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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.

    Episode 197 - COVID-19 impact on Asia’s technology sector, Canalys Update #1

    Episode 197 - COVID-19 impact on Asia’s technology sector, Canalys Update #1

    Interview with Sharon Hiu, APAC Channel Analyst with Canalys, based in Singapore.
    This is an update podcast (recorded 20 March, 2020) to capture Canalys observations of the APAC Technology Channel sector and impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic....

    Episode 196 - How easy is it to access the Dark Web? ESET's Chief Security Evangelist accessed Ransomware as a Service within an hour

    Episode 196 - How easy is it to access the Dark Web? ESET's Chief Security Evangelist accessed Ransomware as a Service within an hour

    We interview Tony Anscombe, Chief Security Evangelist at ESET, based in San Francisco. Tony explains what’s on the dark web – how easy is it to purchase ransomware as a service, set up a payment method and buy some data to send out a campaign. Tony took a fresh laptop, wiped his mind of his inherent knowledge and undertook to access the Dark Web as a novice. Taking just 40 minutes, Tony was able to engage a Ransomware as a Service, create a Bitcoin account and access campaign data which would have enabled either an internal attack or a nefarious phishing campaign.
    The lesson learned is due to the ease this activity can be done, Enterprise need to ensure a layered (defence in depth) security approach. For more reading, access the following:
    ESET blog www.welivesecurity.com (https://www.welivesecurity.com)
    Whitepapers: ESET Deep Behavioral Inspection (https://mysecuritymarketplace.com/v2-whitepapers/eset-deep-behavioral-inspection/) and Kr00k – CVE-2019-15126 (https://mysecuritymarketplace.com/v2-whitepapers/kr00k-cve-2019-15126/) (Wi-Fi vulnerability)
    ESET® has been developing IT security software and services for businesses and consumers worldwide, with solutions ranging from endpoint and mobile security, to encryption and two-factor authentication. Backed by R&D centers worldwide, ESET became the first IT security company to earn 100 Virus Bulletin VB100 awards, identifying every single “in-the-wild” malware without interruption since 2003. For more information visit www.eset.com (http://www.eset.com/au/about)
    Recorded 19 March 2020 (AEST) courtesy of ESET.
    ESET Online Safety Tips during COVID-19
    https://www.welivesecurity.com/2020/03/16/covid19-forced-workplace-exodus/ (https://www.welivesecurity.com/2020/03/16/covid19-forced-workplace-exodus/)
    https://www.welivesecurity.com/2020/03/13/beware-scams-exploiting-coronavirus-fears/ (https://www.welivesecurity.com/2020/03/13/beware-scams-exploiting-coronavirus-fears/)
    https://www.welivesecurity.com/2020/03/19/work-home-improve-security-mfa/ (https://www.welivesecurity.com/2020/03/19/work-home-improve-security-mfa/)
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    Episode 152 - The Toll of TOLA - Australia's Amendment for Assistance and Access (https://blubrry.com/mysecurity/43964904/episode-152-the-toll-of-tola-australias-amendment-for-assistance-and-access/)
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    Episode 187 - INTERPOL CYBER CRIME OPERATIONS & IGCI SINGAPORE - Interview with Craig Jones, INTERPOL Director for Cybercrime (https://blubrry.com/mysecurity/54593435/episode-187-interpol-cyber-crime-operations-igci-singapore-interview-with-craig-jones-interpol-director-for-cybercrime/)
    Episode 179 - Cybercrime Darkweb Markets, International Police Operations & Crypto-currencies #CSA2019 (https://blubrry.com/mysecurity/51821398/episode-179-cybercrime-darkweb-markets-international-police-operations-crypto-currencies-csa2019/)
     

     
     

    Episode 195 - Accenture Podcast Series: Why threat intelligence is your best defence - Accenture’s new Cyber Fusion Centre, Sydney

    Episode 195 - Accenture Podcast Series: Why threat intelligence is your best defence - Accenture’s new Cyber Fusion Centre, Sydney

