Brian Contos chats with Ed Amoroso, former SVP and CSO of AT&T and current CEO of TAG Cyber LLC, about priorities and advice for building a top-notch security team. From Ed’s perspective, decision-making board members must be equipped with continuous data and have instincts that come from experience, but that can be a challenging balance to find.
According to Terry Ray, SVP, Fellow, and former CTO of Imperva, Inc., practices and safety around data privacy and the cloud, though slowly improving, still leave much to be desired. He and Brian Contos discuss the concept of absolute security and why businesses benefit more from calculating acceptable risk based on their unique critical assets.
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.
In the spirit of Ada Lovelace Day coming up on October 9th, host Brian Contos chats with Verodin security analyst Ashley Zaya about her role on the Behavior Research Team (BRT) and the perspective she brings to the industry. Ashley reflects on her career in InfoSec thus far and the experiences she gained working in Boeing's fast-paced SOC. Ashley also shares valuable advice for women entering the field and her favorite movie soundtrack.