In this episode of Security Ledger Podcast (#163) sponsored by LastPass: companies are spending more than ever on cyber security, but feel less secure. Why? Kevin Richards of the insurer Marsh joins us to talk about that company’s Cyber Risk Perceptions Survey. Also Yaser Masoudnia of LastPass* joins us to talk about the blurry line between personal and professional is complicating enterprise security.
It may seem like two-factor authentication and multi-factor authentication are the same. They’re not, explains Yaser Masoudnia, the Senior Director of Product Management at LastPass.*
In this Spotlight edition of the Security Ledger podcast, Rachel Stockton of LastPass * joins us to discuss the myriad of challenges facing companies trying to secure users’ online activities, and simple solutions for busting insecure user behaviors to address threats like phishing, account takeover and more.
Episode 162: Have We missed Electric Grid Cyber Attacks for Years? Also: Breaking Bad Security Habits
In this episode of the podcast #162: according to the non profit that oversees it, the first disruptive hack of the U.S. grid happened in March of this year. Our guest, Joe Weiss, said it really happened more than a decade ago and that hundreds more like it have been overlooked or mis-classified. Also: Rachel Stockton of the firm LastPass* joins us to talk about changing users troublesome password behavior to make companies more secure.
In-brief: LastPass, the keeper of passwords for millions of security conscious Internet users said on Monday that its own systems were breached by hackers.