Rois Ni Thuama
DORA is coming, and it's changing the cybersecurity game for financial organisations. This new legislation provides a comprehensive rulebook on what organisations need to do to become digitally resilient, and it could have a huge impact on compliance requirements. But what does it actually involve? We'll hear from Rois Ni Thuama PhD, Head of Cyber Governance at Red Sift.
The cybersecurity industry is built on innovation and emerging technology – and Dope Security are currently one of the most disruptive start-ups. I talk to their founder, Kunal Agarwal, about his meteoric rise, experience at industry giants before founding Dope, influences from diverse fields like fashion, and how Dope are taking a unique approach to cybersecurity.
Cybersecurity is one of the most dynamic parts of IT, and central to strategy - and yet often it's built on a legacy of manual processes and spreadsheets. Can we automate policy and compliance, deliver a consistent approach to the multi-vendor, multi-device, multi-cloud, and deliver true ROI?
Artificial Intelligence, or AI - it's the topic you can't avoid in tech right now. I discuss the topic with Deryck, Field CISO at Check Point, on the impact of AI on cybersecurity, what the future might hold and whether we really should be worried about Skynet.
Zero Trust, or ZTNA, is one of the most popular topics, but really is it, what's actually achievable, and how do we get there? I'm joined by Paul Martini, CEO and Co-Founder of iboss, on what Zero Trust can really deliver for organisations.
We kick off Season 2 with a fantastic recording of our webinar on social engineering, featuring keynote speaker and the new public face of cybersecurity advice - Jenny Radcliffe. We're also joined by three other experts, as we discuss the critical role we all play in keeping data, networks and even buildings safe.
Risk management is a key part of cybersecurity - alignment to business strategy, understanding the attack surface, and taking steps to use risk to prioritise IT strategy effectively. My guest is Bharat Mistry, Technical Director at Trend Micro.
Business Email Compromise is a common technique by cybercriminals - but what's it's origin, and the stories behind it? We discuss the human cost of BEC, cyber crime and social engineering. My guest Ronnie Tokazowski is the Principal Threat Advisor at Cofense.
We explore Threat Intelligence, what it actually is and how organisations can effectively use it as part of their cyber defences. We learn how it's acquired, use to combat threats like ransomware, and the importance of sharing with partners and customers. Lewis Duke is a Senior Cybersecurity Engineer at Trend Micro.
We cover some of Khalid's background and the role of cybersecurity in industrial systems, and some of the major historical IT events like Y2K, and then look how we protect our infrastructure moving forward. Khalid is Director of Sales Engineering at Forcepoint.
We discuss the dark web, what this alternative side of the internet is really like, the impact of geopolitics and how people really are at the heart of the cybersecurity challenge. Adam is Senior Director, Dark Ops Collections at ZeroFox.
We explore the ransomware threat to global supply chains, with the latest research showing the huge impact ransomware has in exploiting this fundamental part of how we work today. Simon is a Senior Sales Engineer at Trend Micro.
We look at business email compromise, how it's evolved and the role people play in cyber defences, the development of cloud cybersecurity. Dave Barnett is the Head of SASE and email security EMEA at Cloudflare.
Here's some of the topics we'll be covering in future episodes.
AppSec and DevOps
The importance of cybersecurity education & culture