InfoSecEU2019

Their Story Chats At Infosecurity Europe | London 2019 | David Baker, Bugcrowd And Pete Beck, IOActive

A Their Story interview with Sean Martin and Marco Ciappelli

Guests: David Baker, Bugcrowd | Pete Beck, IOactive
Hosts: Sean Martin | Marco Ciappelli

During the Infosecurity Europe event in London, Bugcrowd and IOactive announced a new partnership that's designed to provide the brush and the roller and everything between — bringing the right security researcher talent to the right projects at the right time.

David Baker from Bugcrowd and Pete Beck from IOactive join Marco and me from the Olympia show floor to tell us more about the partnership and the direct benefits it can have for their customers. As usual, we like to peel back the onion a bit and, in doing so, we uncover a few indirect benefits the partnership has on Bugcrowd's and IOactive's business that then translate into additional benefits for their combined customer base.

Their Story Chats At Infosecurity Europe | London 2019 | Aftab Afzal, CEO, CyberCyte

A Their Story interview with Sean Martin and Marco Ciappelli

Guest: Aftab Afzak | CEO, CyberCyte
Hosts: Sean Martin | Marco Ciappelli

In this podcast from Infosecurity Europe, we like to look at the operational aspects of cybersecurity where Aftab gives us a view into what The Circle of Zero Trust is and how integrated network protections, access control, and biometrics, work together to build that circle — and how that fits into a variety of operational scenarios.

It’s an educational and thought-provoking conversation as we cross over from technology to cybersecurity, privacy, and society. We hope you enjoy it.

Their Story Chats At Infosecurity Europe | London 2019 | Charles Lawson And Jeff Sizemore, Egnyte

A Their Story interview with Sean Martin and Marco Ciappelli

Guests: Charles Lawson | Jeff Sizemore
Hosts: Sean Martin | Marco Ciappelli

In this podcast from Infosecurity Europe, Charles Lawson and Jeff Sizemore take us deep into the worlds of construction and healthcare (and beyond) to explore how these organizations have transformed their business to where they can securely store and share sensitive documents and information as a means to protect patient privacy, provide better health services, streamline projects, manage their already-slim margins, and avoid paying penalties due to errors or delays.

Both industries have gone—and continue to go through—a ton of digital transformation. Where have they succeeded? Where do they need additional improvements? We discuss this and a ton of other things relevant to most industries that rely on data and information to run their business.