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Now displaying: March, 2023
Mar 28, 2023

We often see security as a thing that has definitive check boxes, end states and deliverables. Audits "end" and then start again, but if you are looking at security as a noun -- as in, a thing that gets done, you are falling short. Security must be a verb. You DO security, you do not HAVE security. Security weaves through every layer and goes beyond the IT assets or codebase. This includes: Guerrilla marketing of gaining end-user buy-in for initiatives Iterative tuning of your data sources Active engagement with real-time feedback from the user base and technical teams Threat- and risk-informed decisions need to be capable of adapting when things get turned upside down. You need to create a culture and the associated processes to look at security like you do. Security teams and roadmaps are designed to look (often myopically) at specific "deliverables" and not so much at the vital signs of the security ecosystem in any given moment (and what that looks like OVER TIME, not at a moment IN time).

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In the leadership and communications section, CISO, The Board, and Cybersecurity, How CISOs Can Work With the CFO to Get the Best Security Budget, Building Effective and Skilled Teams Through Networking, Connectivity, and Communication, and more!

 

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Mar 21, 2023

When CISOs report into CEOs it gives them more autonomy, empowers them with more decision making authority, and eliminates the inherent conflict of interest present when CISOs report into IT leaders like the CIO.

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https://www.forrester.com/blogs/five-reasons-why-cisos-should-report-to-ceos

 

In the leadership and communications section, CISO: A Job in Search of a Description, The Rise of the BISO in Contemporary Cybersecurity, When More is Less: The Dangers of Over-Communication in Teams, and more!

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/bsw298

Mar 14, 2023

Natural language processing AI will be at the forefront in 2023, as it will enable organizations to better understand their customers and employees by analyzing their emails and providing insights about their needs, preferences or even emotions. As AI voice cloning technology becomes more powerful and readily available, we will see an increase in impersonation attacks that utilize audio deepfakes. Join Dr. Kiri Addison, Threat Detection and Efficacy Product Manager, Mimecast to discuss how you can prepare and protect your organization from these types of business email compromises with the right cybersecurity products that can effectively protect them against attacks like these. ​

 

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In this week's leadership and communications segment, we discuss overemphasizing metrics, delegation drawbacks, security culture starts at the top, and succeeding in security with economic insecurity.

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/bsw297

Mar 7, 2023

From protecting application and data from cyberattacks to meeting compliance regulations, healthcare providers face the complex challenge of providing secure and reliable access to medical data. In this segment, Terry Ray joins Business Security Weekly to discuss common attack trends and security challenges that healthcare providers face along with guidance for securing healthcare data and applications.

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In the leadership and communications section, Your Biggest Cybersecurity Risks Could Be Inside Your Organization, Subtracting: The Simplest Path to Effective Leadership, How to Be a Good Interviewer, and more!

 

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Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/bsw296

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