China and Russia's colonial and developmental activities on the continent. Watch the video version here.
How can cultural and arts institutions better protect their and communities assets from threats? What role does technology play in museum security? How do museum security teams handle insider threats to their facilities? In this Ask Me Anything (AMA) video podcast episode from Security magazine, Chris Singh, Senior Security Manager at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, talks rising through the ranks in security leadership, external and internal security threats to cultural institutions, and more.
In Episode 15 of the Cybersecurity & Geopolitical Podcast from Security magazine, hosts Ian Thornton-Trump and Philip Ingram discuss current developments in the Russian invasion of Ukraine, geopolitical shifts in global intelligence, and app-based data collection.
Data privacy remains an ever-growing concern for both security leaders and governments. What regulations are being put in place? How should security leaders implement zero trust? Find out more in this Security podcast episode featuring Mark Ruchie, Chief Information Security Officer at Entrust. Mark started his security career in the Air Force and shares his thoughts on recent federal data privacy legislation.
In this episode from The Security Podcasts, Shikha Kothari, Principal Security Advisor at Eden Data, shares strategies for cybersecurity leaders to create supportive work environments for women, from encouraging continuing education and networking to promoting female cybersecurity professionals into leadership roles.
One year after the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Cyjax CISO Ian Thornton-Trump and Sky News security expert Philip Ingram, MBE, of Grey Hare Media assess the state of the Russia-Ukraine conflict in the latest Cybersecurity & Geopolitical Podcast from Security magazine. The pair examine the physical, geopolitical and cyber effects of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, discussing the weaponization of Ukraine and technologies playing a part in the conflict and destruction in the region. Then, Thornton-Trump and Ingram shift to Russia's moves on the cyber front, examining Russia-aligned cyberattacks targeting NATO countries.