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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.
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.
What modern threats most often target enterprise supply chains? How has the COVID-19 pandemic affected supply chains in the long term? Scott Martino, Head of Global Supply Chain Security & Intelligence at Overhaul, answers reader questions on supply chain risk management and security, from common threats to supply chains to how to communicate risk across an organization, in this AMA episode.
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.