    Accenture Podcast Series: Building cyber resilience to grow and innovate with confidence (https://australiancybersecuritymagazine.com.au/accenture-podcast-series-why-threat-intelligence-is-your-best-defence-accentures-new-cyber-fusion-centre-sydney/)
    Recorded at Accenture’s new Cyber Fusion Centre in Sydney, we interview Joseph Failla, ANZ Security Lead and Managing Director of the Accenture Security practice for Australia and New Zealand and Mark Sayer, APAC Cyber Defence Lead for Accenture.
    Joseph was a co-founder and owner of Redcore, a specialised cyber security firm that was acquired by Accenture in 2016, and he has 26+ years’ experience in IT with a core focus on information security and risk management strategies. His areas of expertise are cyber security, public key infrastructure (PKI) and security strategy. LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/in/joseph-a-failla-7161611/)
    Mark is a respected IT security professional with over 20 years of experience across a diverse range of roles, organisations and industries. As the AAPAC lead for Cyber Defence, Mark has led the development of local technical cyber capability across the region. LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/in/marksayer/)
    Following a tour of the fusion centre, we discuss why threat intelligence is the best defence and how intelligence insights can be tailored for different audiences and client requirements. We also discuss the 2019 Cyber Threatscape Report and Mark Sayer’s blog “Know Your Enemy”.
    Recorded on 4 March, 2020 in Sydney courtesy of Accenture.
     

    Episode 194 - COVID-19 deals a major blow to Asia’s technology sector, Canalys Report

    Episode 194 - COVID-19 deals a major blow to Asia’s technology sector, Canalys Report

    Interview with Sharon Hiu, APAC Channel Analyst with Canalys, based in Singapore.
    Canalys Report, 'COVID-19 deals a major blow to Asia’s technology sector (https://mysecuritymarketplace.com/reports/covid-19-deals-a-major-blow-to-asias-technology-sector/)', dated 20 February highlights the COVID-19 outbreak will hurt Q1 sales in APAC, especially of smartphones, PCs and component products. But customer adoption of cloud-based services will increase as more people use videoconferencing and collaborative and online tools to execute business continuity plans and reduce travel.
    Vendors are focusing on partner training and maintaining close communication with customers and partners. Technology vendors and channel partners in the Asia Pacific region face the unexpected challenge of coping with the sudden outbreak of COVID-19 (coronavirus). The crisis was largely unforeseen, even in mid-January. Most leaders this year were anticipating disruption from political instability and natural disasters, not an epidemic. Major technology and partner events around the world were cancelled soon after the World Health Organization (WHO) declared a global health emergency. China has taken the brunt of the social and business impact so far, but the rest of Asia Pacific and other regions around the world will face similar problems if the virus continues to spread.
    As of 20 February 2020, the WHO has said that new cases in China are falling but also warned that any apparent trend must be interpreted very cautiously. Worldwide, there are now over 75,000 confirmed cases, with over 56,000 yet to recover. Over 98% of cases are in China. The immediate effects on supply chains, workflow disruption and lower spending will result in an economic downturn if restrictions on travel and factories remain. The extent of the downturn will depend on how widespread and protracted the virus becomes.
    Recorded via Sydney and Singapore, 28 February 2020, with reports of a second wave of outbreaks, with COVID-19 now detected in 49 countries.
    Canalys Reports available here:
    https://mysecuritymarketplace.com/reports/covid-19-deals-a-major-blow-to-asias-technology-sector/ (https://mysecuritymarketplace.com/reports/covid-19-deals-a-major-blow-to-asias-technology-sector/)
    https://mysecuritymarketplace.com/reports/global-pc-market-to-fall-by-3-4-in-2020-in-best-case-scenario/ (https://mysecuritymarketplace.com/reports/global-pc-market-to-fall-by-3-4-in-2020-in-best-case-scenario/)
    Related Episodes:
    Episode 197 - COVID-19 impact on Asia’s technology sector, Canalys Update #1 (https://blubrry.com/mysecurity/57522720/episode-197-covid-19-impact-on-asias-technology-sector-canalys-update-1/)

