UA-56961821-1 New Cyber Frontier

NCF-90 The Buzz on Blockchain - where does it go from here

September 4, 2018

In today's podcast, blockchain and its use in cryptocurrency is the passion of our guest. He explains many common terms that we may have heard such as crypto-wallets, public and private keys, and distributed ledgers. If you want to learn about cryptocurrency this is a good show for you. Our guest also talks about many of the challenges and problems faced by Blockchain, which may be surprising to you also. Andrew Mailen started in communications but he got interested in Bitcoin, the first cryptocurrency, which lead him to dig into BlockChain the engine under the cryptocurrency. Check out Andrews blog where he is known as the blockchain writer. You can check it out to learn more about blockchain and cryptocurrencies. Also here about several blockchain projects and how you can get involved. This is an important issue to stay connected with in today's economic climate.

 

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NCF 89 US DOJ - Leonard Bailey Speaks on Cyber Crime Privacy and National Security

August 28, 2018

Our guest today Leonard Bailey is possibly the top cyber and privacy influencer in the world. Mr. Bailey is a Special Counsel for National Security in the Criminal Division’s Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section for the United States Department of Justice. Our panel of guest from CTU support the interview and provide a great perspective from criminal justice as well as information security.  Hear the direction from the US DOJ on prosecution of computer crime, cybersecurity, search and seizure of electronic evidence, electronic surveillance, and more. Mr. Bailey gives us an overview of what the DOJ considers the most significant cyber threats and how severe they are for individuals and businesses. This show is full of great content including attack vectors, quantum computing, relation between privacy and investigation, international privacy issues, and many other law enforcement cyber challenges.

Thank you to our guest and panel for taking the time to speak with us today.

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NCF-88 Application of Security Risk using Risk Management Framework (RMF)

August 20, 2018

Today we bring back an much revered past guest, Prof. Andre Hinton, A well respected professor who will also be an occasional host for future shows. Truly a rare asset and great personality in the cyber industry, we look forward to hearing from him more. In today's show Hinton is talking about the importance of risk management framework (RMF) for businesses, and the problems they face with information’s risk assessment, their quantification, and protection. Prof. Hinton has a great relational explanation of Security related to Maslow’s hierarchy of needs which I think you will all appreciate. From teaching the next generation of experts in forensics to the application of RMF, everyone should get a lot of rare insight from today's show.

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NCF-87 IOT - Creating entirely new security problems

August 13, 2018

Yotam Gutman, Vice President of Marketing at Securthings, is our guest for today's show and he is explaining several value added services provided by different IoT security companies. In our discussion he says that there is over 150 different categories of IoT market sectors and security for all of them has unique challenges. The current trend is to have IoT devices connected as direct as possible to the cloud, reducing infrastructure for connectivity as much as possible. This brings on new risks which calls for entirely new solutions. Mr. Gutman brings us suggestions and also some evolving solutions that you may want to check out. The largest thing we hear today is that connecting from physical to logical is now one of our greatest concern.

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NCF-86 Cyber Laws For Business Protection

August 8, 2018

Our Guest Helen Tse is a corporate lawyer in UK and is currently writing a book on cybersecurity laws and practices. In today's show, she is discussing what measures can be taken to protect a business against cyber-attacks and why it is important for lawyers to have knowledge about cybersecurity. She talks about different aspects of physical and technical cyber breaches and how they can leave long lasting effects on different business sectors. Explanations about different USA equivalent privacy standards in UK, BREXIT's impact on businesses and the possible emerging issues, and a lot more in included in today's show.

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NCF 85 Efforts to track Cannabis using BlockChain

July 30, 2018

Our today's guest Nick Shook is an attorney working with cannabis research in the state of Nevada and also providing solutions for the Amazon web services. Shook talks about their efforts to track cannabis in their state and how they are planning to use blockchain for that. He also discusses the importance of following the industry standards for the research and how to align with the state systems. Shook also explain their progress in this research, and what methods they are using for it. Different types of programs for the cannabis research, and the involvement of state officials of Colorado and Nevada in this regards, are  also discussed in today's show.

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NCF-84 Protection of your Data on the Internet:

July 24, 2018

In today's show Mathew Erickson, manager of client services and technology, and Derek Huyser, corporate development lead from Spideroak, are explaining the disconnected trust between the institutions running the internet and the existing controls that are available for their rescue. They are also discussing the different middle-man issues for industries and the risks associated with them, and how data flow can be controlled by avoiding the middle-man. Value of intellectual capital and risks to this capital, and the importance of having a society that values the uninterrupted flow of information and its security, are some other topics explained in todays show. 

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NCF-83 Exciting Blockchain Community Efforts-Developers Needed

July 17, 2018

In today’s show, our main host Chris Gorog is our guest, and he is talking about the quickly developing local blockchain community group, BCDC. BCDC started building a community source project after the state passed the blockchain legislation. This Blockchain group is not about cryptocurrency but, using blockchain in other use cases to ensure privacy. Currently, this group has multi-skilled people from six universities who are highly motivated to develop something for the common good of the nation. Information about this community group, what is their focus, what they are offering, how they will be useful on the educational and corporate level, and what are their future targets, is all included in today’s podcast.

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NCF-82 Importance of Cyber Insurance for businesses

July 10, 2018

Cyber insurance is the transfer piece of risk management in businesses which covers the cost of a business loss in case of unavailability of service. Today’s show revolves around cyber insurance policies and our guest Darla Lindt is a cyber insurance risk manager. She is trying to remove the misconceptions about cyber security insurance and is explaining different things covered under any cyber insurance. Difference between traditional and cyber insurance, and the importance of cyber insurance for businesses is also discussed in today’s podcast. 

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NCF-81 Protection Against Targeted Cyber-Attacks

July 3, 2018

Today's podcast discusses problems like identity breaches and the possible countermeasures to protect against those breaches. Our guest Cameron Williams is the co-founder and CTO of the OverWatchID and he talks about all the related concerns and solutions. Personal security is a major problem today and this podcast explains where the issues are, what infiltrates the environment, and how to avoid these issues. You will find a lot of important information shared in this podcast including how you can gather information to protect yourself and your business. 

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