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Security's multimedia specialist Layan Dahhan sits down with Fred Burton, executive director at Ontic Center for Protective Intelligence. They look back on how the September 11 terror attacks have gone on to shape modern-day enterprise security on both the national and individual level. Burton also draws parallels between the events of 9/11 and the COVID-19 pandemic, which have both taught us the importance of being prepared for future threats.
What are the unique challenges of securing a healthcare environment? How do you keep security team morale up? What are the most rewarding parts of a career in hospital security? This AMA episode features Holly Rasche, Director of Security Management Services at Northwest Community Healthcare. Holly shares the lessons she’s learned from her 26-year career in hospital security, covering topics from how COVID-19 changed the security landscape to the benefits/challenges of contract vs. proprietary security guards in healthcare. She speaks to the importance of teamwork, collaboration and interdepartmental communication in the healthcare security space.
What do federal guidelines say about quantum computing preparation? How do security leaders prepare for future risks? Answer these questions and more on this episode of The Security Podcasts with Greg Wetmore, Vice President of Software Development at Entrust.
In a world of data scraping and cyberattacks, how do organizations build digital trust with their consumers? How has technology changed data privacy policies? Answer these questions and more with Oded Anderman, Program Manager in Meta Platform’s Privacy organization, focusing on protecting user data from unauthorized scraping.
How can cybersecurity professionals help shape the next generation of cyber leaders? How will the industry continue to adapt to the evolving security threat landscape? In this Ask Me Anything (AMA) video podcast episode from Security magazine, Andrew Wilder, cybersecurity executive, Adjunct Professor of Cybersecurity and Member of the Board of Directors at Washington University, discusses how the field has evolved over the last decades; cyber best practices for mergers & acquisitions; lessons he's learned about cybersecurity since becoming a professor; and much more.