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New Cyber Frontier
32 minutes | 5 days ago
NCF-254 Who owns your Content On Social Media?
In an online world, privacy is one of the top concerns. You hear about new legislation arriving in California, Colorado, Florida, and countries worldwide. There is a need for personal privacy that stretches across the world. Little do people know, individual privacy can be taken into your own hands. In this episode of NCF, Christopher Gorog talks with Wayne Lonstein about how to protect your privacy on social media. Visit our sponsors: Cyber Resilience Institute BlockFrame Inc. SecureSet Academy Murray Security Services
31 minutes | 12 days ago
NCF-253 Blockchain's Future in Cybersecurity
On today's show, host Chris Gorog talks with Jason Rupe about the future direction in blockchain technology. Blockchain, commonly known for its use in cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin, has benefits in bringing trust to any distributable dataset. Listen to this episode of NCF as we explore the current research in blockchain for a cyber world built to be secure from the ground up
31 minutes | 19 days ago
NCF-252 Cyberwar to Stop Election Hijacks and Misinformation
Misinformation; are you being manipulated? Host Chris Gorog talks with Theresa Payton, author of "Manipulated: Inside the Cyberwar to Hijack Elections," about the cyber world of misinformation and how those overseas benefit from spreading lies. In the modern age, information is so overstimulating that we often don't even check its validity but instead take it at face value. This lack of attention to reason becomes more dangerous than ever; once you realize that social media manipulators can take ad revenue from false issues and nonsensical online banter. Learn how to identify misinformation on this episode of New Cyber Frontier.
34 minutes | a month ago
NCF-251 Blockchain Technology and The Future of Cybersecurity
On today's show, host Chris Gorog talks with Senator Kent Lambert to discuss the future of blockchain technology in cybersecurity. Blockchain technology, famous for its use in cryptocurrencies, distributes evidence for given information. If everyone has a way of proving the information, then people who try to bend the truth face a lead wall in pursuit of their endeavors. Although, cryptocurrencies are not the end-all for blockchain. Blockchain in the form of Distributed-Ledgers can be used in applications ranging from credentials to medical records and beyond. You definitely don't want to miss this episode of NCF.
33 minutes | a month ago
NCF-250 Becoming An Entrepreneur In Cybersecurity
On today's show, host Abe Tompson talks with Roselle Safran on the entrepreneurial side of cybersecurity, where the connection between business and practical thinking becomes essential. The skill of communicating the value of cybersecurity to companies and those in power can be an incredible tool for both forging a career path and making the cyber world a better place. Today on NCF, Roselle Safran shares her story on becoming an entrepreneur in the cybersecurity industry. Visit our sponsors: Cyber Resilience Institute BlockFrame Inc. SecureSet Academy Murray Security Services
30 minutes | a month ago
NCF-249 How important is industrial cybersecurity?
On today's show, host Christopher Gorog talks with expert Jonathan Veteto to discuss what makes the computers on the factory floor a big target for data leaks. Those who target factories aren't there for making the machines mess up a few parts, but to take essential data that companies often can't recover from business secrets becoming dispersed or deleted. Listen to this episode of NCF where we talk about the importance of industrial cybersecurity. Visit our sponsors: Cyber Resilience Institute BlockFrame Inc. SecureSet Academy Murray Security Services
32 minutes | 2 months ago
NCF-248 Data Forensics and Cyber Education
On today's show, our host Abe Thompson talks with Amber Schroader on the world of data forensics and the impotence of having more women in cybersecurity. In an age of continuously generated data and diminishing privacy, it's essential to educate ourselves on where our information goes. As a prominent female in the cyber industry, Amber Schroader has done a lot for educating the next generation of women in cyber, whether for personal online safety or as a full-on career. Listen in as we discuss creating the future of women in cybersecurity on NCF. Visit our sponsors: Cyber Resilience Institute BlockFrame Inc. SecureSet Academy Murray Security Services
30 minutes | 2 months ago
NCF-247 Are We Secure Enough?
