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Cyber Chat Podcast
21 minutes | Nov 28, 2017
Talking Fraud Trends with Chargebacks911's Monica Eaton-Cardone
It’s been two years since the liability shift around EMV has pushed retailers and financial institutions towards adopting chip-enabled cards and terminals. That shift is also affecting cybercriminals as it is forcing them to move into different areas of fraud, said Monica Eaton-Cardone, the co-founder and COO of Chargebacks911. On this episode of the Cyber Chat, we talk to Monica about the adoption of EMV technology, how organizations can defend against payment card fraud, and how the fraud landscape is changing and will continue to shift in the future.
12 minutes | Sep 26, 2017
Talking the Threat Intelligence Mind Map and How It Can Help Organizations
Threat intelligence covers many different aspects relevant to an organization, including strategic intelligence, operational intelligence, tactical intelligence, digital risk monitoring, and the people and process behind them. Despite being interconnected, they are often viewed individually within organizations, said SurfWatch Labs chief security strategist Adam Meyer. Meyer recently created a mind map to show how those different aspects tie together and should be viewed under one large threat intelligence banner. On this episode of the Cyber Chat, we talk to Adam about the mind map and how it can help organizations better understand threat intelligence. Download the free whitepaper, "Using a Cyber Threat Intelligence Mind Map to Visualize and Improve Your Cybersecurity Program": http://info.surfwatchlabs.com/How-to-Build-CTI-into-Your-Security-Program
14 minutes | Sep 6, 2017
Talking the Preparedness Cycle with Gate 15's Andy Jabbour
In today’s cyber threat environment, many organizations are struggling to determine how to mitigate the array of risks they are facing. But don’t despair, said Andy Jabbour, the co-founder and managing director of Gate 15, there is hope. Andy recently wrote a series of blogs outlining how the Preparedness Cycle, which is often used to prepare for traditional threats, can easily be applied to cyber threats as well. On this episode of the Cyber Chat, we talk to Andy about the preparedness cycle and how organizations can best implement that cycle to reduce their cyber risk. For more on the Preparedness Cycle: https://blog.surfwatchlabs.com/2017/09/06/talking-the-preparedness-cycle-and-reducing-cyber-risk-with-andy-jabbour/
18 minutes | May 26, 2017
Talking the Expanding Digital Risk Footprints of Organizations
The digital footprints of organizations are expanding. With that expansion comes more avenues of attack for cybercriminals to exploit and more areas of concern for organizations to address. On this episode of the Cyber Chat, SurfWatch Labs chief security strategist Adam Meyer discusses the challenges businesses are currently facing due to their expanding level of presence and how organizations can respond to those new challenges to better manage their cyber risk.
12 minutes | May 1, 2017
Talking Strategic, Operational and Tactical Threat Intelligence
Cyber threat intelligence has become increasingly popular over the past few years, and with that rise comes a variety of questions for organizations around the topic: what types of threat intelligence are available, how can that intelligence can be implemented at different levels of an organization, and most importantly, how can it help to limit the overall cyber risk facing an organization. On this episode of the Cyber Chat, SurfWatch Labs chief security strategist Adam Meyer attempts to answer those questions and shed some light on this growing and evolving field.
15 minutes | Aug 29, 2016
Talking Banner Health's Data Breach Lawsuit With Michella Kras
Earlier this month, Banner Health announced a data breach affecting 3.7 million individuals. In late June, Banner discovered that intruders may have gained unauthorized access to the computer systems that process payment card data at certain Banner Health food and beverage outlets. Two weeks later Banner discovered that the intruders may have also assessed patient and health insurance records. Now the company is facing several potential class action lawsuits over the incident. On today’s Cyber Chat we talk with Michella Kras, one of the attorneys working on the Banner data breach case filed by Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro. We discuss the specific case, how data breach lawsuits can motivate organizations to improve security, and what companies can do to limit their potential liability.
20 minutes | Jul 13, 2016
Talking SWIFT and Financial Sector Cyber-Attacks with ThetaRay’s Mark Gazit
In late June, ISACA discovered dozens of banks in Ukraine and Russia being impacted by cyber-attacks utilizing the SWIFT messaging system, adding to the growing list of financial institutions that have been targeted in 2016. Cybercriminals are continuing to find new ways to steal massive amounts of money from these organizations. On today’s Cyber Chat we talk once again with Mark Gazit, CEO of ThetaRay, about how financial sector attacks are evolving and what needs to be done to stay ahead of cybercriminals and combat these attacks.
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