Nexus is a cybersecurity podcast hosted by Claroty Editorial Director Mike Mimoso. Nexus will feature discussions with cybersecurity leaders, researchers, innovators, and influencers, discussing the topics affecting cybersecurity professionals in OT, IoT, and IoMT environments. Nexus is formerly known as Aperture.
Mike Rogers on Understanding a CISO's Personal Exposure in Cyber Incidents
Hormel Foods Chief Information Security Officer and Director of Information Security and Compliance Mike Rogers joins the Claroty Nexus podcast to discuss why it's so important for CISO's to understand their personal liability during cybersecurity incidents. New regulations, including the SEC's cybersecurity rules, are driving this need for security leadership to evaluate to manage their personal exposure. Rogers provides his perspective on the SEC rules, how incident response is changing, and the ambiguity around exactly what constitutes a "material" incident.
Team82 Answers More of your OT Cybersecurity Questions
Noam Moshe of Claroty Team82 is back to answer more listener questions about OT vulnerability research, threats and risks to OT networks and IoT devices, and the best mitigation and remediation strategies for defenders.
This is a follow-up podcast to an episode we recorded in December answering listener questions. You can listen to that episode here.
Juan Piacquadio on Securing Pharma 4.0
Phlow Corp., CIO Juan Piacquadio joins the Claroty Nexus podcast to discuss the application of Industry 4.0 to pharmaceuticals, also known as Pharma 4.0. The industry is quickly adopting advanced technologies such as artificial intelligence, digital twins, and augmented reality to enhance the development of medicine and improve patient care. Along with that expansion of capabilities comes a wider attack surface, and Piacquadio spends a good deal of time explaining not only the threat landscape he envisions, but also how giant pharmaceuticals, the supply chain, and security providers must respond.
Subscribe to the Nexus Podcast here.
David Elfering on CISOs and Cyber Liability Insurance
David Elfering, CISO at Carrix and former security and risk executive at Marsh, is back for another episode of the Claroty Nexus podcast to discuss cyber liability insurance. Elfering has extensive experience working not only as an enterprise cybersecurity executive, but also with one of the world's leading insurance carriers. Listen as he brings insight on that perspective, how carrier cybersecurity requirements align with risk reduction, red flags that can imperil coverage or claims, and how cyber insurance providers are looking at geopolitical conflict.
Team82 Answers Your Vulnerability Research Questions
Team82 researchers Sharon Brizinov and Noam Moshe join the Claroty podcast for a special episode where they answer questions submitted by users. This Ask-Me-Anything style of podcast covers the team's OT and IoT vulnerability research process, resources for experienced and beginner vulnerability researchers, and insights from their point of view on the threat landscape for cyber-physical systems.
Mandiant on Sandworm APT Attacks in Ukraine
Nathan Brubaker, Mandiant and Google Cloud Head of Emerging Threats and Analytics, joins the Claroty Nexus podcast for a timely discussion on his team’s report published this week on the Sandworm APT’s activity in Ukraine.
Sandworm leveraged a new TTP—Living off the Land techniques—to target a Ukrainian energy company in October 2022 to cause a power outage. That outage also coincided with missile attacks by Russia against critical infrastructure in Ukraine.
Read Mandiant's Sandworm paper here.
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This podcast is exactly what I’ve been looking for. THANK YOU SO MUCH!
An informative AND entertaining resource for security leaders
As a CISO, I’m obligated to keep up with anything & everything that could, for better or worse, impact my org’s cyber risk posture. This podcast helps me do that without putting me to sleep or trying to sell me something—and my team enjoys it, too.
Great podcast if you want to learn about the OT security landscape.