On today's show, host Chris Gorog talks with CIO and Author Bryce Austin to discuss the current state of ransomware attacks. In the world of cybercrime, those who wish to jump a fence to get somewhere they aren't supposed to be, it's up to us to make that fence as hard to climb as humanly possible. Nothing is genuinely unhackable, but making a hacker give up is a real possibility by wasting the hacker's time. Listen in as we discuss how to be secure enough on today's New Cyber Frontier.
31 minutes | 2 months ago
NCF-246 How to Sell Cybersecurity as an Expert
On today's show, host Chris Gorog talks with Trevor Dierdorff, Founder and CEO of Ammnet, to discuss how to sell cybersecurity knowledge and skill-sets. Those who have a deep understanding of cybersecurity and technology have difficulty understanding the cyber market's human side and tend to stray from social interaction. Because of that, less-skilled individuals in cybersecurity that are great at socializing take the market by storm. Listen in as we discuss how to bridge the gap between the technical and the social for today's New Cyber Frontier.
29 minutes | 2 months ago
NCF-245 CISOs Solve Unique Pandemic Cyber Issues
On today’s show, host Chris Gorog sits down with Kathie Miley, cybersecurity expert and most recently the COO at AffirmLogic. They discuss how CISOs working together solve the world’s biggest cyber problems. Unique challenges require unique solutions, and the pandemic has proved to be no exception to this. Listen in to hear about how the CISO community tackles today’s toughest issues, including cybercrime, ransomware, and phishing
35 minutes | 3 months ago
NCF-244 Should We Question the Security of the Cloud?
Today's guest has a broad perspective on cybersecurity from being the Director of Security and an evangelist for security on the Web. His widely circulated messages on risk and threats related to managed services and cloud computing may make you think twice about blindly moving all of your operations to the cloud. Cost-effective or too risky, Alexandre Blanc provides some interesting points you will want to hear on the topic.
33 minutes | 3 months ago
A Coordinated Approach Toward Stronger Industrial Cyber Security
On today’s show, Dr. Shawn P. Murray speaks with Daniel Ehrenreich, Cyber Security Expert on Industrial Control Systems in Israel. The focus of this segment is on a Coordinated Approach Toward Stronger Industrial Cyber Security. Daniel explains a bit about his background in ICS systems and the need to secure them. Daniel details several real-world scenarios where companies experienced attacks related to weaknesses in ICS platforms and how they could have been prevented. Shawn and Daniel discuss various challenges in this area and convergence of some of the newer, more pervasive technologies like IIOT and ICS-OT.
31 minutes | 3 months ago
NCF-242 eDiscovery: Navigating a post crisis investigation
On today’s show, host Chris Gorog sits down with Karen Andersen, principal consultant at Optiv Inc, to talk about navigating a post crisis investigation. They discuss the human psyche and what compels people to act. In the aftermath of an incident, how do you open up enough to answer tough questions and how can you ask better questions. In today’s world, it’s a matter of when not if incidents will need to be dealt with. Thinking now about how you’re going to address the inevitable challenges that come up will aid in a better response when those challenges do arise. Don’t miss today’s episode so you can be better prepared.
40 minutes | 3 months ago
NCF-241 What’s on the Horizon for 2021
On today’s show, Chris Gorog and Dr. Shawn Murray continue their roundtable, examining topics we can expect to see in 2021. Along with guests Ben Johnson, Dr. Richard Klodnicki, Kent Lambert, Dr. Jason Rupe they look at what may be in store for the next year, they discuss upcoming changes to remote access services as well as supply chain security. Cyber intelligence will continue to play a large role in 2021, and as it does discernment will prove more challenging. Businesses will continue to need to adapt to the increasingly online world, as will schools. They examine the SAFE DATA Act and discuss what privacy for the individual means in the year ahead as well as how political divides impact security on a national level. Join us for part two of this special two-part series exploring how the cybersecurity world was shaped by 2020, and what we can expect in 2021.
