Tag: cybersecurity

Pride Summit 2021

At Pride Summit: A Warning On Cyber Literacy

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.

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Episode 219: LGBTQ+Cyber – A Pride Month Conversation On Being Queer In Infosec

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.

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What SolarWinds Tells Us About Securing the Software Development Supply Chain

The recent SolarWinds attack highlights an Achilles heel for enterprises: software updates for critical enterprise applications. Digital signing of code is one solution, but organizations need to modernize their code signing processes to prioritize security and integrity and align with DevOps best practices, writes Brian Trzupek the Senior Vice President of Products at DigiCert in this thought leadership article.

The SOC Hop Needs to be a Relic of the Past

Overworked, understaffed teams constantly jumping from one fire to the next – exhausted and reactive to events and alerts. The “SOC hop” is not sustainable.

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Seeds of Destruction: Cyber Risk Is Growing in Agriculture

In this episode of the podcast (#213): Molly Jahn of DARPA and University of Wisconsin joins us to talk about the growing cyber risk to the Food and Agriculture sector, as industry consolidation and precision agriculture combine to increase the chances of cyber disruption of food production.