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.
Mark Wojtasiak, the Vice President of Security Industry research at Code42 joins us to talk about how companies can handle the security risks that accompany the COVID-inspired “great resignation” in corporate America.
With Black Hat and DEFCON upon us, we revisit a 2015 interview with Chris Valasek about his wireless, software based hack of a Chrysler Jeep Cherokee.
Elon Musk is a big fan of his company’s Fully Self Driving software. But is it safe? In this encore edition of the podcast from 2018, we speak with Beau Woods of The Atlantic Council about the risks of embracing autonomous driving technology too quickly.
Forget about Colonial Pipeline and JBS. A coordinated cyber attack on U.S. agriculture could, in short order, lead to foot shortages and hunger in the U.S. and abroad. And history has shown us that when food gets scarce, things get ugly – fast. How likely is such an attack? More likely than you might think, says Rob Wood of NCC Group, our guest on this week’s podcast.