75 minutes | 3 months ago
NC0-Year in Review 2020
On today’s show, Chris Gorog and Dr. Shawn Murray host a roundtable looking back at 2020. Along with guests Ben Johnson, Dr. Richard Klodnicki, Kent Lambert they discuss key highlights for 2020 and how COVID-19 acted as a catalyst in the cybersecurity industry, particularly when it comes to working from home security. They look at how AI has panned out during the pandemic as well as how the shifting landscape impacted businesses. Recent security breaches in the news are addressed, as well as a look at the political environment and its impact on security. As we move into 2021, how will 2020 continue to shape us? Join us for this special two-part series examining how the cybersecurity world was influenced by 2020, and what we can expect in 2021.
28 minutes | 4 months ago
NCF-240 CO19 ISSA Stepping up to Adjust for at Home Workforce
On today’s show, host Christopher Gorog sits down with Ernest Campos, local Colorado ISSA chapter president and Cyber Operations Manager at L3Harris Technologies. They discuss the differences between working at startups versus large corporations, supporting local communities, and what it’s like to work at the White House. Hear about the third largest chapter of ISSA, located in Colorado Springs, and how they’ve shifted from in-person to virtual events due to Covid-19. In this changing world, how are leaders in cybersecurity responding? Tune in to today’s episode to find out.
31 minutes | 4 months ago
Bridging the Gaps Between Academia and Practitioners in Cyber Security
During this segment, Dr. Shawn Murray speaks with Ed Amoroso, founder of TAG Cyber and former CISO of AT&T. Ed explains the history and evolution of information security, technology, and the need to bridge gaps between practitioners and academia. Ed’s contribution in both areas has allowed him to transition to his role at TAG Cyber when he and his teamwork to help various businesses understand where they can best allocate specific resources and debunks many mindsets on generally accepted best practices in information and cybersecurity. Shawn and Ed discuss some of Ed’s additional contributions in academia as well.
32 minutes | 4 months ago
NCF-238 Supporting Employee Retention of Cyber Workforces
On today’s show, host Chris Gorog talks with Kathleen Smith, the Chief Marketing Officer at cybersecjobs.com. They discuss how to support employee retention in today’s cyber workplace. Identifying and hiring the right candidate is instrumental in building a strong team. In the cyber workforce finding the right applicant has its own unique criteria. From navigating the clearance required jobs market to what the future holds for the cyber workforce, you won’t want to miss today’s conversation.
34 minutes | 5 months ago
NCF-237 Cybersecurity Law and Legislation in Latin America
Today’s guest Victoria Beckman talks to our host Abe Thompson about cybersecurity law, cyber crime, and legislation in Latin America. Each country has its own laws and you’ll want to familiarize yourself with not only the country’s laws but where they are in the implementation of said laws. Hear about the need to balance privacy and accessibility and how it’s impacting this industrial region. Often considered lagging in many ways, Latin America, known as the factory of North America, is responsible for the origination of many products used in everyday life. This is definitely something you’ll want to know about as you think about those many products you rely on. Visit our sponsors: Cyber Resilience Institute BlockFrame Inc. SecureSet Academy Murray Security Services
36 minutes | 5 months ago
NCF-236 Shift the Narrative from Cybersecurity to Safety
Our guest today has an entirely new approach to cybersecurity. Christopher Gorog interviews Kavya Pearlmen of XRSI, who is turning the conversation to safety: safety of our privacy and data, our physical beings, and our emotional and psychological state. Hear her explain this new thought process in extend reality, which is basically anything that represents a virtual extension of our physical bodies. Kavya is convinced with this change in our philosophy, cybersecurity will be given more importance in the years to come. This show is one you will not want to miss. It captivated our host as well. Visit our sponsors: Cyber Resilience Institute BlockFrame Inc. SecureSet Academy Murray Security Services
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