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If you’re looking to understand the business of security, then Business Security Weekly is your show! Matt and Paul cover security for senior managers and executives, including business challenges, leadership, and communications! Our special guests provide unique perspectives on real problems and solutions to help organizations secure their environments effectively. Learn how to build your security program, solve real problems, learn leadership skills and so much more!
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Now displaying: August, 2020
Aug 31, 2020

Organizations need a highly skilled security chief to drive fundamental initiatives and align activities to address pressing enterprise needs. Proven CISOs (Chief Information Security Officers) are hard to find and essentially they could become challenging to retain and afford. Flexible Virtual CISO model is an excellent choice to achieve your enterprise goals in terms of security. Companies usually face diverse challenges in term of cost, retention, limited talent in a particular location, etc. The solution to achieve operational excellence and drive highly successful security programs at a fraction of the cost, is to hire a vCISO. A Virtual CISO will occupy the same place in the organization a full-time CISO would, but in a more cost-effective way. A vCISO will provide strategy, guidance, and oversight to achieve operational success in security. Operating with an independent voice, they often can escape the internal politics that plague some organizations.

 

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Aug 25, 2020

Ed Amoroso spent over 30 years with AT&T and was frustrated with the security research and advisory firms. We all have our stories, but Ed decided to do something about it. He created TAG Cyber to democratize world-class cyber security research and advisory services.

 

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Aug 24, 2020

In the Leadership and Communications section, Why Do Your Employees Resist New Tech?, Who’s Responsible for a Safer Cloud?, Publicly Reported Data Breaches Stand at its Lowest Point in 5 Years, and more!

 

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Aug 18, 2020

In the Leadership and Communications section, CISOs say new problem solving strategies required, How Remote Work is Reshuffling Your Security Priorities and Investments, Security Jobs With a Future -- And Ones on the Way Out and more!

 

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Aug 17, 2020

Jeff Costlow, Deputy CISO at ExtraHop, will discuss the challenges of detecting and patching Ripple20. Ripple 20 is a series of zero-day vulnerabilities in a widely used low-level TCP/IP software library developed by Treck, Inc. There are two primary attack vectors: Internet Protocol and Domain Name Services. Jeff will discuss ExtraHop's approach to detecting these devices and provide a quick demo of the solution.

 

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Aug 5, 2020

A ground shaking exposé on the failure of popular cyber risk management methods. This book is the first of a series of spinoffs from Douglas Hubbard’s successful first book, How To Measure Anything: Finding the Value of “Intangibles” in Business.

 

Learn more on how to quantify risk in terms of dollars and cents in order to build better "business impact" decision makers, visit: https://hubbardresearch.com/

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Aug 5, 2020

Global spending on cyber security totals over $100 billion per year, with no upper limit in sight as adversaries remain successful at compromising even well-resourced organizations. Why do adversaries remain successful despite advances in security technologies and risk frameworks? As it turns out, an often-overlooked architecture from 30 years ago is a common thread among many successful attacks. By re-thinking the ubiquitous web browser and its connection to the internet, CIOs and CISOs can nearly eliminate their internet risk surface, provide users the tools and access they need, and free up incident responders to focus on more advanced threats.

 

This segment is sponsored by Authentic8. Visit https://www.authentic8.com/bsw to learn more about them!

To download your copy of "The Billion Dollar Security Blanket" by Matt Ashburn, visit: https://www.authentic8.com/bsw

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