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Chats On The Road To RSA Conference 

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It has become an ITSPmagazine tradition to start our coverage with what we call Chats On The Road To RSA Conference. We connect with conference speakers, presenters, panelists and organizers to start the conversation way before anyone else does.

 

Here's what we have so far

[many more have been recorded and still more scheduled]

Chats On The Road To RSAC 2019 | Cybersecurity Starts With Mental Security | With Ryan Louie
 

Chats On The Road To RSAC 2019 | Solving The Cybersecurity Talent Shortage | With Elaine Marino Of Equili
 

Chats On The Road To RSAC 2019 | Solving The Cybersecurity Talent Shortage | With Claudia Schabel Of Schabel Solutions
 

Chats On The Road To RSAC 2019 | The Five Most Dangerous New Attack Techniques And How To Counter Them | With The SANS Keynote Panel
 

Chats On The Road To RSAC 2019 | Solving The Cybersecurity Talent Shortage | With Caroline Wong Of Cobalt


Solving The Cybersecurity Talent Shortage | With Vanessa Pegueros Of DocuSign


Patrick Heim And Richard Seiersen | What You Can Learn At The Innovation Sandbox


Solving The Cybersecurity Talent Shortage At RSA Conference 2019

Itineraries on the Road to RSA Conference 2019
because we all need a little help deciding what to do at RSA Conference 🤔

You’re in luck! It has become another ITSPmagazine tradition to pull together a collection of itineraries from some of the brightest minds in the industry in what we call Itineraries On The Road To RSA Conference. In this section, you’ll find personal views, lists of events, sessions, activities, and speakers designed to help you make the most of your journey during the conference.

Thom’s Tremendously Titillating Tour To Tirelessly Train Towards The Tactical Triumph
By Thom Langford

Some Easy Dos, Don’ts, And Think About It For Your Data While Traveling
By George Platsis

Security Staffing, Skills Training, DevSecOps, And Hanging With The ISSA Crew And Other Friends
By Candy Alexander

Meeting New People, Supporting The Community, And Paying It Forward At RSA Conference
By Rick McElroy

Seeking New Opinions, Innovations, And Unpolished Ideas At RSA Conference
By Fred Wilmot

From At The Edge Column

By Sean Martin, host of At The Edge

In today's episode, Jay Leek and Patrick Heim of ClearSky Ventures shine the light on a ton of stuff related to the state of the InfoSec market and how cybersecurity investments play a role in the ecosystem of protection, detection, and response. Listen in to get their individual and combined views on investment strategies, investment buzzwords, and the categorization of the 4 types of security companies and how the categories impact investment decisions. Jay and Patrick even share some advice for the organizations making attempts to consume some of these innovative products.

From The Cyber Society Column

By Marco Ciappelli
A conversation with Kristin Judge | CEO/President of the Cybercrime Support Network

It seems to me that we have a long way to go before the general population and small businesses become aware of the very likely risk of becoming victims of cybercrime. While there are many things that can be done to reduce the risk — the “100% safe” scenario is a myth — we certainly cannot expect (at this time) that someone or something is going to take those steps for us.

Unusual Gathering | Episode XX | Guests Georgia Weidman And Larry Whiteside

Conversations At The Intersection Of IT Security And Society

Guests
Georgia Weidman | Larry Whiteside

Hosts
Selena Templeton | Sean Martin | Marco Ciappelli

This episode:
Bringing representation to the underrepresented. Let’s talk about mentors.

By definition a mentor is a wise or trusted adviser or guide, a counselor or a teacher.

In todays Unusual Gathering, we discuss the many aspects of mentorship. Who can be one, how to find one, what it takes to be a modern mentor, and where we stand now with this practice — and, in particular, where we stand in the cybersecurity industry with respect to mentors.

Not only can everyone be a mentor, but everyone needs a mentor at some stages of their career. As long as you mean it and as long as you are passionate about it, you can be both a mentor and also an amazing role model destined to change someone’s life for the best.


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From the Experts Corner​
Snake Oil Or Silver Bullet? Blockchains Are Neither

Countering claims that blockchain is “pure hype and snake oil," Simon Harman, Project Lead at Loki, discusses the current reality of the blockchain sector. Addressing the failure of some projects to deliver on their promises, as well as the cause of both criticism and praise for a technology which was on everybody's radar in 2017/18, he suggests that this new industry holds a great deal of promise based on the hard work of sensible, sustainable development.


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