Afternoon Cyber Tea with Ann Johnson
M. K. Palmore, Director, Office of the CISO, for Google Cloud, and diversity & inclusion advocate, joins Ann on this week's episode of Afternoon Cyber Tea to discuss the cyber talent shortage, including why leaders need to drive greater inclusivity in the industry, resources for individuals to build their skills and networks, and why talent sourcing is just one issue in building greater representation.
Jeff Rivera, American author, producer, and co-founder of Collective 5 Entertainment, joins Ann on this week's episode of Afternoon Cyber Tea to discuss the importance of diversity and inclusion, the impact of underrepresentation, and his journey from poverty to renowned world speaker. Jeff is an internationally sought-after speaker and author with an impressive body of work, including over 200 books, television, radio, and digital publications.
Dave Bittner, Hacking Humans podcast host and a co-founder of CyberWire, interviews Ann Johnson about social engineering attacks, the future of passwordless account adoption, authentication tools, and Ann‘s perspective on the future development of technology to mitigate risks on this week's episode of Afternoon Cyber Tea. Dave’s career spans more than two decades in digital media, video, television production, and interactive technology. He’s also one of the pioneers of non-linear editing and digital storytelling.
Katie Nickels, Director of Intelligence for Red Canary, joins Ann on this week's episode of Afternoon Cyber Tea. Katie has worked in security operations centers and cyber threat intelligence for nearly a decade, with degrees from Smith College and Georgetown University. Ann and Katie discuss the impact cyberattacks have on operating systems, the ransomware ecosystem, and recommendations for mitigating future risks.
Lou Manousos, an acknowledged expert in internet security and VP of Product in Microsoft Security, joins Ann Johnson on this week's episode of Afternoon Cyber Tea. Lou has been developing enterprise protection technology for more than 15 years and is currently the CEO of Risk IQ. He also spearheaded a new approach to using intelligence to help companies protect their organizations and reduce online fraud. Ann and Lou discuss handling internal fraud, best practices for the average consumer when protecting themselves at home, and the danger major brands face from deep fakes and social media scams.