Brilliance Security Magazine Podcast podcast

Brilliance Security Magazine Podcast

Steven Bowcut

Illuminating the intersection of physical and cyber security with interviews, product reviews, and security-related news and information.

37 Episoden

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    Automotive Cybersecurity Risks


    Episode S3E12 features an informative conversation with Slava Bronfman, the Co-founder and CEO at Cybellum. Cybellum is a global leader providing integrated cyber solutions for the leading device manufactures, including automobiles. We discuss the cybersecurity risks associated with the automotive industry and what can be done to mitigate those risks.  In his role as CEO at Cybellum, Slava is responsible for the business, sales, and marketing operations, working with manufacturers and asset owners worldwide on implementing risk assessment solutions. He served as an officer in Israel’s elite intelligence corps unit 8153 in a leading product management position and holds an M.Sc. In Computer Science, Cum Laude, and a B.Sc. in Information Systems, Cum Laude. Join us for this fascinating episode and enjoy the conversation. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast.
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    Smartphone-related Security Threats


    In Episode S3E11 our guest is Dr. Bill Anderson, President of CIS Mobile. Dr. Anderson is a security industry executive with extensive leadership experience founding, funding, and operating security software companies. He has previously served as Vice President, Technology Investments at Allied Minds where he managed a portfolio of information security, quantum, and semiconductor design companies. Bill has held executive roles in product management and marketing at several public and private technology companies and is an expert on security in the mobile ecosystem. During this fascinating conversation, Bill gives us an overview of some current and recent threats related to smartphones and explains some of the methods government users have historically used to protect against smartphone-related threats - and the challenges with those methods. To wrap it up, Dr. Anderson give us some very specific recommendations for protecting government users of commercial smartphones. If you use a smartphone, and who doesn't, you are sure to find this episode interesting. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast.
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    What the Future Holds for the “New” Workplace


    In Episode S3E10, our guest is Julian Lovelock. Julian is currently Vice President of the Global Business Segment responsible for workforce identity management solutions at HID Global. Part of his role includes sparking new innovation leading to the development of new products and services. Julian moved to the United States from London in 2006 following the acquisition of ASPACE Solutions, where he was CTO and co-founder. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from the University of Aston, UK. We discuss the idea of identity being the new perimeter, and Julian explains what it means to digitally transform the management of identities and the associated cyber and physical access credentials for the workplace.  Julian walks us through some of the current technological trends for authentication and some of the best practices in securing workplaces and networks.  Don't miss this informative interview with Julian Lovelock, Vice President of Global Business Segment at HID Global.
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    Industry IoT Consortium's Trustworthiness framework foundations


    In Episode S3E9 we depart from our normal format and interview four guests at once. The panel for this episode is made up of Karen Quatromoni, the Director of PR at Object Management Group, and three co-chairs of the Trustworthiness Task Group for the Industry IoT Consortium, they are: Marcellus Buchheit - Co-founder and Chairman of the Board at WIBU-Systems. Frederick Hirsch - An independent consultant in the area of trustworthiness and security. Bob Martin - Leads the supply chain and security efforts within MITRE, a non-profit organization that runs federally funded research and development centers. We discuss the business need and context for trustworthiness and how it relates to safety and security, what a trustworthy supply chain means and how companies can gain assurance of trustworthiness from their downstream partners, IICs Trustworthiness Framework, and more. Please join us for this informative and relevant conversation around trustworthiness, safety, and security.  --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast.
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    10 keys to preventing ransomware


    In Episode S3E8, our guest is Corey Nachreiner, Chief Security Officer at WatchGuard Technologies. Corey is a front-line cybersecurity expert for nearly two decades; he regularly contributes to security publications and speaks internationally at leading industry trade shows like RSA. He has written thousands of security alerts and educational articles. Corey is the primary contributor to the Secplicity Community, which provides daily videos and content on the latest security threats, news, and best practices. A Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Corey enjoys "modding" any technical gizmo he can get his hands on and considers himself a hacker in the old sense of the word. In this fascinating conversation, Corey discusses the current state of ransomware as we delve into what double and even triple extortion attacks mean to businesses. Corey provides ten important and valuable keys for preventing ransomware.  Don't miss this exciting and informative interview with Corey Nachreiner, CSO at WatchGuard Technologies.  --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast.
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    Cybersecurity Awareness Training - Why It Works


