Every week on the InSecurity Podcast, Matt Stephenson interviews leading authorities in the security industry to gain an expert perspective on topics including risk, control friction, compliance, and building a culture of security. Each episode provides relevant insights for security practitioners and business leaders working to improve their organization’s security posture and bottom line.
Ryan Chapman and John Wood: Anatomy of a Breach
When is a breach a breach? When is it a data leak? When is it simply a server left exposed? On this edition of InSecurity, Matt Stephenson talks with veteran Incident Response Consultants John Wood and Ryan Chapman about what happens once the bad guys break in and what the good guys can and must do when dealing with the results of a cyber-attack. Plus: PORT 3389! Dig it…
John McClurg: Securing Our Democracy
Once Again Back It’s the Incredible…! Little Public Enemy for you there… Another Very Special Episode of InSecurity, Matt Stephenson has a chat with BlackBerry SVP/CISO John McClurg about what is going on in the world of securing the electoral process of the United States elections. No politics, this is about securing the processes and mechanisms. Regardless of where you fall on the political spectrum, the vote you cast should be the vote that is recorded. How do we protect the process? Tune in and fi
Stanton Gatewood & Jeffrey Smith: Is Cyber Insurance Really a Thing?
A Very Special Episode: Matt Stephenson moderates a chat between Stanton Gatewood, former CISO for the State of Georgia & previous skeptic of Cyber Insurance and Jeffrey Smith, Managing Partner at CyberRisk Underwriters, specialists in Cyber Insurance. This isn't a cable news shoutfest, but rather an informed discussion on a misunderstood tool of data protection. Think you don’t need Cyber Insurance? Do you feel the same way when you get in your car or go to the doctor? See where we’re going here…?
Jillian Lappetito: Fearlessly Authentic Leadership in a Time of Fear and Fake News
On this week’s InSecurity, Matt Stephenson has a chat with Jillian Lappetito, president of Leaderology and a member of 4 NCAA Champion and 2 World Champion US National Waterpolo teams. Influenced by the leadership of an Army Ranger father and world class coaches and teammates, Jillian now channels her experience into coaching and mentoring others. With a mantra of Fearless Authenticity, Jillian is helping develop tomorrow’s leaders’ ability to meet any challenge they may face.
Ira Winkler: You CAN Stop Stupid
On this week’s InSecurity, Matt Stephenson speaks with Ira Winkler, president of Secure Mentem and author of multiple books, including You CAN Stop Stupid and Security Awareness for Dummies. We take a frank look at the people and systems involved in the world of cybersecurity and look to point out what is stupid about all of it and what can be done to stop stupid behavior and fix stupid systems.
Pete Fronte: Helping Patients Understand & Find Relevant Healthcare Studies
On this week’s InSecurity, Matt Stephenson has a chat with Pete Fronte, founder & CEO of Altura, a 20 year old company who has built a mechanism that connects medical clinical studies with the people who need to be studied. In the contemporary world of telehealth and everything-from-home, people need access more than ever. COVID is the new horror on the block. People still need access to studies on cancer, heart disease and every other healthcare issue that existed prior to 2020… check it out
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Whether you’re well established as a cyber security innovator, or just getting started carving out your role as a change agent within your organization - this is a must-listen podcast for you! Matt and Michelle do an incredible job leading conversations that cover a huge breadth of topics related to the ins and outs of navigating an ever changing data security and compliance environment - from leaders who’ve actually experienced success themselves. Highly recommend listening and subscribing!
Yes, there are BlackBerry Cylance episodes, but there is so much more
This might be lame, but I want to address the notion that InSecurity is strictly a promotional vehicle for BlackBerry Cylance.
Yes, we have done several episodes featuring Cylance