    Episode 193 - Bitdefender set to release Digital Identity Protection service for consumers

    Episode 193 - Bitdefender set to release Digital Identity Protection service for consumers

    Interview with Bogdan 'Bob' Botezatu, Director of Threat Research and Reporting with Bitdefender whilst visiting Australia from Romania.
    Pre-release discussion about Bitdefender's new Digital Identity Protection (DIP) service. Scheduled for release in April 2020 the DIP scans the internet and dark web for background to give awareness to consumers on what personal information of theirs is for sale or available that they’re not aware of.
    Bob also shares insight into the background of Bitdefender and the trends shaping cybersecurity in 2020.
    Recorded in Sydney, February 6, 2020.

     

    Episode 192 - Video Management Systems and responsible application of advanced technology - Milestone Systems

    Episode 192 - Video Management Systems and responsible application of advanced technology - Milestone Systems

    Interview with Brett Hansen, South Pacific Country Manager for Milestone Systems. Brett is responsible for driving Milestone Systems across a diverse range of new and existing markets in the region, while facilitating large-scale projects and partnerships, as well as leading the company’s local team.
    POST RECORDING NOTE: Milestone Systems has cancelled the joint APAC/EMEA MIPS Conference in Dubai due to COVID-19 safety measures (http://postman.mynewsdesk.com/ls/click?upn=wG7ZJVD5sLXlz3T7tYEJUsPnmI9w6LOB1Y1lTaFg-2B7TlhHQEAh7GlUn0MIPy9PpwLB8IXmbGxiKCMrYq8JXzD0597-2BsUNi1mJltCZxBbgweCYepLKVWn0ELSUVRLbsW0zjCgn0jRMdKnIE1X6ylCDHoAw6995EvbM7YjIw9gz8iaEwsZe19l-2FJxKFFvC4FK1NYQ5ZZuX1sOslzCYgRMMyA-3D-3DhvX8_lO-2FHeohnggqsZl3eXCf33yOIcGVbmRWUYlSAh3mk0CYrGjNvk9MO7xxiNsLoFf7QRVb88HQFMxdDQTq5VG3DNPuZy7dRP2Bx3sXWgb17UtAXVYC8P5xAgfPJP3ZBckv3dDgwk7ujckrOZ-2Fuv4V98H3OkG5KhS8afDC9GuQ0engfLXdYTkiBkLxnWIhtAMz5HF7bCvK5H1rXSDiYLLaGgOjNNTNb4N-2BJ49ZA7HXoXpQ6SjPHFPitab-2Byl7BjueyBsVuOm2Sv-2FEDnUEH0r9hXrp5BZGq6p8nCF0LQGbupcdJKyHjkCkiGrKnT-2F13hQLRxScH7nFcbjoYFJRRwPJWP1sg6NZKxgrbRCrCDZG6gv9XpSz-2BIdgFrdgg2nhjPoIuEOz87-2FtZc8atCS5h6XnI9D9VtQsjTzCiQ4pp4WFUdGSQwA-2FXu9AZzKEz2hGnT6kqNh)
    Brett provides an overview of the Milestone Systems organisation, and the company’s local footprint, including the importance of an open Video Management System platform and its strength as a Milestone offering. Brett also comments on the importance of Milestone’s partner network and recent growth and changes to managerial team.
    Link to the Copenhagen Letter (https://copenhagenletter.org/)
    Hansen has been with Milestone Systems since July 2018, previously fulfilling the role of Distribution Channel Manager. Prior to his time at Milestone Systems, he worked for the Secure Issuance team at HID Global — ultimately performing the role of Regional Sales Manager Australia & New Zealand Secure Issuance. Hansen holds a master’s degree in Business and Technology from the University of New South Wales.
    Recorded in Sydney on February 6, 2020 courtesy of Milestone Systems.


     

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