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In this episode, Cyjax Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) Ian Thornton-Trump, CD, is joined by Grey Hare Media’s Philip Ingram, MBE, to discuss the current state of the Ukraine conflict. The security leaders cover the latest developments in Russia’s land forces, the failures of the country’s Navy, the ineffectiveness of the Russian Airforce and the seeming lack of fruition when it comes to security industry speculations of wide-scale cyber warfare.
Whether an organization's security team went remote during the COVID-19 pandemic or it was designed to be remote from the start, there are many steps security leaders can take to ensure their remote security teams operate to their full potential. Attila Török, Head of Security at Zapier, talks the transparency, access control and communication skills necessary for security to succeed in a remote working environment.
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Dr. Marisa Randazzo, Executive Director of the Ontic Center of Excellence, talks about the rise in school shootings over the past several years and discusses security lessons learned and strategies for violence prevention.
Arti Lalwani, Risk Management and Privacy Knowledge Leader at A-LIGN, talks her untraditional path into the technology security field. Lalwani looks for ambition and attention to detail when hiring security professionals, and she reflects on her journey as a woman of color in cybersecurity and climbing the leadership ladder of risk management, auditing and data privacy.
Ian Thornton-Trump, Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) at Cyjax, and Philip Ingram, CEO of Grey Hare Media, take a close look at the Russian invasion of Ukraine through the lens of conflict in the Middle East in the tenth episode of The Cybersecurity and Geopolitical Podcast presented by Security magazine. From determining Russia’s current trajectory in Ukraine via the nation’s playbook in Syria to comparing the root of Russia’s border aggression, the security leaders draw parallels between the invasion and previous events in the Middle Eastern region.
Josh Yavor, Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) at Tessian, talks about the “leap-of-faith” decision he made four years ago that helped address his own feelings of burnout, and how CISOs can lead by example.