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.
We speak with John Shegerian of ERI about his new book: “The Insecurity of Everything” and how our e-waste may be exposing sensitive data to other nations.
In this week’s podcast, we speak with Congressman Jim Himes (D-CT) about Congress’s sudden focus on cybersecurity – an about face that Rep. Himes says was encouraged by the devastating Colonial Pipeline hack.
How does a flaw potentially affecting the integrity of printer management application get a “critical” severity rating and one affecting the integrity and operation of anesthesia machines get a “moderate” severity rating? It has to do with our evolving and still immature system of rating (and therefore thinking about) cyber risk.
In this week’s podcast episode (#153): The researcher who discovered serious remote access security flaws in anesthesia machines by GE says such security holes are common. Also: the US Conference of Mayors voted unanimously to swear off paying ransoms for cyber attacks. But is that a smart idea? We’re joined by Andrew Dolan of the Multi State Information Sharing and Analysis Center to talk about it.