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Chaim Mazal, Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) and Senior Vice President of Technology at Kandji, talks the increase in fraud during the COVID-19 pandemic and how security leaders can communicate risk in the boardroom. Uncover best practices for C-suite security conversations and fraud prevention in this Security podcast episode.
Why are supply chains increasingly vulnerable? Why are current security approaches not working? We sit down with Ev Kontsevoy, CEO and co-founder of Teleport, to discuss this complex problem, as well as how securing machine-to-machine communication can help keep supply chains safe.
Which states are passing data privacy legislation? What privacy rights do the bills include? Is a federal data privacy law on the way? Find out the answers to these questions and more in this Security podcast episode featuring Bill Tolson, Vice President of Global Compliance and eDiscovery at Archive360.
Larry Newman of Axis Communications sits down with Security magazine to discuss a much-talked about trend in physical security this year: artificial intelligence and analytics. Is technology finally in a place to add value to security functions while enabling and ensuring continuity and efficiency? Where does privacy fit in to all of this?
Bec McKeown, Immersive Labs’ Director of Human Science has been researching impacts of security and crisis response, and electronic warfare for more than 15 years. Security magazine sits down with McKeown to explore the mental health/psychological impacts (and beyond) of cybersecurity incidents. McKeown also shares valuable research-backed insights into mitigating long-term negative repercussions of security events, as well as how security leaders can prepare for the future.
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.