- 1 Security and Compliance Weekly Episode #31 - June 09, 2020
- 2 1. Interview - Navigating the Risks Associated With the Return to "Normal" - 12:00 PM-12:30 PM
- 3 2. News - Compliance News - 12:30 PM-01:00 PM
Security and Compliance Weekly Episode #31 - June 09, 2020
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Around the U.S., economies are re-opening and employees are beginning to return to the office. Rob and "C-Pat" will provide perspective on what new compliance and security challenges the public and private sectors need to be looking to in order to manage as it enters this new phase of how things are today.
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We'll discuss the impact of security and compliance programs on business operations and how the current environment is impacted (or vice versa). How does all of this impact risk to organizations? What is RSA's take on all of this both from private and public sector perspective?
Chris Patteson is one of the Executive Directors of the RSA Risk Transformation Office, bringing more than 20 years of risk management expertise to this client-facing role. He consults directly with CISOs, CSOs and CROs on how to measure, manage and govern risk. Previously, Patteson worked for nearly 15 years at FedEx in various security and risk management program roles. During his tenure, he oversaw the 70,000 user RSA Archer infrastructure and was awarded several industry honors.
Rob Carey is an experienced cybersecurity professional with more than 25 years of executive leadership within the U.S. Government and in the civilian InfoSec industry. He current leads global public sector solutions team at RSA. Formerly, Carey served as Chief Information Officer for the U.S. Department of the Navy and later was the Deputy Chief Information Officer for the U.S. Department of Defense.
Jeff Man - Sr. InfoSec Consultant at Online Business Systems Josh Marpet - COO at Red Lion Matt Alderman - CEO at Security Weekly Scott Lyons - CEO at Red Lion
2. News - Compliance News - 12:30 PM-01:00 PM
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Security and Compliance news of the week (or longer - it's our show).
Jeff Man's Content:
- DARPA invites hackers to break hardware to make it more secure
- 80% of hacking-related breaches leverage compromised credentials
- The Increasing Threats to Data Privacy and Security During the Pandemic
- Nearly 80% of Companies Experienced a Cloud Data Breach in Past 18 Months
Josh Marpet's Content:
Matt Alderman's Content:
- California AG Won’t Delay CCPA Enforcement, but May Exercise Prosecutorial Discretion
- Lots of ransomware news...
- Honda investigates suspected ransomware attack
- Ransomware targets Columbia College
- Ransomware is still a growing and serious threat to businesses
- Maze ransomware strikes IT services firm
- Netwalker ransomware targets another US college
- Ransomware targets US nuclear missile sub-contractor
- Michigan State University struck by ransomware attack
Scott Lyons's Content: