Tag: cybersecurity

Security Services

Spotlight: Is There A Cure For InfoSec’s Headcount Headache?

In this Spotlight Podcast, Lyndon Brown, the Chief Strategy Officer at Pondurance joins host Paul Roberts to talk about how changes in both the threat landscape and the workplace are driving demand for managed detection and response (MDR) services, in which companies hire outside security talent to help keep sophisticated cyber adversaries at bay.

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Spotlight: Securing COVID’s New Normal with Cathy Spence of Intel

What will it mean to secure the “new normal” after the COVID pandemic has receded? In this spotlight edition of the podcast, Cathy Spence, a Senior Principal Engineer at Intel, joins us in The Security Ledger Podcast studios to talk about what that new normal wt ill look like. For Cathy, the future looks a lot like the COVID-influenced present, with recent developments like the shift to remote work more or less permanent and many flavors of hybrid workplaces. But that will greatly complicate the work of security teams, she predicts.

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Episode 225: Unpacking the Azure CHAOS DB Flaw with Nir Ohfeld of Wiz

We’re joined by Nir Ohfeld of Wiz. Nir helped discover the recent CHAOS DB flaw in Azure COSMOS DB, the flagship database for Microsoft’s Azure cloud platform.

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Episode 224: Engineering Trust In The Cyber Executive Order

In this spotlight edition of the podcast, sponsored by Trusted Computing Group* Thomas Hardjono and Henk Birkholz join us to talk about President Biden’s Cyber Executive Order and how the EO’s call for increasing trust in federal IT systems is creating demand for TCG technologies

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Episode 223: CISA Looks To Erase The Security Poverty Line

In this week’s episode of the podcast (#223), we are joined by Josh Corman and Lisa Young of the COVID task force at CISA to talk about the agency’s work to improve the security of critical sectors of the U.S. economy. Job #1: erase the so-called security “poverty line” that keeps small, poorly resourced firms from obtaining the skills and talents they need to protect their networks, data and IT assets.