Carole Theriault looks at hiring challenges.
Malek Ben Salem explains synthetic voices.
Betsy Carmelite and Mike Saxton, analysts at Booz Allen Hamilton, share updates on Log4j.
Malek Ben Salem from Accenture looks at cyber twins.
Andrea Little Limbago from Interos checks in on supply chain issues.
Suzy Greenberg from Intel with a look ahead toward the coming year.
Dinah Davis from Arctic Wolf on assessing your security posture.
Carole Theriault reads the fine print and suggests you do as well.
Andrea Little Limbago looks at global regulatory regimes.
Dinah Davis from Arctic Wolf on hackers targeting Minecraft.
Malek Ben Salem has a look at cyber resilience.
Manager in BARR Advisory's Cyber Risk Advisory Practice, Hannah Kenney, shares her journey from never considering technology as a career to having it click in an informations systems class in college. After noticing she was the only one in the room who enjoyed the lecture, Hannah knew she wanted to go down the technology route. In talking about her work, Hannah describes it as creative problem solving. She hopes "people see me as someone who viewed cybersecurity and risk as something that is focused on people first and foremost." We thank Hannah for sharing her story with us.
Amaya Hadnagy, Media Support for the Social-Engineer, LLC, joins Dave to share information about charity scams.
Author, professor and consultant Dr. Susan Liautaud discussing technology and ethics—from social media to the sharing economy with Dave.
Encore of Zan Vautrinot on boards of directors.
Encore of Jaclyn Miller on diversity, inclusion and remote access security.
CyberWire Live - Q4 2021 Cybersecurity Analyst Call
CyberWire CSO Rick Howard and guest experts, Denise Anderson, President & CEO, Health-ISAC, and Jaclyn Miller, CISO, NTT Ltd., conducted a live broadcast about the events of the last year that addressed the biggest cybersecurity stories of 2021.
Women in Cybersecurity Special Edition Podcast
It's important for employees to be brought into the fold as security's allies, rather than as its adversaries. For cybersecurity teams that operate with an adversarial mindset appropriate for external threats, it can be challenging to approach internal threats differently. You can't treat employees the same way you treat nation-state hackers. But employees play a pivotal role in preventing data leaks, making it important to create a company-wide culture of transparency. Transparency feeds trust, which builds a strong foundation for Security Awareness Training to be truly effective. The CyberWire's Jennifer Eiben hosts this women in cybersecurity podcast. Kathleen Smith of ClearedJobs.Net moderates the panel. Panelists include Michelle Killian from sponsor Code42, Sam Humphries of Exabeam, and Masha Sedova of Elevate Security.
8th Layer Insights
This episode is all about creativity: what it is, what it looks like, and what to do when you get stuck. Perry speaks with four experts who have made creating new and interesting things their life's work. Featuring Faith McQuinn (creator of Boom, Margaritas & Doughnuts, and Apollyon).
In this episode, you'll hear some re-edited and never before aired sections from Perry's previous interviews with Rachel Tobac, Maxie Reynolds, and Chris Hadnagy.
Afternoon Cyber Tea with Ann Johnson
Aanchal Gupta, Vice President for Microsoft Azure, joins Ann on today's episode of Afternoon Cyber Tea. Aanchal is an executive with more than two decades of experience leading geographically distributed teams developing secure and trustworthy software used by billions of people. Aanchal joins us to discuss her work leading Microsoft's Security Response Center, giving our listeners a behind-the-scenes look into how the company’s security team tackles issues. Aanchal also talks with Ann about different lessons learned when tackling recent threats, her philosophy on cybersecurity, and how important she believes diversity and open work culture for diverse people are when trying to maintain trust and clarity in a crisis.
Jessica Gulick, Founder, and CEO of KATZCY, a woman-owned cyber consulting firm driven to help cybersecurity experts become great leaders, joins Ann Johnson on today's episode of Afternoon Cyber Tea. Ann and Jessica discuss the evolution of cybersecurity gaming competitions, why these events are crucial to inspiring young people, and who she believes is the next generation of cyber defenders. As the founder and commissioner of US Cyber Games, an organization committed to informing and inspiring the broader community on ways to develop tomorrow's cybersecurity workforce, Jessica also shares how the cyber industry can help train and retain the next generation of cyber defenders.