Poor cyber literacy is at the root of many of the cybersecurity problems plaguing the U.S. economy, according to Dr. Alissa Abdullah, Deputy CSO at MasterCard.
In this episode of the podcast, sponsored by Trusted Computing Group we dig deep on this week’s ransomware attack on the Kaseya IT management software with Adam Meyers of CrowdStrike and Frank Breedijk of the Dutch Institute of Vulnerability Disclosure. Also: Tom Laffey, a product security strategist at Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise firm, and co-chair of the Network Equipment working group at TCG about how that group is adapting its technology to make it easier for new generations of connected devices to attest to their integrity.
In this week’s episode of the podcast (#219) we speak with four cybersecurity professionals about what it means to be Queer in the industry: their various paths to the information security community, finding support among their peers and the work still left to do to make information security inclusive. All in honor of Pride Month, 2021.
Forget about Colonial Pipeline and JBS. A coordinated cyber attack on U.S. agriculture could, in short order, lead to foot shortages and hunger in the U.S. and abroad. And history has shown us that when food gets scarce, things get ugly – fast. How likely is such an attack? More likely than you might think, says Rob Wood of NCC Group, our guest on this week’s podcast.
Criminal gangs swoop in on unsuspecting merchants to seize their goods. Behind the scenes, rival nations turn a blind eye or offer them safe harbor, in exchange for cooperation. Sound familiar? It should.