In this podcast we get to know two fantastic women in the cybersecurity community: a friendly hacker and a lawyer, who also happen to be sisters whose individual careers have inspired one another. We hope that they will inspire many young people to pursue their passion and hopefully a career in InfoSec, as a hacker, as a lawyer, as a psychologist, as a researcher, or whatever their dream may be.
By Sean Martin
Today I am joined by co-host, Selena Templeton, and we have the pleasure of chatting with Renee Small and Chris Foulon — co-hosts for the Breaking into Security podcast series. Today we’re talking about — you guessed it — why it’s so difficult to break in to the field of cybersecurity. Listen in as Renee and Chris have a lot of great insights on this topic!
The primary goal with this webcast discussion is to highlight the value of a SOAR (security orchestration automation and response) platform/model in order to help companies figure out how best to operationalize it as part of their security management programs. The key point here is “operationalize” … who should be involved, what do they need in place in order to succeed (tech/process/people, both within and outside of the platform), and what can they expect from an operational benefit perspective.
By Sean Martin
Mental health is a topic we care deeply about at ITSPmagazine and we were thrilled to have the chance to connect with Ryan Louie, a board-certified Psychiatrist focusing on the psychiatry of entrepreneurship and the mental health impact of cybersecurity, to get a sneak peek into his interactive session on this very topic during RSA Conference 2019.
On today's podcast, we want to share with you what motivated them to present this talk to such a large audience. They/we believe that people are ready to make changes and, as leaders in the space, CISOs need to take the matter into their own hands — starting by helping each other. It’s time to peel back the cover, have these conversations, and collaborate with their peers while being a good role model to their team.
Selena Templeton and co-host Marco Ciappelli chat with Whitney Merrill, a privacy and data attorney who also founded the crypto village at DEFCON, about cyberbullying, anonymity and privacy rights. In this inspiring story, Whitney recounts how being cyberbullied in high school, and the frustration of being told by teachers and police that they couldn’t trace the user, led directly to her career in information security, privacy and the law
By Sean Martin
As a long-time recruiter, Kirsten Renner suggests that we may be leveraging processes and technologies to our disadvantage, forgetting about the human element of the whole process. Are you asking the right questions and then shutting up and listening to what the candidates have to say? Or are you hurting yourself in your own recruiting processes?
Selena Templeton and co-host Marco CIappelli chat with Ariel Herbert-Voss, a Ph.D. student at Harvard University with a focus on adversarial machine learning, about artificial intelligence, machine learning and unconscious bias. It’s no secret that algorithms are, or can be, inherently biased but the issue is not technology – the issue is about human nature. And we can only build something that is fair if we are.
ITSPmagazine’s Sean Martin and Selena Templeton chat with Elizabeth Lopez, a graduate of NPower’s Symantec Cyber Career Connection (SC3) program and a Security Operations Associate at KPMG, about her story that starts with a knack for computers and a job at the local library — which led her to NPower, a nonprofit that trains military veterans and young adults from underserved communities.
What does it take to be CyberAware? What can we learn from the cybercriminals? What can we learn from each other? Everyone has a success story and everyone has a failure; how can we leverage these to extract a valuable learning lesson? Sean Martin chats with Jenny Radcliffe and Mikko Hypponen to hear what they’ve learned as they’ve engaged with users, companies, countries, and law enforcement from around the world.
As part of ITSPmagazine's RSA Conference 2019 coverage, the team at ITSPmagazine will be hitting the road, so to speak, connecting with a number of the conference speakers, presenters, and panelists. We'll use this chronicle to capture the conversations we have so you can find them all in one place. Stay tuned here for more updates as we stop at various places along our journey to RSAC.
Selena Templeton chats with Audrey Taylor, Founder & CEO of netlogx, a company that is comprised of 50% female employees – most of whom are in leadership roles – about how they were so easily able to achieve what the rest of the industry is still struggling with. Hint: found a company that is Diverse by Design.
Nollaig Heffernan and Sean Martin weave, swerve and blast their way through a number of application security technologies looking at the history of the marketplace, the expansion of the technologies, how things stay the same even with the massive changes in continuous delivery and continuous integration.
By Sean Martin
In today’s conversation, Candy Alexander from ISSA International and Jon Oltsik from ESG share how important their 3rd annual global survey on the life and times of cybersecurity professionals is to the InfoSec community, who should get involved, and how the coming findings can help the community help each other to make for a better experience as we all fight the good InfoSec fight.
Three guests join Sean Martin on today’s episode: Tanya Janca (Microsoft), Nicole Becher (NYU/NY-DFS), and Franziska Bühler (Swiss Post). While they are all hailing from different parts of the world, they come together (virtually) on a regular basis, focusing on helping engineering, operations and security teams establish a culture of business-driven security throughout the organization.
Are you tired of the same old stories from the InfoSec vendors? This panel of givers and receivers should make you chuckle as they tell their stories of success and failures in cybersecurity solution sales. Don’t drink the snake oil too fast!
Aaron Guzman | Andrew Robbins | Christine Tang (Panda) | Rohan Vazarkar
Selena Templeton chats Jason Tan, co-founder and CEO of Sift Science, a machine learning fraud and abuse prevention company. The conversation spans the topic of machine learning: how it differs from artificial intelligence, the limitations of ML, how online fraud prevention has been improved upon with ML, unconscious bias, and Natural Language Processing (NLP) and the consequences of exclusively AI-written content.
By Sean Martin
Are you interested in becoming a bug bounty hunter? Listen in to see if this world of research and responsible disclosure is for you. Sean Martin and Marco Ciappelli speak with two penetration testers that double as bug bounty hunters to get their perspective.
Selena Templeton chats with Rania Anderson, founder of The Way WoMen Work, an organization that is dedicated to equipping male business leaders with the skills they need to intentionally advance women, who provides examples and responses that men can say or do in specific situations to be allies to the women they work with — which benefits women, men and the business’ bottom line.
ITSPmagazine’s Sean Martin and Selena Templeton chat with Alex Martinez, a graduate of NPower’s advanced Symantec Cyber Career Connection program and a Triage Analyst at Bloomberg, about his story that starts with a passion for computers at a young age and a thirst for learning — which led him to NPower, a nonprofit that trains military veterans and young adults from underserved communities.