Podcast Archives -TEISS® : Cracking Cyber Security

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Cyber extortion: to pay or not to pay?

Author: Anna Delaney

Cyber extortion is our theme this week; the crime involving an attack or threat of an attack coupled with a demand for money or some other response in return for stopping or remediating the attack. This is the first part... Read more

How do hackers and defenders differ?

Author: Anna Delaney

This week we talk hackers vs defenders, how to convince the board to invest in the unknown and the future of cybersecurity with Juraj Malcho, CTO at ESET. Also, why a dose of health paranoia could be good for us… Presenter: Anna Delaney Music: The... Read more

Why geopolitics matters to our cyber security

Why geopolitics matter to our cyber security

Author: Anna Delaney

This week we talk with Chris Day, Cyxtera’s Chief Cybersecurity Officer, about the importance of studying geopolitical events in this cyber sensitive world, IoT security and how to build a cyber resilient network. Presenter: Anna Delaney Music: The Pain by... Read more

What if Hitler had access to my Facebook data?

What if Hitler had access to my Facebook data?

Author: Anna Delaney

This week we are exploring the somewhat complex relationship between social media and democracy and asking the question: what if Hitler had access to my Facebook data? It’s said that today’s secret services and Big Data companies possess much more... Read more

Elections: manipulations, misinformation and misconceptions

Elections: manipulations, misinformation and misconceptions

Author: Anna Delaney

As the US mid-term elections approach, we thought we’d take a close look at “elections and hacking” with chief security scientist at Thycotic, Joseph Carson. On the podcast, Joe explains why information wars pose the greatest risk to democracy, how... Read more