Afternoon Cyber Tea with Ann Johnson
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.
Tarun Sondhi, a Principal and the cyber leader for the KPMG Managed Services group, joins Ann on this week's episode of Afternoon Cyber Tea. He has deep expertise in security architecture, infrastructure security, and access management. Tarun led the complete transformation and rebuilding of the Security Operations Center for one of the largest financial services organizations in the world. Ann and Tarun discuss how his guidance in security has changed over the years, investing in artificial intelligence and automation and what he believes is currently the most significant innovation in security.
Tracy Maleeff, a security researcher at the Krebs Stamos Group, a cybersecurity consulting firm, joins Ann on this week's episode of Afternoon Cyber Tea. Tracy is an information security professional with a Master of Library and Information Science degree and a frequent author and speaker on InfoSec and research topics. Ann and Tracy discuss keeping companies safe from disinformation, current issues, infosec professionals are dealing with, and what has influenced her cybersecurity philosophy.
Sean Joyce, Principal for Price Waterhouse Coopers Advisory Practice, joins Ann this week on Afternoon Cyber Tea to discuss the unprecedented rise of cyberattacks this past year and what new trends we should be paying attention to. Sean has also consulted on some of the most prolific cyber breaches, providing us with his expertise on what he believes organizations should enforce as best practices when building operational resilience.
Rob Duhart, VP, Deputy CISO, at Walmart, shares his points of view on what can help today’s CISOs avoid unexpected cyber issues and the trends he is seeing shape the current cyber landscape on this week's episode of Afternoon Cyber Tea with Ann Johnson. As an ally for underrepresented populations in the cyber industry, Rob also discusses how he leverages his voice to support diversity and inclusion across the technology industry and the rise of disinformation in the cybersecurity community.