Brian Contos sits down with cybersecurity veteran William (Bill) Crowell, former Deputy Director of the NSA and current partner at Alsop Louie Partners, to get a picture of the major threat landscape changes over the past 15 years. While phishing attacks, advanced persistent threats (APTs), and breach monetization become more sophisticated each day, CIOs and board members must turn their focus to implementing proper network segmentation.
In a security professional’s career, a nearly perfect success rate can be quickly and detrimentally tarnished by one mistake that puts the company at risk. Raj Samani, Fellow and Chief Scientist at McAfee, shares his professional journey and explains how his choices have reflected who he is as a mentor, peer, father, husband, and author, encouraging listeners to appreciate what they have now.
While appealing new gadgets and innovative products continue to hit the market, legal firms caution organizations about the risks of IoT devices. Technology-focused trial litigator IJay Palansky forecasts the impending boom of cyber litigation in the coming years and his recommendations for avoiding the costly consequences of an attack.
The industry-wide talent shortage makes it challenging to attract and retain top cybersecurity talent — analysts often operate understaffed and overwhelmed by the ever-growing volume of alerts to sort through. Kevin Morrison, CISO at Pulte Group, Inc. examines his culture-centric approach to structuring cybersecurity staff, maximizing skill-set efficiencies, and aligning the success of his program to core business objectives.