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Selena Templeton and co-host Marco CIappelli chat with Ariel Herbert-Voss, a Ph.D. student at Harvard University with a focus on adversarial machine learning, about artificial intelligence, machine learning and unconscious bias. It’s no secret that algorithms are, or can be, inherently biased but the issue is not technology – the issue is about human nature. And we can only build something that is fair if we are.

Unusual Gathering | Episode XV

January 9, 2019

Conversations At The Intersection Of IT Security And Society

Rik Ferguson | Beau Woods

Marco Ciappelli | Selena Templeton | Sean Martin


🎉Happy New Year! A Look Back And One Forward. To 2021.🔮🖼

What does the future hold for us in 2021?

Are data breaches ever going to stop? Or, is there too much value for the attackers?

Has society reached a point of “breach fatigue?”

Do we need to change the narrative for how we look at data, privacy, and the benefits (and risk) big data can have on society?

How can we create a safe and healthy environment where humans live with technology and mass amounts of information?

Are we heading in the right direction, or is the problem too complex to control?

Education is critical. Are you doing your part for yourself, your family, your friends and neighbors?

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In this episode, Dinis Cruz, the Chief Information Security Officer at the PhotoBox Group out of London, joins Sean Martin to talk about end-user risk management and the value of automating user-based security decisions using ChatOps.

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As a long-time recruiter, Kirsten Renner suggests that we may be leveraging processes and technologies to our disadvantage, forgetting about the human element of the whole process. Are you asking the right questions and then shutting up and listening to what the candidates have to say? Or are you hurting yourself in your own recruiting processes?

From the Experts Corner

Command Of The Cyber Sea

The Ancient Athenian Themistocles said: “He who controls the sea controls everything.” In today's world, the "sea" is the "communications sea" and the "communications sea" relies on anything and everything cyber. George Platsis of SDI Cyber lays out how somebody has been quietly dominating the communications sea and what the implications are for everybody — including who will rule this empire.


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From the Experts Corner

Predictions: The Next-Gen SIEM Will Be Very Different

In 2019, security teams will start using more technologies to achieve detection and response versus simply relying only on standard SIEM alone. But deploying more and more technologies is not enough. SVP strategy at CyberInt Itay Yanovski explains why organizations need to look at Security Operations Centers (SOC) in a different way.

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