Welcome to The Security Podcasts from Security, where security and risk professionals can stay up to date on the latest issues affecting the enterprise.
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*Cybersecurity and Geopolitical issues affecting global enterprises
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Stephanie Jaros, Director of Research for the U.S. Department of Defense’s (DoD) counter-insider threat program, talks to Security about the integration of human and behavioral sciences into DoD’s program, as well as the importance of timeline when it comes to identifying and mitigating insider risk.
Elizabeth Rice, senior vice president of business operations and strategy at Blackstone Consulting, sits down with Security’s Layan Dahhan to talk about her career journey and the importance of culture in the workplace. She says inclusion and diversity are the marks of great leadership, and encourages leaders to take every opportunity to build an empathy-based culture.
Security’s Multimedia Specialist Layan Dahhan sits down with Meredith Wilson, founder and CEO of Emergent Risk International, to talk about her journey into security and how to address geopolitical risks, should they arise. She also discusses the recent withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan and the aftermath of that decision.
In this installment of The Cybersecurity and Geopolitical Podcast, Ian Thornton-Trump (CISO at Cyjax) and Tristan de Souza retrospectively look at the inaugural International Cyber Expo in London, discussing data breaches, the role of a CISO and more. Security magazine brings enterprise security and risk professionals this entertaining and illuminating podcast on the latest challenges and intriguing flashpoints within cybersecurity and the geopolitical landscape. Check out the video version here!
Multimedia Specialist Layan Dahhan sits down with Kathleen Kotwica, Executive Vice President and Chief Knowledge Strategist at the Security Executive Council, to talk about her career journey and the challenges faced in security research.
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.