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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.
In Episode 19 of The Cybersecurity & Geopolitical Discussion, Lisa Forte, Partner at Red Goat Security, Phil Ingram, MBE, of Grey Hare Media and Ian Thornton-Trump CD, CISO for Cyjax examine how some of the more compelling world events set to take place this year could impact global stability and security, including election security and geopolitical conflict.
In an ever-evolving digital age, how can chief information security officers (CISOs) prepare themselves? What should they take into consideration for the new year? Answer these questions with James Hadley, founder and CEO of Immersive Labs.
Welcome to the enigmatic and frequently problematic world of cryptocurrency. In Episode 18 of The Cybersecurity & Geopolitical Discussion, Lisa Forte, Partner at Red Goat Security, Phil Ingram, MBE, of Grey Hare Media and Ian Thornton-Trump CD, Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) at Cyjax discuss the wide-ranging impact crypto has on geopolitical and economic conflict.
Michael Daniel, President & CEO at Cyber Threat Alliance, discusses sharing threat intelligence with other organizations as well as the challenges faced when establishing effective partnerships in the security industry.