JC Gaillard and his guests share their views on both the interesting cybersecurity news stories of the week and their own experiences. Now entering its second series with a stronger focus on cyber security governance and related board-level matters
JC Gaillard is joined by Alexa Glynn, from Rabobank Australia & New Zealand, to discuss how you transition from security roles into IT management roles and why security professionals don't have to feel condemned to hopping between security jobs
JC Gaillard is joined by Chris Burtenshaw from Strata Security; together they explore the meaning of observability in the cyber security space: Is it just hype over substance? or is there more to it than meet the eye?
JC Gaillard is joined by Bostjan Makarovic from Aphaia for a great discussion on GDPR, the size of fine and role of regulators, the risk of irrelevance they may face if they keep things imbalanced, and the impact of the Schrems II ruling
JC Gaillard is joined by experienced operational resilience consultant Nick Simms to explore what resilience really means in business terms and where cyber resilience needs to fit within a broader business resilience framework
JC Gaillard is joined by Richard Preece, director of DA Resilience, to explore how best to frame the conversation at Board level around cyber security in order to engineer effective and efficient engagement and top-down dynamics
COVID has led many organizations to rush their provision or remote access to their employees and many have accelerated their digital transformation programmed. We discuss the role of the CISO in this context.
We discuss a recent survey that reveals the continued prevalence of ransomware and the shocking amount that organizations typically pay. We talk about how to protect organizations from becoming victims
In this episode we discuss the need for top down engagement by the board to bring life into the to security and privacy strategy of their organisation. We look at the importance of embedding these important considerations into the Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG).
Following the recent announcement from the ICO of significantly reduced fines for BA and Marriott the question has to be asked "Where are the landmark cases of fines in the order of 4% of revenue for huge scale breaches?". Clearly during the pandemic the travel and hospitality industries are under great financial strain but since GDPR came in over two years ago there haven't been any fines that have been anywhere near the expected magnitude.
In this episode we are joined by Hani Banayoti (firstname.lastname@example.org) from Cyber Solace to discuss the ways in which the cyber insurance market has changed over the last ten years. We look at the drivers towards organisations choosing to pay for cyber insurance, it's role in helping them keep the lights on if they are breached and the trends with regard to ransomware and GDPR.
Given the financial strain caused by COVID-19 which has been especially severe on the hospitality and airline sectors the likelihood of large fines being imposed on Marriot and BA looks low - what does this mean for compliance?
The threat to business continuity posed by malicious actors using ransomware isn’t new but it’s causing pain to many. The most recent high profile attack was on Garmin - a company Steve relies upon to help with his marathon training
Faced by constant reports of cyber-attacks in the media, most small and medium-size organisations have woken up to the reality of cyber threats over the past few years.
Many still don’t really know what to do to protect themselves and turn to “virtual CISO” services for assistance.
While this is better than doing nothing or relying blindly on the security of cloud providers, those externalised, part-time services – often delivered remotely – are rarely the magic bullet they pretend to be…
This is the first in a series of Cyber Security Transformation Podcasts. Each week JC and Steve will discuss the interesting cyber next stories and our own experiences with clients.
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