    In Episode S3E7 our guest is Zack Schuler. Zack is the founder and CEO of NINJIO – a global cybersecurity awareness company that teaches employees and their families how not to get hacked. Zack is an authority on cybersecurity, employee engagement, and related tech issues. He has written for Forbes, HR Dive, Dark Reading, and many other outlets. In this fun and entertaining episode, we discuss where the idea for NINJIO came from and how it got started. Zack gives us an overview of the various cybersecurity training programs NINJIO offers. They cover more essential topics than you might think. We spend some time talking about the importance of developing a culture of cybersecurity awareness within companies, and Zack offers some great ideas about how leaders can accomplish just that.  If you'd like to learn more about cybersecurity awareness training and how it can help you at work and home, don't miss this episode of the Brilliance Security Magazine Podcast. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast.
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    Automated Remediation


    In Episode S3E6 our guest is Brian Hajost, President and Founder of SteelCloud, a company that develops technology for automated remediation of endpoints to effectively meet compliance mandates.  In this fun and informative conversation, Brian delves into what it means for organizations to meet the various compliance mandates they are subject to. He addresses the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) and how enterprises can automate remediation of their endpoints.  A little about our guest: Brian Hajost is the President & CEO of SteelCloud, a company that develops technology for automated remediation of endpoints to various security benchmarks. Brian’s technical career has spanned over thirty years, primarily with leading-edge technologies in regulated industries.  He holds eight patents in IT security and two patents in mobile security.  He is an active contributor to the DC Chapter of the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA), currently serving a board member. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast.
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    The Importance of Encryption in Today’s Data-dependent World


    In Episode S3E5, we talk with Purandar Das, CEO and Co-Founder at Sotero - Sotero offers the first field-level, universal data protection platform. We talk about the importance of data, the data lifecycle, and why it is essential to encrypt data at each stage of the lifecycle. We discuss the idea of data time-to-value, and why it is important, and the current state of today's encryption technologies. Join us for a fascinating conversation. Purandar Das is an experienced executive with a demonstrated history of success in the information technology and services space. He is skilled in Technology & Business Development. He is experienced in Enterprise Software, Enterprise Architecture, Agile Methodologies, and Customer Relationship Management (CRM). He was formerly the CTO at Infogroup, MobileMessenger, and Epsilon. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast.
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    Application Security: the Importance of Collaboration, Automation, and Infrastructure as Code


    In Episode S3E4, we talk with Abhay Bhargav, founder of we45 - an Application Security Company and he is also the Chief Research Officer of AppSecEngineer - a hands-on online training platform for AppSec, Cloud-Native Security, Kubernetes Security, and DevSecOps. We talk about why it's important to foster a culture of collaboration between security and engineering teams, and what can happen if you don't collaborate. We discuss the role of automation in DevSecOps and how it can be implemented. Finally, we touch on Infrastructure as Code (IaC).  Please join us for an interesting conversation. Abhay Bhargav started his career as a breaker of apps, in pen testing and red-teaming, but today is more involved in scaling AppSec with Cloud-Native Security and DevSecOps He is a pioneer in the area of DevSecOps and AppSec Automation, including the world’s first hands-on training program on DevSecOps, focused on Application Security Automation. In addition to this, Abhay is active in his research of new technologies and their impact on Application Security, specifically Cloud-Native Security.  --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast.
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    Cybersecurity for Physical Access Control in the Cloud


    In Episode S3E3, we talk with Kim Loy, Chief Product Officer at ACRE, a global networking and security solution leader. We probe whether cloud-based physical access systems have lived up to their expected adoption by end-users. We look at some of the potential cybersecurity risks associated with exposing physical access data and controls to the internet and discuss how these concerns have been addressed. Kim offers a view of the Cloud Security Shared Responsibility model from a physical access control perspective. Join us for a fascinating and informative discussion with Kim Loy, who has more than 25 years of security industry senior management experience and has achieved significant success within a wide variety of global enterprises. As Chief Product Officer for ACRE, Kim is responsible for overseeing the company’s brands, strategic product planning, and cybersecurity strategy. In addition, Kim provides direction for messaging strategy and communications development. Prior to her role at ACRE, she served as the Director of Technology and Communications for Vanderbilt International in Dublin, Ireland, where she managed the global R&D, Product Management, and Marketing Communications teams. Kim has held senior positions with GE Security, G4S, Xtralis, and Pelco by Schneider Electric. These global positions have provided her with extensive international experience, including time living in England, France, Belgium, and Ireland. Kim also serves on the Security Industry Association Board of Directors. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast.

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