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.
Episode 238 - Blockchain Framework and Guidance released by ISACA - MySecTV takeaway
To help tech professionals get a stronger grasp on the important technology and how to leverage it within their own organisations, ISACA has released two new resources: Blockchain Framework an...
Episode 237 - The Alethia Framework - Artificial Intelligence and Digital Transformation at Rolls-Royce
Interview by Jane Lo, Singapore Correspondent with Dr Bicky Bhangu, OBE, President, Southeast Asia, Pacific and South Korea at Rolls-Royce.
Dr Bicky Bhangu is responsible for the regional strategy, external relations and governance of the operations across the company’s key businesses – Civil Aerospace, Defence and Power Systems.
Dr Bhangu is Council Member for the Singapore National Employers Federation and also serves on the Board of Directors of the Malaysian Industry-Government Group for High Technology. Until November 2019, Dr Bhangu had served as President of the British Chamber of Commerce Singapore over several terms.
Dr Bhangu is an Adjunct Professor at the Nanyang Technological University. He has a BEng in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from the University of Nottingham, an MSc in Control Systems, a PhD in Advanced Machines and Drives from the University of Sheffield and an MBA in Technology Management. He is a Chartered Engineer and Fellow of the Institution of Engineering Technology and Fellow of the Royal Aeronautical Society.
In this podcast, Dr Bhangu gave a glimpse into the world of artificial intelligence (AI) and digital transformation at Rolls-Royce.
He also introduced the recent breakthrough work on AI ethics and trustworthiness at Rolls-Royce, called The Aletheia Framework. The comprehensive ethical framework and trustworthiness process is free to download from the Rolls-Royce website. Once fully implemented, businesses that follow the checks and balances within it can assure themselves that their AI projects are fair, trustworthy and ethical.
Recorded in Singapore on 31st December 2020, 8.30am SGT.
Episode 236 - Cyber-attack on Norsk Hydro - LockerGoga Ransomware cost kr800M
Interview with Halvor Molland – Senior Vice President Communication & Public Affairs, Norsk Hydro ASA.
Halvor Molland, is Senior Vice President Communication & Public Affairs, and a spokesperson for Norsk Hydro ASA, a global supplier of aluminium and aluminium solutions headquartered in Norway. An experienced journalist, he holds a Master of Science with experience from offshore oil and gas development projects. Molland has extensive experience in the field of international corporate communication. He has previously worked at Umoe, a Norwegian supplier to the oil and gas industry and at ABB - a global leader in power and automation technologies. Molland served as Press and information officer at the Stabilization Force (SFOR) Headquarter in Sarajevo, the NATO-led multinational peacekeeping force.
In this podcast, he discussed the cyber attack on 19 March 2019 that hit the aluminium manufacturing giant. Norsk Hydro put the impact of incident – ransomware LockerGoga - at around NOK 800 million. Halvor shared highlights of Norsk Hydro’s experience in responding to and recovering from the attack: The immediate actions taken, the key priorities during the respond and recovery efforts, the focus on communications internally with employees, and externally with customers, stakeholders and the public.
Recorded on 15th December 2020 (Norway 10am/ Singapore 5pm).
Episode 235 - Spaceplanes versus Rocket Launch - SPACE 2.0 - INDUSTRY INSIGHTS #1
MySec.TV Tech & Sec Weekly - takeaway podcast: Link to the video version here (https://youtu.be/kNNXXPJu2ts)
Interview with Lloyd Damp, CEO, Southern Launch and James Powell, Co-founder, Dawn Aerospace.
Southern Launch is developing a multi-user launch complex at the tip of the Eyre Peninsula in South Australia. It will provide complete launch infrastructure and a turn-key launch service solution to polar and sun-synchronous orbit.
Dawn Aerospace is developing a spaceplane: a sub-scale suborbital vehicle capable of flying up to an altitude of more than 100km several times a day for the purpose of delivering small satellites to sub-orbit. It can take off and land at standard airports alongside normal aircraft.
Recorded and streamed live on 15 December 2020
Related episode - video link - Business of Space Launches & Maths - SPACE 2.0 - INDUSTRY INSIGHTS #2 (https://youtu.be/u5Xioc42NL4)
Episode 234 - Video Applications in Cities & Buildings in COVID-19 - Interview with Milestone Systems
Interview with Brett Hansen, South Pacific Country Manager, South Pacific and Mike Metcalfe, Manager Asia Pacific Key Account Team, Milestone Systems (www.milestonesys.com).
This session focuses on the theme of video surveillance applications in smart buildings/cities in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, and what options exist for situational awareness in the workplace and public spaces.
With XProtect widely adopted and with a myriad of partners, the Milestone Experience Centre, in Melbourne, allows clients to visualise and configure the technology to suit their requirements.
As people begin to return to places of work, retail centres, restaurants and public places, there will be an increased need for awareness and management of crowd numbers, cleanliness, tracking and tracing, personal space, etc. Video management, combined with other technologies, can help with this in many regards.
Traffic flow management
Using analytics to check on traffic to amenities such as rest rooms – for example analytics can be set to monitor the number of people entering a specific area, then the system set to provide an alert that “We have had 300 people through that area, need to go and clean them”. This leads to pro-active hygiene and cleaning, rather than relying on a simple schedule which does not take into account actual volume of traffic to an area.
This can also flow on to other areas – hospital waiting rooms, restaurants, change rooms etc, which generally have a cleaning schedule but do not necessarily account for the volume of people passing through.
Spatial awareness metrics
How best to manage queues into a shopping centre, workplace, stadium etc? Video can be set to analyse and provide metrics around the number of people in a certain area, and provide information – again, allowing authorities and management to be proactive and stop people from entering a space if it is over-crowded, or send someone in to an area once a certain volume has passed, in order to sanitise it.
Counting people in an area and send someone to clean or control.
Monitor for dwell time, for example to establish how long people may have been occupying table space in restaurant. Can tell how long someone was actually in a restaurant, which then allows authorities to gauge not only that a person was IN a particular place, but also how long they were there for. This can have a positive impact on track and trace capabilities, as it allows authorities to judge if someone actually crossed paths with an infected individual – not just that they were in the same place on the same day.
Helps with managing people flow through an area.
Dwell time analytics can be set for a specific a zone, such as a waiting room at an airport, or café. Allows management to judge that, for example, “Someone has sat down at table fifteen, the system is set to know how long are they allowed to stay there.”
Suitable to retail, hospitality, commercial building spaces.
Video management can set crowd density in a specific area to say,
Episode 233 - Australian Government ministerial reshuffle to include Cybersecurity - Panel Discussion
Australian business has applauded the Federal Government ministerial reshuffle, which will include the appointment of a Cyber Security role to oversee COVID-19 economic security commitments - we discuss the impact of this decision on Australian business and Australia as a whole.
We're joined by:
Claire Pales, Director, 27 Lanterns
Abbas Kudrati, APAC Lead Chief Cybersecurity Advisor, Microsoft
Nick Savvides, Senior Director of Strategic Business, Forcepoint
Recent article from Nick Savvides - https://australiancybersecuritymagazine.com.au/securing-the-modern-workforce-zero-trust-in-a-sase-architecture/
MySec.TV version available https://youtu.be/l529jwuB0Z8
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Good clear discussion. Feels that coming from an industry forum leader, few additional words on how inside out perspectives of the corporate have been accounted for could make the book / its review more rounded.