In today’s episode Monica Verma talks with an industry leader and a technology lawyer Jan Sandtrø with 20+ years of experience. In this episodes engaging conversations, they cover:
1. What is Schrems I, Schrems II, and how did they came to be?
2. Why are business within Europe in this whole data transfer limbo with American companies?
3. Is CLOUD act any less invasive?
4. All apps and applications are tracking us. What can you as a user do?
In this video, Monica Verma talks with Anton Chuvakin, Head of Solutions Strategy at Google and former Research Director at Gartner. In this episode they talk about some of the security issues with cloud, especially with regards to cloud migration. Can we trust cloud less to trust more? We talked with Anton about these and more cybersecurity and cloud security issues.
If you are interested in cybersecurity or learning about key aspects of cloud security and cloud migrations, if you are a security professional, security leader or anyone working with cloud, this episode is for you.
Its no news that 100% security doesn’t exist. It’s no news that security is not about hindering. However, what is it that's still missing to integrate security into our business and across all organizations?
In this video Monica talks about the overall goals of security and how to ensure that security is everyone's responsibility. The key is clear and simple communication. The key is to tailor your message to your audience
& keep it simple. Hear more in this video.
Here we are with the season finale and an absolutely engaging topic for you - Robotics vs. Security.
On the season finale, Monica talks with Mark Folmer, VP Security and Industry, Robotic Assistance Devices, on the robotics industry, the state of security within the robotics industry, Industry 4.0, augmentation, challenges, risks and implications, opportunities it brings with itself and more.
Security is not an IT problem but everyone’s responsibility. In this episode, we turn the tables and talk to a business leader on his role and involvement in security as well as expectation of and support for security leaders.
In this episode, Monica Verma talks with Christoffer Hernæs on digitalization, the business perspective of security and the FinTech world.
In this episode of We Talk Cyber with Monica, we talk with Bjorn R. Watne, CISO, Storebrand on
- threat landscape over last decade and amidst pandemic
- how to build robustness, visibility and detection amidst increasing digitalization
- how do you know you are doing enough?
In one corner we have privacy. We have seen regulations like GDPR and CCPA come into place in the last years. We have also had discussions on this in the US congress, EU parliament and in the world in the wake of Cambridge Analytica scandal.
In the other corner lies security. Under the umbrella of security, lies both ensuring services, products and business performs securely as well as also different forms of surveillance, in order to ensure security of people and nation. Where does the balance lie and challenges, risks and recommendations for businesses, vendors and people.
“By far, the greatest danger of Artificial Intelligence is that people conclude too early that they understand it.” Eliezer Yudkowsky
In this episode, Monica Verma talks with our guest Eirik Gulbrandsen from the Norwegian Data Protection Authority, about Artificial Intelligence, demystifying its possibilities and perils, use cases and challenges, and what it could mean for cybersecurity, privacy and society.
In this episode, Monica Verma talks with Carsten Maartmann-Moe, CEO, Transcendent Group, about hacking, the big bang of the internet, connected devices, Internet of Things and emerging technologies.
They talk about the evolution and the threat landscape, risks and consequences of both legacy and emerging tech, the ethics behind it, use of data and more.
In this episode Chris Kiønig from Watchcom talks with Monica Verma about the EU standard and framework called TIBER - Threat Intelligence Based Ethical Red Teaming.
- What's the goal and purpose of the framework?
- How to implement and build operational resilience and ensure stability during external events such as cyber attacks?
- What's are the challenges, for example with regards to budgets, real attack simulations, GDPR, etc?
This episode of We Talk Cyber is dedicated to a Hacker to Hacker conversation. In this episode, Chris Dale from River Security talks with Monica Verma about 1. upstream thinking to security 2. high-value pen-testing & the psychology behind it 3. the threat landscape & its global consequences.
Am I a cyborg? cyborg = cybernetic organism = an enhancement or augmentation of physical capabilities by mechanical or electronic device(s). By that definition, aren't we all, to certain extent? We've augmented our functioning & capabilities by digital devices, smart phones, chips, etc. Information & signals that critical to the existence of our lives aren't only a part of our bodies through mechanical enhancements but also digital devices. Join your one & only, hackers and CISOs, Chris Roberts & me on the latest episode of We Talk Cyber as we talk about THE ERA OF CYBORGS
In this episode, Per Thorsheim talks about the myths around digital identities and footprint, what challenges we face, and how can we manage, protect and take care of our digital identities better, amidst a chaos and huge web of footprints, that we don’t even know exist.
Monica Verma in conversation with Lance Spitzner, Director at SANS Security Awareness, on top human risks, key questions leadership should be asking, and key behaviors we need in order to secure and manage those human risks. You can only make so many behavioral changes. In this episode, we talk about how to focus and prioritize, what strategies to use and how to understand the psychology behind a successful security awareness program.
In this episode Monica Verma talks with Lars Eirik Berg, CSO and CISO, DNB, about
1. a CISO and business leader’s perspective on cybersecurity, threats and risks
2. is security really just about securing or does it serve a bigger purpose and
3. how to approach security, risk and crisis management to help businesses and society
Moreover, they talk about COVID-19, pandemic, deep fakes, phishing, data breaches and more.
In this episode Monica Verma talks with Deidre Diamond, CEO and Founder, CyberSN, about
and what can we do about it to help both young talent and professionals in our industry, as well as to build a business that’s not only successful but also cost effective.
In this episode of We Talk Cyber, Monica Verma talks to Hanne Tangen Nilsen, Cyber Security Officer and Security Director Business from Telenor Norway, about key elements of cyber resilience, what role do threat intelligence and SOC/CERT play to build a cyber resilient organization and what are the key challenges and learnings over the years. As Hanne describes it “To build a cyber resilient organization you need to understand your security maturity level. You need to start with that.”
In today’s episode, Monica talks with Tanya Janca on challenges businesses face with regards to cybersecurity talent, how algorithms and data can be (unintentionally) biased, and what can we do for better communication and diversity. Tanya and Monica share their stories and passion for podcasts, learning and sharing knowledge.
In today's episode of We Talk Cyber with Monica, Cloud Researcher Mark Nunnikhoven, talks about complexity, responsibility and visibility in cloud. How does that affect cloud security and what you can do about it! Get your coffee/tea and enjoy the scintillating discussions, experiences and philosophies on cloud security.
Security experts, Jeremiah Grossman and Robert Hansen talk about importance of asset discovery and why should businesses care. For amazing stories on how Jeremiah and Robert came to download the entire Internet, tune in right now!
Roar Thon, Specialist Director, NSM joins and kick starts "We Talk Cyber with Monica" podcast series. Roar talks about human, culture and communication aspects and challenges within security industry.