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Without trust, society stagnates, economies decline, and businesses fail. This podcast series keeps abreast of the latest trends and challenges in cyber and physical security with interviews, event updates, industry suppliers & government initiatives.

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Without trust, society stagnates, economies decline, and businesses fail. This podcast series keeps abreast of the latest trends and challenges in cyber and physical security with interviews, event updates, industry suppliers & government initiatives.

    Space Sector in Asia : A perspective from a pioneering Asian space organization

    Space Sector in Asia : A perspective from a pioneering Asian space organization

    Jane Lo, Singapore Correspondent speaks with Ms Lynette TAN, Chief Executive. Singapore Space and Technology Limited (SSTL).
    As Chief Executive and Board Member of SSTL, Lynette develops the organisation’s industry initiatives, leads its startup accelerator programmes and drives its consulting business, identifying opportunities for government organisations, companies and individuals to make critical decisions in the growing Asian space industry. In addition to running SSTL’s very own space accelerator programme for tech startups, she is also the managing Partner of Project Cyclotron, an exclusive programme with the Singapore government that assists early stage, deep tech, space start-ups.
    She is a Karman Fellow, an international award given to individuals whose achievements in space are outstanding. She is also an advisor to German space start up, MyelinS.
    Lynette is active in promoting Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics interest amongst youths and women. For her efforts and accomplishments, she received the Lancôme Visionary Award in 2018 and was recently recognised for her “Outstanding Contributions to the Science & Technology Industry” by a leading women’s publication. She was also recognised as a Trailblazer on the inaugural “Singapore 100 Women in Tech List” in 2020 for her outstanding efforts to put Singapore on the map of the space industry and for being a pioneer in the region’s space sector.
    In this podcast, Lynette shares the highlights of the space sector and the latest news, and Singapore’s role in developing the ecosystem. With the rich space heritage across the world, she stresses the importance of connecting the “best and the brightest”, the “movers, shakers, ideas and people who are going to get the job done”, to push the space technology frontier and better lives.
    As the sector is expected to continue its steady growth in the coming years, Lynette discusses the focus on accelerating innovations and cultivating the talent pipeline in order to realise the sector’s ambitions.
    Lynette also provides updates on recent partnerships, including Project Cyclotron - a Cap Vista and SSTL’s joint venture-building program for space and deep tech companies, and the GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) collaboration between SSTL and ST Engineering.
    Recorded: Friday 23rd July 2021 / 7.15am (Singapore Time)
     

    Episode 273 - Importance of Data Literacy - Insights of a Chief Data Officer

    Episode 273 - Importance of Data Literacy - Insights of a Chief Data Officer

    We speak with Kshira Saagar, Chief Data Officer of Latitude Financial Services about what is Data Literacy and why it is important.
    Kshira has been consecutively recognised among the Top 10 Analytics Leaders in Australia, for 2019, 2020 and 2021.
    He is focused on helping key decision-makers and CxOs make smarter decisions using data, and strongly believes that every organisation can become truly data-driven. This is an insightful interview about how Data is the New Oil and moves into touching on ethics, privacy and managing AI capabilities.
    For the MySec.TV version visit https://mysecuritymarketplace.com/av-media/importance-of-data-literacy-insights-of-a-chief-data-officer/ (https://mysecuritymarketplace.com/av-media/importance-of-data-literacy-insights-of-a-chief-data-officer/)
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    Episode 272 - Virsec enters ANZ Cybersecurity Market

    Episode 272 - Virsec enters ANZ Cybersecurity Market

    We speak with Rob Nobilo, Regional Sales Director with Virsec
    Virsec is a San Jose, USA based company which provides an application-aware workload protection platform. Virsec is gearing up for rapid growth in the ANZ region with Rob recently joining the team.
    Nobilo brings years of in-depth experience as a former Sales Director at Palo Alto Networks, looking after enterprise accounts in BFSI, retail, healthcare, utilities and mining. Prior to joining Palo Alto Networks, Nobilo spent five years at Dimension Data (now NTT) in various roles including Security Practice Manager and National Business Manager of Managed Security Services.
    “Virsec is gearing up for rapid growth in the ANZ region and I am keen to continue building the team over the coming year. The cybersecurity market in ANZ is worth around A$5bn and we will keep expanding at an annual rate of 18% till 2026,” said Nobilo.
    Read more https://australiancybersecuritymagazine.com.au/virsec-announces-expansion-into-the-anz-market-with-new-appointments/ (https://australiancybersecuritymagazine.com.au/virsec-announces-expansion-into-the-anz-market-with-new-appointments/)
    Watch the Video version - https://mysecuritymarketplace.com/av-media/virsec-enters-anz-cybersecurity-market/ (https://mysecuritymarketplace.com/av-media/virsec-enters-anz-cybersecurity-market/ )
    #mysecuritytv #cybersecurity #virsec #appsec #workloadprotection

