Naomi Yusupov, a Chinese Intelligence Analyst at the threat intelligence firm CyberSixGill talks to host Paul Roberts about that company’s new report: The Bear and the Dragon: Analyzing the Russian and Chinese Cybercriminal Communities.
Women in Cyber
Just 24% of information security professionals are women, despite a global shortage of information security workers that numbers in the millions. Why do so few women enter the information security? Why do even fewer stick around? In this podcast series we interview prominent women in cyber security to get their thoughts about how to attract women to the field, and keep them around.
Episode 237: Jacked on the Beanstalk – DeFi’s Security Debt Runs Wide, Deep
The hack of Beanstalk is just the latest major compromise of a decentralized finance (DeFi) platform. In this podcast, Jennifer Fernick of NCC Group joins me to talk about why DeFi’s security woes are much bigger than Beanstalk.
Episode 209: Fortinet’s Renee Tarun on Scaling InfoSec To Meet Tomorrow’s Challenges
The information security industry needs both better tools to fight adversaries, and more people to do the fighting, says Fortinet Deputy CISO Renee Tarun in this interview with The Security Ledger Podcast’s Paul Roberts.
Episode 207: Sarah Tatsis of BlackBerry on finding and Keeping Women in Cyber
In this week’s episode of the podcast (#207) we speak with Sara Tatsis of the firm Blackberry about her 20 year career at the legendary mobile device maker and the myriad challenges attracting women to- and keeping them in the information security field.
Encore Edition: Veracode CEO Sam King on Infosec’s Leaky Talent Pipeline
Women are more than 50% of the population, but barely 20% of the information security workforce. Why? In this encore podcast in honor of Women’s History Month, we revisit a 2019 interview with Veracode CEO Sam King to talk about cybersecurity’s leaky talent pipeline.