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S3, E120 - What Is Zero Trust?
This week on Privacy Please, we go dig a bit deeper into Zero Trust. While enterprises have rapidly embraced cloud computing in the last decade or so, the mass shift to remote work accelerated this transition. With an influx of employees accessing sensitive company data from unsecured devices, the security framework known as Zero Trust has been increasingly relied on as a data-protecting hero.
S3, E119 - RSA Recap with Special Guest
This week on Privacy Please, we have a special guest join the show to talk about RSA, Cyber Insurance and many other things related to security and privacy. He is a dear friend and is the Security Awareness Advocate at KnowBe4, Mr. James McQuiggan.
James also hosts a new podcast himself called - Security Masterminds - Check it out here https://www.buzzsprout.com/1892704/10255518
S3, E118 - SEC's Proposed Data Breach Disclosure Rules
This week on Privacy Please, we dive into the SEC's proposed data breach disclosure rules and how they will add new pressure on security teams.
S3, E117 - Data Breach Bullseye - Part 3
This week on Privacy Please, we’ll examine the high cost — and risk — of sensitive data breaches in education in 2021.
S3, E116 - John Winner, CEO at Kizen
This week on Privacy Please we have the pleasure of speaking with the man himself, CEO at Kizen, Mr. John Winner!
We talk about John's epic adventures of starting his own company early in life, and where he is today. We dive into thoughts on how data collection can be used for good, Apple's Privacy changes, why privacy is extremely important to him and his team, and his strong belief in being people-centric.
P.S. Does John own a real cowboy hat?
Please enjoy this fun conversation and don't forget to have an awesome day!
S3, E115 - Data Breach Bullseye - Part 2
This week on Privacy Please, we dive into part 2 of our heavy hitter data breach series.
In this series, we are tracking the impact of last year’s record number of sensitive data breaches on three of the most vulnerable industries prone to cyberattacks: healthcare, financial services, and education. Last week, we uncovered why healthcare was the number one target for cyberattacks.
In today’s episode, we’ll explore the full extent of 2021’s attacks on the financial services industry and why it remains such a high-value target.
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