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Welcome to the first episode of ITSPmagazine’s 2019 “Chats on the Road to RSA Conference,” a series of podcasts leading up to the annual conference in San Francisco in which we connect with conference organizers, speakers, presenters, and panelists. Today’s guest is Karen Worstell, CEO of W Risk Group, to chat about her new “Better Together: Solving Our Cybersecurity Talent Shortage” seminar at RSA Conference 2019.
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There is a widespread need for organizations to modernize their security operations. Why? It creates the structure to eliminate distractions caused by chasing compliance mandates and the latest “shiny technology objects” and allows security organizations to reduce enterprise risk. Mark Maxey of Optiv outlines how to get started on modernizing operations.
What does it take to be CyberAware? What can we learn from the cybercriminals? What can we learn from each other? Everyone has a success story and everyone has a failure; how can we leverage these to extract a valuable learning lesson? Sean Martin chats with Jenny Radcliffe and Mikko Hypponen to hear what they’ve learned as they’ve engaged with users, companies, countries, and law enforcement from around the world.
Whether you’re building a security operations center or ensuring that your existing security operations team has all its bases covered, you must ensure that you’re properly protecting your digital assets. Jorge Alago, cybersecurity architecture lead at Veristor, provides a quick rundown of 8 essential components that should be core to your security efforts.