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Women’s History Month

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.

Women’s History Month

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.

Futility or Fruition?Rethinking Common Approaches To Cybersecurity

The current approaches most organizations take towards security are not good enough, writes Albert Zhichun Li, the Chief Security Scientist at Stellar Cyber. Something has to change.

Public and Private Gears

Episode 206: What Might A Federal Data Privacy Law Mean In the US?

With movement towards passage of a federal data privacy law stronger than ever, we invite two experts in to the Security Ledger studio to talk about what that might mean for U.S. residents and businesses: Stacey Gray, who is a Senior Counsel at the Future of Privacy Forum and Rehan Jalil, the CEO of Securiti.ai.

Attendees at the Black Hat Briefings

Episode 205 – Google’s Camille Stewart: InfoSec’s Lack of Diversity is a Cyber Risk

In this interview, Camille Stewart, Google’s Head of Security Policy for Google Play and Android explains how understanding how systemic racism influences cyber security is integral to protecting the American people and defending the country from cyber adversaries.