Continuing with our special Blockchain edition New Cyber Frontier shows, host Chris Gorog sits down with Joel Neidig, the CEO of SIMBA Chain. Joel gives us some history into how his passion for security and blockchain first started. He also gets into his background with IOT Standards and NIST, the well known Cyber security framework. His background, more specifically, deals with Empty Connect which Neidig offers listeners more of a breakdown into this and these standards. Neidig speaks on his definition of Blockchain and its importance in keeping personal information in a decentralized/distributed location that can not be shared with the outside world as he takes us back to when the term first got its start, being recognized as Cryptocurrency.
On today’s show, host Shawn Murray sits down with Keyaan Williams, the President and CEO of The Cyber Leadership and Strategies Solution aka The Class LLC Organization based out of Atlanta, Georgia. Keyaan gives his personal experience and knowledge when it comes to providing your business with the proper amount of security. With his background in business and technology, Keyaan tells listeners how common it is to see businesses fail when it comes to their strategic thinking. He stresses how important it is for businesses to come up with better plans overall, especially when it comes to security. Listen as he gives listeners pointers on how to have a smooth-running company overall.
On today’s special Blockchain episode of New Cyber Frontier, host Chris Gorog is joined by Dr. Eric Huffman, the Founder of Handshake leadership an instructor at SecureSet of Colorado Springs. Huffman talks about the idea of handshake leadership and his research on cyberpsychology, basically breaking down why we think and do what we do while we are online. Listen as Chris and Eric break down the newest crowdsourcing effort currently being put together in the Colorado Springs area. They break down the effort for listeners and why they feel so passionate about bringing privacy back to the people as it should be outlined in the constitution and by law. They talk about how obtaining full privacy for people online could be on the verge of leading to the next civil rights movement and how more and more people are becoming uncomfortable about their private information being shared online, therefore, wanting to see a change. Which is exactly what this crowdsourcing event is bringing awareness to. You can learn more about this effort and even donate to the cause at https://www.bc-dc.org/privacy-for-the-people/
On today’s episode of host Shawn Murray speaks with Jerry Yoffa, the Senior Program Manager for one of the largest healthcare corporations in New England. He also served as one of the Senior advisors in the court system where he implemented one of the largest and most complicated privacy technologies projects to the courts. Listen as Shawn and Jerry talk about trying to change the mentality of business owners, large corporations, and government officials when it comes to privacy and Cyber Security. They also talk of the advancements we have made on this subject matter and how these talks are making top headlines more and more. Jerry touches on how more and more people are becoming aware of the risk not having cyber protection can bring, however, it becomes more of an issue of not wanting to spend money for your organization. At this point, it necessary for a cyber professional to explain the COST of a loss and what information could be exposed. Do you agree? Join in on the conversation!
is also a Blockchains Founder for Business Leader, a Ted X speaker on Blockchain, and a big advocate for digital rights for Blockchain for privacy. Roop gives us a run down of his Ted X talk on digital identity rights and fundamental human rights, basically meaning users should have complete ownership and consent of the use of their personal and digital data. He also touches on the multiple hackings that companies have experienced and the misuage of their data. Listen as he gives users an insight into GDPR and how many companies are not taking advantages of protective programs such as these. He also touches on the changes and difficulties of privacy we have overcome since the first development of the internet. To listen to his full Ted X Talk, click here.
On today’s show host, Abe Thompson sits down with Gary Asp, the Senior Security and Compliance Analyst at Riverbed Technology. Listen as the two talk about how critical it is for organizations and businesses to evaluate, engineer, and maintain their different systems, networks, and applications. Gary explains how the role of a cyber worker is to make the lives of companies and their owners just a little easier. Listen has he gives listeners a break down of all the foundational information they need in order to have a well-protected organization.
On today’s special Blockchain episode of New Cyber Frontier, host Chris Gorog talks with Dave Schoenberger of Eclipses, Krypti, and Secure Cloud. Listen as the two talk about keeping private information out of the hands of hackers or anyone else looking to have their hands on it. They bring up The New World Order and how we should be moving towards looking for individual privacy across the world as today’s technology can support the concept. With the support of governments, professionals, and GDPR, the two agree we can see this sometime in the near future. They stress the importance of a Blockchain overall and the importance of this recorded data not being able to be shared with the outside world. Join in on the conversation as this is one of many special Blockchain universe episodes we will be releasing over the next few weeks.
Join us has our host Chris Gorog sits down with Dr. Terry Boult, the professor of Innovations SEcurity at UCCS and who also had a huge influence on Chris’ path into Cyber Security and into the University of Colorado - Colorado Springs. Terry speaks of his vast background in Biometrics and work with the government. Listen as Chris and Terry get into whether or not certain data bases and biometrics have a privacy violation against the everyday person. Some may feel like these advanced pieces of technology do in fact cross some boundaries while others may feel like this technology is necessary, especially for governmental purposes. They talk finger prints, driver’s licenses and more on today’s episode of New Cyber Frontier.
Join us has our host Dr. Wanda Cousar sits down with Gitanjali GulveSehgal (Gigi), the CEO of her own Tech company called OhmPye. Gigi gives us insight into her background in the technology business for over 20 years, starting as a software engineer. Being a victim to hacking and cyber attacks herself, she speaks on some of the biggest problems she believes the cyber industry runs into, especially while working with big companies. Listen as she gives her personal advice for women in the cybersecurity world and the steps she took to in creating her own and start up. She also gives listeners some cues into protecting yourself from an attack and things to be wary of.
On this week’s podcast, host Chris Gorog sits down with Peter Liebert, the former CISO of California, a veteran, and now the CEO of his own company. With a Bachelor of Science in English, Peter offers a different type of expertise as he has been pretty much all across the market in Cyber Security. He has worked on the military side of things, working at the state level and now has start up companies all across the board. Listen as he tells viewers how he is constantly learning and growing in the field that is cyber. He also talks about the difference in primary concerns when it comes to cyber between industries and how sometimes it can be hard for businesses to really identify their business risk.