The CYBER5 is hosted by Landon Winkelvoss, Co-Founder at Nisos, and features cybersecurity and investigations industry leaders' thoughts and answers to five questions on one topic on actionable intelligence to enterprise revolving around third-party risk management, adversary research and attribution, digital executive protection, merger and acquisition diligence, brand protection, disinformation, and cyber threat intelligence.
Combating Terrorist Messaging on the Open Internet with Director of Technology at the Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism (GIF-CT) Tom Thorley
In episode 60 of The Cyber5, we are joined by Tom Thorley, the Director of Technology at the Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism (GIF-CT).
We discuss the mission of GIF-CT and how it's evolved over the last five years, with particular interest on violent terrorist messaging across different social media platforms. We also discuss the technical approaches to countering terrorism between platforms and how their organization accounts for human rights while conducting their mission.
The Business of Security: Positively Influencing Profit and Loss with Active Security Compliance Practitioner Dylan McKnight
In episode 59 of The Cyber5, we are joined by active security compliance practitioner, Dylan McKnight.
We discuss the business of security. We unpacked how security can be effective at driving profitability and not just be a cost center toward an organization. We discuss how compliance measures can drive meaningful metrics around profitability and avoiding breaches. And finally, we talk about where threat intelligence provides the proper risk-based approach for security teams in this process.
Tips on Recruiting and Retaining Cybersecurity Talent with Director People Strategy and Culture for Nisos Magen Gicinto
In episode 58 of The Cyber5, we are joined by Magen Gicinto, Director People Strategy and Culture for Nisos.
We discuss how to realign your “people strategy” to recruit and retain the best talent in spite of those challenges. We address the aspects of recruiting and retaining the best talent and how to calibrate total rewards in consideration of employees’ ever-changing motivations. Finally, we cover the convergence of generalists and specialists in high performance organizations.
Evolution of Incident Response Playbooks in the Last Five Years with Colby Clark, Director for Cyber Threat Management
In episode 57 of The Cyber5, we are joined by Colby Clark, Director for Cyber Threat Management. He’s also the author of the recently published book, The Cyber Security Incident Management Master’s Guide.
We baseline incident response playbooks around customer environment, threat, landscape, regulatory environment, and security controls. Afterward, we discuss how incident response (IR) playbooks have evolved in the last five years and they have scaled in the cloud.
Use of Intelligence for Corporate Security Programs with Executive Vice President for Allied Universal Ray O'Hara
In episode 56 of The Cyber5, we are joined by Ray O’Hara, Executive Vice President for Allied Universal. We discuss the use of intelligence for corporate security programs, usually overseen by a Chief Security Officer (CSO). We talk about some of the challenges this role faces and how intelligence can be actionable to mitigate those risks. We also work through various case studies, talk about metrics for success, and technology platforms used to aggregate intelligence.
Evaluating the Conundrums of OT Security in the Energy and ONG Industries with CISO Nathan Singleton
In episode 55 of The Cyber5, we are joined by Nate Singleton, a security practitioner who was most recently ran information security at Helmerich and Payne. We discussed the conundrums of operational technology security within gas and energy sectors. We also compared the aggressive and constant need for interconnectivity on the information operation technology sides of the house to show that events like the Colonial Pipeline attack are probably just the beginning of attacks against ICS infrastructure.
A Great Resource!
Landon does such a good job covering a variety of topics. The guests offer valuable insight as well. I would recommend this podcast to anyone looking to be inspired and informed!
Great Podcast Sean!!!
Awesome up to date content and solid delivery.