    Episode 271 - Cybersecurity professionals - Australia invests $8 million on skills and availability

    Episode 271 - Cybersecurity professionals - Australia invests $8 million on skills and availability

    We speak with Phil Rodrigues, Head of Security, APJ Commercial at Amazon Web Services (AWS).
    Following the Federal Government’s announcement that it is investing more than $8 million in improving the skills and availability of cyber security professionals, we look at AWS and ADAPT research that found 92% of Australian and New Zealand CISO’s report the pandemic has increased the need for security and awareness training within their organisation. Further, 44% reported the depth of their in-house security skills is good but could be better, with an additional 39% reporting in-house skills are ‘poor’ or ‘OK’."
    Recorded Live on MySec.TV - episode available https://mysecuritymarketplace.com/av-media/cybersecurity-professionals-australia-invests-8-million-on-skills-and-availability/
    Apologies for a network outage during the session.
    #cybersecurity #AWS #cyberskills #securityawareness #mysecuritytv

    Episode 270 - Working in partnership with law enforcement - ESET cybercrime investigations

    Episode 270 - Working in partnership with law enforcement - ESET cybercrime investigations

    Alexis Dorais-Joncas started his career in cybersecurity in 2010, when he was hired by ESET as a malware researcher. In 2015, Alexis was appointed head of ESET’s R&D branch office located in Montreal, where he and his team focus on cutting edge malware research, network security and targeted attack tracking. Their goal is to shed light on the latest trends and developments in the malware ecosystem and implement efficient and innovative countermeasures to allow ESET customers to be safe online.
    Alexis is an established speaker on current cyberthreats, having spoken in front of both very technically literate audiences at events such as Bluehat and M3AAWG, and in higher level settings such as RightsCon, SERENE-RISC workshops and GoSec. He has been quoted in several security and technical media such as Wired, ITWorldCanada, DarkReading and Ars Technica, with broadcast appearances on Radio-Canada and Sky News in the UK.
    In this podcast with Jane Lo, Singapore Correspondent, Alexis takes the audience behind the scenes of real cybercrime investigations ESET has been involved in. By going over success stories such as the Andromeda and Operation Windigo busts that brought down multi-million dollar criminal networks, Alexis helps shed some light on how private security companies partnerships with law enforcement agencies work.
    With an excess of 350,000 new malware files observed each day, Alexis explains that one of the first steps is turning these into unique and actionable insights, using a combination of automated unpacking and decryption tools and in-depth analysis.
    In sharing such threat information with law enforcement agencies, he highlights the integral role of trust, including the importance of following protocols where customers’ data are involved, and exercising caution to avoid “tipping off”.
    While waiting for the “right moment to strike”, Alexis points to another important role that the private sector plays. To help the law enforcement arrest the cyber criminals and build the case for indictment and prosecution, Alexis shares how his team provides comprehensive training to the law enforcement agencies.
    Alexis also discusses how the work behind Andromeda and Operation Windigo busts took up to 4 years, and how identification of victims through “sinkholing” forms part of the take down efforts.
    As these two cases illustrate, with the right private-public partnerships and collaborations, Alexis stresses while cybercrime may be borderless, cyber criminals are not immune from prosecution.
    Recorded: 18th June 2021, 7am Singapore/  [-1 day] 7pm Montreal
     

    Episode 269 - Police Operation Ironside – What Are The Implications?

    Episode 269 - Police Operation Ironside – What Are The Implications?

    We speak with Dr John Coyne, Head of Strategic Policing and Law Enforcement at the Australian Strategic Policy Institute.
    A cyber sting three years in the making culminated last week when the Australian Federal Police (AFP) executed hundreds of search warrants in Australia-wide raids.
    Dubbed Operation Ironside, the AFP joined the FBI to harness an encrypted app called ANoM and feed it into underworld circles worldwide.
    Since 2018, the AFP has been reading the presumed secure ANoM messages that resulted in Monday’s raids. With state police agencies, the AFP arrested 224 people on 526 charges. Simultaneous raids occurred around the world.
    We discuss what may be the implications of such an operation – not just on organised crime but also on the future of policing and trust in encryption capabilities.
    Further reading: https://australiancybersecuritymagazine.com.au/operation-ironside-sees-police-raids-worldwide/
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    MySec.TV version is available here https://mysecuritymarketplace.com/av-media/police-operation-ironside-what-are-the-implications/ (https://mysecuritymarketplace.com/av-media/police-operation-ironside-what-are-the-implications/ )

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