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NCF-CO06 National Cybersecurity Center: The Way Forward and the 2017 Cyber Symposium

October 17, 2017

This special update from the National Cybersecurity Center is an update you will not want to miss. Our Guest Jen Furda COO of the NCC give us several sneak peeks about what is to come for Cyber Security in Colorado.

Also a she gives us a play by play of the Cyber Symposium on November 1-3 which will be happening at the Broadmoor Hotel Colorado Springs, CO. We even get some incite to some announcements from the NCC which will be a large focus of the Cyber Symposium event. .

Speakers include: Gen David Petraeus, Menny Barzilay-Cyber Strategist, and Ron Ross-founding father of NIST 800-171 and many many more!

 

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NCF-51 Guide to Obtaining a Government Security Clearance

October 11, 2017

For today show we have a great "How To", that many of you will be very interested in. Our Guest Doug Cameron is an expert in helping individuals and business obtain government security clearances. To many of us who are not familiar with this the process, Doug will give you some pointers on ways to prepare and explain what you can expect as you go through the process.

If you are involved with a company that would like to support government contracts, you will want to begin getting your organization cleared as early as possible as it is a long process that cannot be put off until last minute. Find out from today's conversation some of the ways you can prepare to begin the process and the timeline you can expect to get yourself or your facility cleared to work government contracts.

  

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NCF-50 Security for Databases with Author Paul Nielsen

October 4, 2017

We hear so much about data breaches lately, so it seems fitting to have today's guest who is an expert in databases talk about securing data. Paul Nielsen the Author of the SQL Server 2008 Bible, is undeniably an expert on data security. Paul's company Tejon Tech, was also the winner of the 2017 Get in the Ring, for best startup idea.

It is interesting to hear from the experts some of the simple things that can be done to improve security and hopefully stop more data breaches. Whether you are looking for the a great new startup to follow, or curious about why companies can't seem to get it together to secure your data, you won't want to miss this show.

 

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NCF-49 DHS on Critical Infrastructure Cyber Security

September 27, 2017

Today's Guest is Harley D Rinerson the Cyber Security Advisor for region 8 of the Department of homeland security. Region 8 Covers much of the rocky mountain region of the United States. Harley gives us an explanation of what it is that DHS does in the Critical Infrastructure arena and what the importance of the DHS is to the Unites States.

This is a long awaited conversation as their is a lot of red tape for getting someone from the DHS as a guest. But I think it was definitely worthwhile, and I think you will too.

Thanks for being on our show Harley. 

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NCF-SR8 Common Myths About Cyber Security

September 20, 2017

We have a great show today, which was a lot of fun to record. This special release is with guest B. Lee Jones. He is a 20+ year veteran silicon valley CIO, who was the 2017 Interop Keynote Speaker at the Informationweek IT Leadership Summit held this year in Las Vegas Nevada.

B.Lee brings a fun perspective to today's show, something we can all understand no matter what level we are in cyber security. We go over his top list, of the most common myths about cyber security. You will not want to miss this.

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NCF-48 Security for Cyber Physical Systems

September 13, 2017

Cyber Physical Systems is a relatively new term for an older concept. Today's Guest Is a global expert in security for a number of the physical devices we use in our life daily. Andrew Howard is currently the CTO Kudelski and in the past was head of Georgia Tech Research Institute. Andrew is discussing Cyber Physical system security, which is the connection between physical hardware and logical virtual software components on devices which provide automation for our modern lives.

You will not want to miss today as we discuss security for items like Autonomous vehicles, internet enabled home appliances, and more. All the devices which are becoming know as the Internet of Things IOT, need to be secured as they are attached globally. There are still many unanswered question for how this will be accomplished, but our guest definitely sheds some light on the subject.

This was a great show, Thank you for Joining today Andrew.

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NCF-47 Colorado Universities Work Together to Create Innovation Community Program

September 6, 2017

Making the connection between motivated young Entrepreneur and industry needed solutions is often difficult. Today we speak with the Executive Director of QUAD Innovation. QUAD innovation, an Organization founded in collaboration with four Colorado Universities offers support for industry looking to engage young talent to work on solution to specific problems. QUAD offers a facility for university students meet and work on identified problems that industry partners have posted or challenges that are presented.

How it works... If a company has an industry problem that they would like to have students work on. They can contact QUAD Innovation to get their industry needs listed with QUAD. Interested students can take up challenges offered by companies for a reward that companies may decide to offer, or if they can pursue a startup to provide products or services independently. Either way the connections are made and between industry and willing talent.

Join in to our candid conversation to find out more details.

 

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NCF-CO5 Introduction to Vance Brown, Interim CEO of the National Cybersecurity Center

August 31, 2017

On August 29, 2017 the NCC announced that the current CEO of the National Cybersecurity Center Ed Rios was stepping down. Today we bring you the first interview with the new Interim CEO selected to continue the work began by Mr. Rios.

Vance Brown has over 20 years of experience as the CEO and in addition to his NCC duties, he is Executive Chairman and Co-founder of Cherwell Software. In 2014, Vance he was named EY Entrepreneur of The Year. In 2017, he was named one of the 100 most intriguing entrepreneurs†by Goldman Sachs

We think you will enjoy this interview, as Vance's excitement for startups and building entrepreneurial communities is very apparent. He brings a welcome point of view and I can see an exciting wind beginning to blow here in Colorado Springs.

 

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NCF-46 Using Cyber Ranges to Train on Network Cyber Operations

August 30, 2017

In order to training Cyber security students of the future we need to have simulation tools which can model entire networks. Today's guest Charles Reynolds explains the operation of Cyber Ranges and their use by top cyber organizations.

Being in higher education this was of special interest to me, and finding out about a few tools which are leading the way in making this simulation environment a possibility was an interesting awareness.

Thanks for the enlightening conversation today Charles.

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NCF-SR7 CyberUSA Reaches Cyber Communities in 19 States With More in Talks

August 23, 2017

Today we are joined by the leadership of CyberUSA, an organization which is joining many state communities together to share Information about Cyber Threats. Our Guest Phil Bond, Executive Director, and David Powell Vise Chair of CyberUSA provide an update on their progress since our last update with them early in the year.

CyberUSA currently has communities in Massachusetts, Colorado, Maryland, Texas, California, South Carolina, Louisiana, Hawaii, Utah, Idaho, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oregon, Nevada, Georgia, Rhode Island, Virginia, Missouri, and Montana. Phil and David explain CyberUSAs framework for bringing on new organizations and how they provide threat information sharing and Communication programs for the Cyber industry. We even hear mention of Worldwide participation on the horizon.

If your state is not on the list, You may want to reach out to them and find out how you can be a part of this effort. Thanks CyberUSA for joining today.

 

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