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The 12th Edition Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR): Read It And Spring into Action

By Sean Martin

Guests: Gabriel Bassett | John Grim
Host: Sean Martin

Today's episode comes to you in concert with the release of the 12th edition of the Verizon Data Breach Investigation report comprised of data from 73 contributors, the highest number since its launch. Gabriel Bassett, Senior Information Security Data Scientist and John Grim, Senior Manager, Investigative Response Team — both from Verizon Enterprise Solutions — join ITSPmagazine's Sean Martin. We discuss the role of the DBIR in building and maintaining information security programs, what some of the key findings are, and how to make the data actionable.

A Visual Of What A Real Cyber Attack Looks Like

By Sean Martin, host of At The Edge

In this episode, we look at the Verizon Data Breach Digest cases and how they can help organizations operationalize their risk and security management programs. John Grim from Verizon paints some visual pictures for us to chew on, breaking down how the attacks originate, how the target is reached, how the internal victims and stakeholders are impacted, how companies can respond, and how non-victim organizations can prepare and protect their business from a similar attack.

The Uber Driver Prefers To Take You To The Uber Mall For Some Uber Coffee – Thanks #NetNeutrality! Coming Soon?

By Ashwin Krishnan | Guest Host: The Cyber Society

There has been a lot of noise over the new Net Neutrality law and what it means to us as consumers, small/medium businesses, and large enterprises. In this new chronicle, Ashwin Krishnan sheds some light on this controversial topic based using an analogy that we all understand: our Uber rides. Love it or hate it you can’t ignore it.

Did You Know | RSA 2017 Offers Learning Labs

Did you know? In 2017, RSA Conference added four more Learning Labs, bringing the total this year to 16. View this list to get a sampling of the hands-on labs being offered at RSAC 2017.