The good news? John Deere bricked expensive farm equipment taken by thieving Russian troops. The bad news: those same remote access features could be used to launch crippling, large scale attacks on US farms.
With the attention given to the threats posed by ransomware, why do organizations still fall victim to these attacks? Max Henderson, the Manager of Incident Response at Pondurance joins us to talk about what companies get wrong in responding to ransomware and other threats.
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.
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.
Andrew Sellers, the Chief Technology Officer at QOMPLX joins us to unpack the revelations this week about APT 40, the Chinese group that the US has accused of a string of attacks aimed at stealing sensitive trade secrets. Also: is Salesforce the next SolarWinds