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Security and Compliance Weekly Episode #43 - September 15, 2020

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1. How We Lost the Cybersecurity War (and What Happens Next) - Part 1 - 12:00 PM-12:30 PM


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Description

David asserts that, from a consumer data and SMB perspective, we've already lost the Cybersecurity War on 2 major fronts. 1) Cybercriminals already have our unalterable PII, yet we're still driving regulations and developing tools to protect it. 2) SMBs are the hardest hit / hardest affected by cybercriminality, yet cybersecurity service providers largely ignore this market.


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Guest(s)

David King

David King is a Founding Member of Cyber Support Alliance and Owner of Governing Goliath Media. In these capacities, David serves as a trusted advisor to enterprise executives, non-profits, and small business owners. David specializes in cybersecurity risk management, data breach & ransomware response and Payment Card Industry (PCI) compliance. He is a nationally recognized guest speaker for events such as ISACA’s Geek Week and IIA’s Annual GRC Conference and also contributes to media outlets such as the Wall Street Journal and CNBC. David is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA). He has held civic board memberships in the education sector with the University of South Florida, Atlanta Public Schools and the Maynard Jackson Cluster Foundation.


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2. How We Lost the Cybersecurity War (and What Happens Next) - Part 2 - 12:30 PM-01:00 PM


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Description

David asserts that, from a consumer data and SMB perspective, we've already lost the Cybersecurity War on 2 major fronts. 1) Cybercriminals already have our unalterable PII, yet we're still driving regulations and developing tools to protect it. 2) SMBs are the hardest hit / hardest affected by cybercriminality, yet cybersecurity service providers largely ignore this market.


Governing Goliath YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC74_1yQhL6lFnnhOR5uXGGg Jot & Tiddle Comics: https://jotandtiddle.com


Guest(s)

David King

David King is a Founding Member of Cyber Support Alliance and Owner of Governing Goliath Media. In these capacities, David serves as a trusted advisor to enterprise executives, non-profits, and small business owners. David specializes in cybersecurity risk management, data breach & ransomware response and Payment Card Industry (PCI) compliance. He is a nationally recognized guest speaker for events such as ISACA’s Geek Week and IIA’s Annual GRC Conference and also contributes to media outlets such as the Wall Street Journal and CNBC. David is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA). He has held civic board memberships in the education sector with the University of South Florida, Atlanta Public Schools and the Maynard Jackson Cluster Foundation.


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