SEC’s SolarWinds Lawsuit: Implications for Directors & Officers in Cybersecurity
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by Rebekah
4M ago
Webinar SEC’s SolarWinds Lawsuit: Implications for Directors & Officers in Cybersecurity A panel discussion on the SEC’s SolarWinds lawsuit and its implications on for individuals, directors, and officer insurance is essential in shedding light on the evolving landscape of cybersecurity regulations and the responsibilities of corporate leadership. In the wake of the SolarWinds cyberattack, where malicious actors compromised a widely used software and breached numerous organizations, the SEC’s involvement underscores the need for a nuanced discussion on the potential legal ramification ..read more
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Uncovering Evolving Cyber Threats
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by Rebekah
4M ago
Webinar Uncovering Evolving Cyber Threats Explore the latest cyber threats impacting organizations, delving into emerging trends and vulnerabilities. Uncover the challenges posed by sophisticated malware, ransomware attacks, and social engineering techniques. We will discuss the evolving landscape of data breaches, emphasizing the importance of robust cybersecurity measures, highlight the role of nation-state actors and organized cybercrime in shaping these threats. Additionally, we will address the implications of supply chain vulnerabilities and the importance of proactive risk mitigati ..read more
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AI Ethics: Tackling Deep Fake Risks Responsibly
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by Rebekah
4M ago
Webinar AI Ethics: Tackling Deep Fake Risks Responsibly Artificial Intelligence – in the era where deep fakes are more easily produced by bots than humans, what can be done to teach businesses to use the technology responsibly and mitigate risks on public safety. In the contemporary landscape of Artificial Intelligence (AI), the emergence of highly sophisticated deep fakes raises profound concerns about the potential misuse of this technology. As deep fakes become convincing, surpassing the discernment abilities of humans, it becomes imperative to address the associated risks and implemen ..read more
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Closing the Risk Management Maturity Gap
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by Eric Darling
2y ago
Webinar Closing the Risk Management Maturity Gap Tighten Your Risk Management Program with the Right Technology Date/Time: May 12, 2022 @ 11 AM PT/2 PM ET New research shows that more than half of organizations believe they are inadequately protected against third-party sensitive content communication security and compliance risks. The reasons for this may include inadequate encryption, a lack of governance controls to measure third-party risk, and inaccurate compliance reports. Learn how the right technologies can help organizations quicky address an under-functioning risk management prog ..read more
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A Conversation With Juliet Okafor
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by Kendall Barnes
2y ago
Juliet Okafor is a security culture curator, CEO, and founder of Revolution Cyber—the world’s only "security culture as a service" firm. She has extensive experience in sales, marketing, and cybersecurity. She is both an active board member and an attorney. In this fascinating conversation, Juliet talks about why security programs underperform and the importance of business information security officers (BISOs) as ambassadors of the security team—handling cyber-diplomacy, managing human risk, and scaling security culture. We hope you enjoy this insightful conversation with Juliet Okafor ..read more
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Global Trends and Predictions 2022
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by Kendall Barnes
2y ago
2021 was a year we would like to forget when it comes to cyberattacks. Cyber criminals honed their craft by tapping advanced attack models while dramatically expanding their impact with a long list of successful attacks on the software supply chain. This panel discussion focuses on cybersecurity trends that emerged in 2021 as well as predictions on what we are likely to see on the cybersecurity front in 2022 ..read more
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Stagehand: S1 Episode 8
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by Michael Lee
2y ago
Stagehand: S1 Episode 8 Carl Timmons was given 24 hours to decide what he wanted to do. This was a tactic. Twenty four hours to sit alone and think about all the money he could want and the price he’d pay for it. And 24 hours to also contemplate what Andre Savin might do to him before he made him disappear. Carl Timmons was an ordinary citizen. No graduate degree prepared him for this moment. Right now he was probably thinking that he’d just agree to Savin’s terms and then go to the FBI. But Savin was connected. Men like him have eyes everywhere. They’d find a way to kill him anyways. Carl ..read more
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Stagehand: S1 Episode 7
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by Michael Lee
2y ago
Stagehand: S1 Episode 7 Andre Savin and Lincoln Palmer had met on several occasions and had the type of relationship you’d expect between two men of their standings on the billionaire scale. Contemptuous but also understanding. They were both driven by the same desire—access to the things others can’t have. I’ve got a complicated history with God, but I’ve got to admit the fact that these two billionaires had two separate plots to kidnap Carl Timmons completely unbeknownst to each other is some cosmic shit. But we’ve got no time for the big questions. Andre Savin was sitting passenger side ..read more
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Stagehand: S1 Episode 6
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by Michael Lee
2y ago
Stagehand: S1 Episode 6 Belfast, New York – 1889 They called him The Boston Strong Boy—arguably the first real boxing star and one of the highest paid athletes of his time.  He’d always been good at school. He attended Boston College where his parents thought he might pursue a life in the priesthood. But he had other plans. He was a fighter. A pugilist at his core. He toured the country challenging anyone who’d step into the ring with him. Two- hundred-fifty dollars to the last man standing. He knocked out eleven men on that tour and made a pretty penny. But this fight was different ..read more
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What Is Zero Trust Anyway?
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by Michael Lee
2y ago
What Is Zero Trust Anyway? About three minutes into planning this post, I had one of those “god, I am old” moments. Here is why I had the moment. I have worked in cybersecurity since 1994. My first job was at a big 3 working for the U.S. government through one of the world’s largest law firms. Yes, it was complicated. Back in those days (said in the voice of an old man,) cybersecurity wasn’t even cybersecurity. It was just security. Information security wouldn’t become a thing until the early 2000s. Networking of computers was just getting off the ground. See what I mean? I started a long ..read more
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