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We’re Moving Toward Technologies That Enable Humans Rather Than Try To Automate Them

By Sean Martin

During RSA Conference 2019 in San Francisco, Sean Martin sat down with Jill Orhun, Head of Strategy and Operations for Cyber at Devo, Seema Sheth-Voss, VP Product Marketing at Devo, and Chris O’Brien, Head of Technical Marketing at Devo — a group of folks who connect with customers and prospects — to discuss trends and anomalies they’ve seen.

Businesses Are Talking About Technology. But Are They Tech Savvy Yet?

By Sean Martin

During RSA Conference 2019 in San Francisco, Sean Martin sat down with Rod Simmons, Vice President of Product Strategy for Active Directory at STEALTHbits Technologies, to get his thoughts and insights into the current state of the Identity and Access Management space through the lens of both the conference sessions and sprawling expo hall(s).

RSA Conference San Francisco 2019 | A Friendlier Place?

By Thom Langford

This year, RSA Conference seemed to take a clear shift towards a more friendly and inclusive event, especially in the areas of diversity and wellness. Thom Langford, founder of (TL)2 Security Ltd. and friend of ITSPmagazine, gives his perspective of what has changed at this year’s InfoSec conference.

RSAC 2019 | Be An Ally, Not an Asshole

By Selena Templeton

Having entered the cybersecurity space just three years ago, no one was more surprised than Selena Templeton to find herself speaking at RSA Conference 2019. In this recap, she shares her experience joining with Karen Worstell, W Risk Group founder, to talk about “Cybersecurity’s Dirty Little Secret and Talent Grenade: Burnout,other sessions on mental health in cybersecurity, and the overall feeling of camaraderie, openness, healthiness, and mutual support at the conference.

RSA Conference San Francisco 2019 | Fulfilling Our Mission of Supporting the Community At The Intersection Of IT Security And Society

By Sean Martin

After nearly a few decades in the InfoSec industry, Sean Martin has a deep look back at RSA Conference in San Francisco to see how things have changed, what was top-of-mind this year, and how the community aspect of the conference this year made for one of the best events yet for Sean, the ITSPmagazine team, and the publication overall.

Chats On The Road To RSAC 2019 | Why Industrial IoT Security Is Really about Saving Lives | With Galina Antova and Emily Miller

By Sean Martin | Co-host Marco Ciappelli

In this podcast we spoke with two experts deeply entrenched in the world of industrial control systems and critical infrastructure. Galina Antova and Emily Miller join Sean Martin and Marco Ciappelli to give us a view of the state of security for this slice of society while connecting the dots to their RSA Conference panel, Why Industrial IoT Security Is Really about Saving Lives.

Chats On The Road To RSAC 2019 | From Dystopia to Opportunity: Stories from the Future of Cybersecurity | With Keren Elazari and Amit Elazari

By Sean Martin and Marco Ciappelli

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.

Itineraries On The Road To RSA Conference 2019 | San Francisco

So many things to see and so little time on our side – and we are not just talking about San Francisco. RSA Conference 2019 offers a wide variety of attractions if, like us, you are into cybersecurity matters.

On this page, we will report about our plans once we arrive in the City of Fog. 

Chats On The Road To RSAC 2019 | Why The Role Of CISO Sucks And What We Should Do to Fix It! | With Gary Hayslip And Rick McElroy

By Sean Martin and Marco Ciappelli

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.

Chats On The Road To RSA Conference 2019 | San Francisco

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.

Chats On The Road To Las Vegas 2018 | Black Hat, DEFCON, Hacking Diversity

As part of ITSPmagazine's Las Vegas Information Security Conference 2018 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 Las Vegas.

Chats On The Road To RSA Conference 2018 | San Francisco

As part of ITSPmagazine's RSA Conference 2018 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.

Itineraries On The Road To RSA Conference 2018 | San Francisco

So many things to see and so little time on our side – and we are not just talking about San Francisco. RSA Conference 2018 offers a wide variety of attractions if, like us, you are into cybersecurity matters.

On this page, we will report about our plans once we arrive in the City of Fog. 

My Digital TAT2: Connecting Parents and Kids of the Digital Generation

MyDigitalTAT2, a San Francisco Bay Area nonprofit, bridges the gap between concerned parents and today's generation of kids, who see no distinction between digital and real life. Follow along as we hear directly from teens about what they're really doing online, and how their attitudes are shaping the future of an IT-infused society.

Cybersecurity & Girls

From Facetime to face-to-face time, a seasoned expert and a Millennial intern talk about gender bias, communication, and how things have changed in cybersecurity from two different generational points of view.

CyberSecurity: Ignorance Is Not An Excuse | A Live Experts Panel At RSAC | Recap

Selena Templeton provides an overview of what was discussed in this live panel covering the human element of cybersecurity which was streamed from the Nasdaq Entrepreneurial Center in San Francisco.

User Failures Are Only Possible When Technology Fails First

If it takes just one person giving out the password or opening a suspect email to take a system down, is it the fault of the user or the system? Secure Mentem president Ira Winkler leads an energetic and fast-paced session on the human element when it comes to cybersecurity.

Women in Security: Breaking Down Barriers to the Board

IOActive, Equal Respect and WISP presented this morning networking event to help senior-level women in security strategize the next stage in their career by targeting and sitting on a board. ITSPmagazine was there in full force to support the movement and capture the moment.

If You Think Judi Dench Is a Cool “M” in 007 Movies, Meet the Real One: Dame Stella Rimington

The keynote that summed up women in security for me was, without a doubt, from the eloquent and engaging Dame Stella Rimington. She is a former Director General of MI5, Britain’s domestic counter-intelligence and security agency, and whom Judi Dench’s character “M” in the James Bond films was based on. In fact, when Rimington saw the film, she recognized many details of herself, down to her three-quarter trench coat and choice of heels.

AI, ML, Phishing, Ransomware: Initial Findings From RSA Conference 2017

During the first couple days of the RSA Conference, I've spent most of my time having informal conversations with attendees, taking briefings from vendors, and engaging in deep-dive interviews with executives and leaders from cybersecurity firms of all sizes. The two common themes thus far? Artificial intelligence/machine learning and a focus on ransomware and phishing.