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Building Operational Resilience In A Digital World
Ann hosts a conversation with Ian Coldwater, a Kubernetes container and cloud infrastructure specialist, penetration tester, DevOps engineer, and cybersecurity consultant bridging the gaps between teams. Ann and Ian talk about how CISOs can prepare for an cyberattack to minimize its impact, master the magic and complexity of containers, and encourage collaboration between engineering and security to find and fix vulnerabilities. Listen to hear how the highest security priorities may not be tools or process, but communication within the organization and remembering the basics.
KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2019:
KubeCon + CloudNativeCon keynote: "Hello from the Other Side: Dispatches from a Kubernetes Attacker":
|Nov 18, 2019|
From Threat Intelligence to Chatbots: A Look at AI in Cybersecurity
Ann chats with CISO advisor, author, speaker and champion for women in cybersecurity Jane Frankland. In this episode, Ann and Jane explore how companies incorporate AI into their security tools and processes, the promise and risk of chatbots, their own paths to successful careers in cybersecurity, and how to encourage more women to get into the industry. Listen to hear what organizations need to know to make the best use of AI now, while preparing for a vastly more intelligent future.
|Nov 11, 2019|
The State of Cybersecurity: How did we get here? What does it mean?
Ann talks with Marc Goodman, global security strategist, futurist, and author of the book FUTURE CRIMES: EVERYTHING IS CONNECTED, EVERYONE IS VULNERABLE AND WHAT WE CAN DO ABOUT IT.
In this episode, Ann and Marc discuss the scale of cyberthreats - past, present, and future - and how authorities and experts at local, national, and global levels defend against them. They also explore the security risk posed by billions of connected devices and the implications of a multi-dimensional attack for governments, cities, businesses, and human beings. Listen in on their conversation about the evolution of cybercrime and cybersecurity to learn about the possibilities and vulnerabilities of our increasingly connected world.
* Cities are easy prey for cybercriminals. Here's how they can fight back, WEF: https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2019/09/our-cities-are-increasingly-vulnerable-to-cyberattacks-heres-how-they-can-fight-back
* Future Crimes, Marc Goodman: http://www.futurecrimesbook.com
* IBM X-Force Threat Intelligence Index 2018, IBM: https://www.ibm.com/downloads/cas/MKJOL3DG
|Nov 04, 2019|
Afternoon Cyber Tea with Ann Johnson is coming to PodcastOne
Debuts Monday, November 4th!
|Nov 01, 2019|