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News and social media corporations were rocked last month by the discovery of intensive hacking by a unit of the Chinese Army. This week, The Nation reports that a similar hacking campaign is being employed against progressive organizations by US-based hackers. Our guest this week is MOMocrat and cybersecurity expert Sarah Granger. She says that news like this does not surprise her. "We've been having more and more of these notable companies being hacked in various ways over the past
In this episode, Heritage Foundation, policy expert, Steven Bucci, sits down for “The REALLY, Real, Deal with Brother Craig the Hatchet Man” on why our nation is losing its battle with cybersecurity. Bucci is a distinguished Army Special Forces officer who became a top Pentagon official and cyber security expert, and is a senior research fellow for defense and homeland security at the Heritage Foundation. So grab your “morning joe” and join us for a briefing on Am
During this live episode of the Code Red! radio show, host Alfred McComber's guests will include Joe Caruso, founder and CEO/CTO of Global Digital Forensics (GDF) who will be stopping by the show to discuss cybersecurity challenges that many small business owners may not even realize could have a dramatic impact on their business.
A recent study conducted by the U.S. House Small Business Subcommittee on Health and Technology revealed that 60% of all small businesses victimized by cyber crime close their doors within six months of the incident! Mr. Caruso will provide common sense solutions, strategies and tips that can help harden your business against cyber crime attacks that happen each and every day around the world.
Later in the broadcast, we will be joined by Terry Turchie, Former Deputy Assistant Director of the Counterterrorism Division of the FBI along with former FBI Special Agent Kathleen Puckett, PhD, who is also a founding member of the FBI National Security Division's Behavior Analysis Program (BAP). Terry and Kathleen will drop by the show live to discuss the recent deadly bombing incident during the Boston, MA Marathon. They will provide unique insight regarding tips and strategies citizens and first responders can utilize to help increase their personal security, safety and emergency preparedness. They'll also discuss the importance of reporting suspicious activity to law enforcement agencies as seemingly unimportant information could be the tip needed to break a major investigation deadlock.
While the debate rages over cyberwarfare -- what it means and whether we're fighting one -- it's clearly an issue with big implications for enterprise IT. We'll be joined by cybersecurity expert, author, and analyst Richard Stiennon to discuss the current cybersecurity landscape, the real impact of cyberwarfare, and what it all means for business technology professionals
Richard Kissel of the National Institute of Standards and Technology talks with host Todd Smith about cybersecurity strategy for small businesses. A webcast with Richard and other cybersecurity experts, along with his paper on tips for small businesses, is available at www.solutionsforsmallbusiness.com
Tony Sager is a highly renowned cyber security expert who was previously the, chief operating officer of the Information Assurance Directorate of the NSA. Now, he serves as a Director at the SANS Institute where he focuses on security standards, automation, as well as public-private partnerships.
We are excited to be spending some time with Tony today as he shares his insights into what agencies can do to better protect their networks.
The Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition (CCDC) provides institutions with an information assurance or computer security curriculum a controlled, competitive environment to assess their student's depth of understanding and operational competency in managing the challenges inherent in protecting a corporate network infrastructure and business information systems.
The Department of Homeland Security often plans a key role in these competitions, which grooms the next generation of cyber professionals.
Following is a podcast with Ed Rhyne, Program Manager for DHS’ Homeland Security Advanced Research Projects Agency (HSARPA) working within the Cyber Security Division in the Science and Technology Directorate (DHS S&T).
This month we will be featuring a series of interviews with various subject matter experts on future trends in the areas of cybersecurity, virtualization, cloud, mobility and collaboration.
Today we are speaking with Dale Wickizer, Public Sector CTO, NetApp, who will be discussing how government agencies can best secure their mobile workforces.
Welcome to our ongoing a series of interviews with various subject matter experts on future trends in the areas of cybersecurity, virtualization, cloud, mobility and collaboration.
Today, we have a very special podcast where we are speaking with a number of technologists and experts at Iron Bow on the topic of cloud computing.
Eric Oberhofer, Director, Data Center Practice, Iron Bow Technologies
Daniel Nowak, Principal Security Architect, Iron Bow Technologies
Todd Cowles, Virtualization Engineer at Iron Bow Technologies
Welcome to our ongoing a series of interviews with various subject matter experts on future trends in the areas of cybersecurity, virtualization, cloud, mobility and collaboration to gain key insights into the future of technology and government.
As part three of our three-part series, today we are speaking with Ryan Sobel, Director, Virtualization/Secure Mobility Solutions, at Iron Bow who discusses specialized and niche mobile security solutions for government.
Blue Coat Systems is a sponsor of the upcoming Mobile Work Exchange Spring 2013 Town Hall Meeting.
John Yun, Director of Product Marketing at Blue Coat Systems, will be speaking NIST about the unique security risks and mitigation strategies that all government professionals must understand as more mobile devices are introduced into agency networks.
Today, we are speaking with John further about his presentation.