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RSA Conference 2018 in San Francisco is now over, and it was great to be part of it.
After so many conversations and so much running around, Friday arrived and we decided to have one more recap chat with Dr. Chris Pierson, right before the last of the three talks he was delivering at this RSA Conference.
It is always good to see him, and it was not the first time at this year's event, as we had invited him to moderate one of the five Expert Panels that we streamed live and recorded in San Francisco: “GDPR, Identity, And Cybersecurity”.
Following up on that conversation, we wanted to summarize what the GDPR and privacy talk felt like during RSA, and what to expect from this critical step for privacy.
This was a good conversation.Let’s listen.
Identity management, authentication, and access control technologies and business processes are directly impacted by the resurgence in the identity management and access control market. With this, they ways run which we access systems and data is also changing. Will passwords go the way of the dodo bird? If so, what does that world look like? How can the world look to government entities such as Estonia and Singapore to provide better identity management and control? These questions, and more, are discussed during this conversation between Jeff Carpenter from Crossmatch and Sean Martin from ITSPmagazine.
Nick Bilogorskiy from Juniper Networks chats with Sean Martin, Editor in Chief for ITSPmagazine, about his entry into the cybersecurity market, his role at Juniper Networks, and the relevance of cryptocurrency and crypto-mining/crypto-jacking in cybersecurity.
Mounir Hahad, Sr. Director at Cyphort Labs (now part of Juniper Networks) connected with ITSPmagazine’s Sean Martin during the Black Hat USA 2017. During their conversation, Hahad reminds us all that the end goal for the industry is to protect our customers and provide a safe environment for the end users to conduct their business. With this in mind, Hahad also puts a call out to the industry at large to work together, suggesting that business and technical partnerships should not be limited to the behemoths that want to control the market nor the startups that are looking for a creative, partnership-driven means to enter the market. In other words, it’s going to require all of us to work together if we are to successfully tackle the problem of cybercrime.
In this episode, ITSPmagazine's Sean Martin has a full house with four guests on the show.
Join Sara Hill, SVP Advanced Technologies from Enterprise Ireland, Alan Mc Glinchey, VP Technology from IDA Ireland, Eoin Keary, CEO of edgescan, and Nollaig Heffernan, Director of Product Delivery for Waratek as they look at the increasingly-challenging threat landscape and the growing information security market.
As the RSA Conference in San Francisco provides an environment that invites and attracts welcomes individuals and companies from all over the world, Sean explores what it’s like bringing Irish-based companies abroad to do business in the US. Flipping the coin to the other side, they also talk about the value of extending a non-EU company's reach into the EU via Ireland; one of the leading value propositions presented being the wealth of diverse talent available based in what will be the only English-speaking country in the EU after the UK exits the Union.
With Ireland playing a pivotal role in the EU's presence in the tech industry, Sean also asked the group to share their thoughts on the pending General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR); what it means to be compliant, and the need for organizations to take data protection seriously - starting now.