Election day is almost here. After years of warnings, are state and local governments ready for what Russia, Iran or any number of ransomware gangs have in store for them?
Securing the Election
With the 2020 Presidential election looming in the United States, malicious actors, nation states and cybercrime gangs are lining up to take a swing at elections systems and infrastructure. We interview some of the world’s top cybersecurity experts to find out.
In this Spotlight Podcast, sponsored by RSA, we take on the question of securing the 2020 Presidential election. Given the magnitude of the problem, could taking a more risk-based approach to security pay off? We’re joined by two information security professionals: Rob Carey is the Vice President and General Manager of Global Public Sector Solutions at RSA. Also joining us: Sam Curry, the CSO of Cybereason.
In this episode of the podcast (#172), Jennifer Bisceglie, the founder and CEO of Interos to talk about the links between America’s voting infrastructure and countries with a history of trying to subvert democracy.
In this weeks podcast, we delve into the myriad challenges to election security with Sam Small, the Chief Security Officer at the firm ZeroFOX
Episode 146: Elections Loom, Political Parties struggle with Cyber Security and Securing Cloud with Aporeto’s Amir Sharif
his week’s episode, #146: we speak with the researchers behind a new analysis of more than 40 political parties in the US and Europe showing that many suffer from poor cyber security. Also: DEV-OPS methodologies are transforming the way organizations are creating and consuming software. But security technology is stuck in the past. In our second segment, we speak with the Amir Sharif of the firm Aporeto*, a provider of identity-based access control for the cloud.