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NCF-SR11 History of Communications Security Part II

April 18, 2018

Continuation of the history of Cyber Security according to William Blake (Part 2). Listen as we cover many more interesting facts and lessons learned from the not so distant past of of things from the information. This Part II release is the first series that we have released on New Cyber Frontier. However we have gotten a lot of positive comments. We would love to hear from you some topics for future series. Use the comments at the bottom of the page to tell use either what we missed in this series, or some ideas for future industry interest series. As always, reach out if you have something to contribute or would like to be on our show.

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NCF-SR10 History of Communications Security Part I

April 9, 2018

Welcome to the history of Cyber Security according to William Blake (Part 1). This is a great show as some many obscure things we take for granted in the information age are brought to light. Many of the lessons from our days past that Bill brings up in the show, were new to me also. It is always great to have such a seasoned veteran to talk with about how many of the things we do today began as other things.

Thanks for taking the time to educate our audience Bill.

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NCF-71 Operational Cyber Security for your Business

April 3, 2018

Guest Eric Bailey of Patch Plus Consulting and the President of the local ISC2 Chapter gives us some pointers from his vast experience. Today’s show is about going back to the basics, Eric talks to us about some of the common mistakes and great successes he and other have experienced. If you want to know the best practice and how to make the operational aspects of cybersecurity sound for your business, you will not want to miss this show.

Thanks for taking the time to share you extensive knowledge and experience with us today Eric.

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NCF-70 Cyber Security Managed Services the New trend with Guest from Istonish

March 27, 2018

Today we discuss a new trend in cyber security where companies are moving to managed service providers for infrastructure and cyber security. Lately we have heard even the military saying that outsourcing large portions of infrastructure to shared service providers is a good idea. Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) is what our guest and his company Istonish bring to today’s conversation with our host Abe Thompson.

As organizations realize they need better security for their assets, but at the same time that they may not be the experts in IT, they are turning to IaaS providers in large numbers. Hear some advice from Mr. Bovee on the what, where, and how to make such a transition seamless. If you are a startup company, IaaS may be the way to go from the beginning. Thanks for the very relevant and timely discussion today, as so many organizations are looking for advice before making decisions on moving to IaaS.

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NCF- 69 Cyber Security for Business and Financial Management

March 20, 2018

Our Guest today says “Cyber security is not a technology issue, it is a financial and business management issue” Dr. Elon Kaplan founder and CEO of Cytegic (which is a combination of the words Cyber and Strategic) relates cyber security to his background in organizational change management.

The three things which are top on his list:

  • How do companies decide where to put their cyber dollars
  • How to navigate multiple standard requirements  
  • Insuring against third party risks

If you are in business working with cyber security you will hear some great advice, so don't miss this show, as well as the special offer made by Cytegic.

 

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NCF-68 Hispanic Community Leaders in CyberSecurity

March 13, 2018

Our Guest today Gene Sanchez offers an uncommon perspective on Cyber Security, his company focuses on the installation of physical equipment. Abe has a great conversation with Mr Sanchez who is also a very active leader in the Hispanic community. Rarely do you hear this type of open dialog which is not just about technical but some guidance on for success in life.

You will also hear a confirmation of some of our early guest echoing that Cyber Security now has to be the focus of every Information Technology company. From equipment installers, to facility maintenance, to software development, Cyber Security needs to be the top priority of any technology company.

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NCF-67 The basics on Patents, Trademarks, and copyrights with the USPTO

March 6, 2018

Intellectual Property Protecting for Cyber Security Startups is the topic for today show. There are so some many things we learned in this show about how to protect your intellectual property. Our guest Molly Kocialski  who is the Director of Rocky Mountain Regional United States Patent and Trademark Office, give invaluable advice.

Whether you are a startup, as seasoned company, or a student with ideas, the first step with anything new you create is to protect your work. Molly, gives us the 101 on how to get started.

Thank you Molly Kocialski and also thanks to the USPTO for allowing her to join our show.

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NCF-66 Building Excitement in The future of Cyber Security with Circadence

February 27, 2018

Today’s show is about developing the next generation cybersecurity workforce, industry partnerships and excitement about what is in store for the future of cybersecurity. Abe talks to our guest Joshua Davis the Director of Strategic Partnerships at Circadence.

This interesting conversation about the balance between technical and soft skills hits a key area of concern for the workforce in general. Circadence a company which started by making video games now also has Cyber Range training platforms for educating new cyber professionals. Hear the connection between gamification and cyber training.

Thank you, both Abe and Josh for a great show. 

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NCF-65 Securing Oil & Gas Infrastructure with BHGE

February 21, 2018

Security for the Oil and Gas industry with Baker Hughes General Electric is the topic for today’s show. This industry is unique as are the requirements for security. Digital security and remote access are key challenges because the remote devices used are mostly unattended by people. If you have ever seen the hundreds of miles of oil pumps on the fields in the western US you can understand this challenge.

Paul Brager, CISSP, GICSP, CISM, the Product Security Leader At Baker Hughes GE, our guest gives an insight to this world and the current state of cyber security. Learn the, challenges, weaknesses, and opportunities which exist in this industry. Paul explains how designing security into systems from the ground up is his primary challenge, as the current products were not designed with cyber security in mind.

 

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NFC-64 (GDPR) European Union Changes the Game For Privacy

February 13, 2018

Individualized Privacy, is the term which best describes the topic for today show. Out Guest David Kruger The CTO of Absio speaks with our co-host Abe about the direction for the future of privacy controls. The European Union has been leading the way with General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). This regulation is very restrictive and imposes some steep penalties on companies who allow the release of Personally Identifying Information (PII).

Mr Kruger s company Absio offers an easy to use tool for software developers to design privacy controls on their data. This technology which has been optimized by Absio for several years is in many ways ahead of the market. But GDPR may be just the driver needed to expedite the individualized privacy era. Company cannot afford the steep fines that the EU will impose for infractions on individual privacy. Listen to learn more about GDPR and some solutions you can look into.

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