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Enterprise Security Weekly Episode 180 - 2020-04-22

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Enterprise Security Weekly Episode 180

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Description:

This week, we talk Enterprise News, to discuss F-Secure launching protection and response service to protect remote workers, Sectigo and Infineon integrate to advance IoT security with automated certificate provisioning, Enhanced continuous threat detection and secure remote access with the Claroty Platform, and some acquisition and funding updates from SafeBreach, Swimlane, & Syncurity! In our second segment, we welcome Mark Orsi, President of the Global Resilience Federation, to talk about the Business Impacts and Security Risks with Working from Home! In our final segment, we welcome Peter Warmka, Founder of the Counterintelligence Institute, to discuss how The Threat of Social Engineering Goes Well Beyond Phishing!

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Interview: Threats of Social Engineering Go Beyond Phishing - 6:00-6:45PM

Description:

Peter will discuss this article and put it into even greater perspective: https://worldview.stratfor.com/article/linkedin-cybersecurity-recruitment-hostile-intelligence-agency

Guest: Bio:
Peter Warmka is Counterintelligence Institute at Founder]
Former Senior Intelligence Officer with the CIA with over 20 years experience in breaching the security of organizations overseas. Certified Protection Professional (CPP) and Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE.) Professional trainer and Certified Instructor (CIA-U.) Adjunct Professor in Webster University's Masters in Cyber Security Program Conference speaker, guest podcaster, and author of numerous publications on social engineering and fraud. Founder of Orlando based firm Counterintelligence Institute, LLC. Passionate about using his expertise in helping city, state and federal government entities, non-profits, academic institutes, private companies and individuals safeguarding their sensitive proprietary and/or personal data

Hosts

Matt Alderman - CEO at Security Weekly
Paul Asadoorian - Founder & CTO at Security Weekly

News - ThunderScan, F-Secure Countercept, & ZeroFOX AI

Description:

This week in the Enterprise Security News, Breach-and-Attack Simulation Firm SafeBreach Raises $19 Million, F-Secure launches protection and response service to protect remote workers, Swimlane acquires Syncurity to spur growth and affirm commitment to SOAR market, DefenseCode ThunderScan SAST 2.1.0 supports Go and ABAP languages, and more!



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  1. Breach-and-Attack Simulation Firm SafeBreach Raises $19 Million | SecurityWeek.Com
  2. F-Secure launches protection and response service to protect remote workers
  3. New infosec products of the week: April 17, 2020 - Help Net Security
  4. Swimlane acquires Syncurity to spur growth and affirm commitment to SOAR market - Help Net Security
  5. Sectigo and Infineon integrate to advance IoT security with automated certificate provisioning - Help Net Security
  6. DefenseCode ThunderScan SAST 2.1.0 supports Go and ABAP languages - Help Net Security
  7. Claroty Platform: Enhanced continuous threat detection and secure remote access - Help Net Security
  8. Arxan Technologies Becomes Part of Digital.ai


Interview: Work from Home - Business Impacts & Security Risks - 6:00-6:45PM

Description:

As we quickly pivot to remote work, what are the business impacts and security risks? What have we learned and how quickly can organizations adapt to this new paradigm? What activities should we take to make our organizations more resilient as we emerge from this crisis and prepare for the next?

Guest: Bio:
Mark Orsi is President at Global Resilience Federation]
Mark Orsi is the president of Global Resilience Federation, a non-profit with the mission to develop and support threat intelligence and information sharing communities including financial services, retail, professional services, energy, transportation, and health. Mr. Orsi led strategic efforts for several prominent Fortune 100 companies, working directly with CIOs and CISOs to develop, deploy, and improve security controls protecting the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of sensitive information.

Hosts

Matt Alderman - CEO at Security Weekly
Paul Asadoorian - Founder & CTO at Security Weekly