Inventor Guglielmo Marconi, a key contributor to wireless telegraphy, did not want to engage with anyone who criticized his wireless telegraph technology, and he believed it to be completely secure. But in 1903, magician Nevil Maskelyn hacked a wireless telegraph communication. And while the communication methods and technology has changed since then, there are several lessons cybersecurity professionals can learn from Marconi and Maskelyn. Share your thoughts on the ISACA Podcast here: https://www.research.net/r/9GR6F2D
Red team exercises can help enterprises find and address their weaknesses. Unfortunately, the cybersecurity skills gap extends to red teams and blue teams. In this podcast, Frank Downs and Dustin Brewer discuss why red teaming, in conjunction with blue teaming, is a valuable tool for cybersecurity, and they also discuss some of the causes of and solutions to the skills gap. Provide your feedback on the ISACA Podcast here: https://www.research.net/r/9GR6F2D
The technology landscape of the 2020s is sure to include some sweeping changes. What impact might the rise of more digital natives to leadership roles within their organizations have on how organizations explore and deploy technology? On this episode of the ISACA Podcast's 50th Anniversary Series, guest Alicja Foksinska offers her perspective.
Understanding an organization’s culture is essential when building a cybersecurity program. But how can security professionals learn about the culture, and how should that drive security programs? In this podcast, we discuss how to build a strong cybersecurity culture, how to leverage the organization’s culture when developing security initiatives and strategies to overcome impediments to a cyberculture.
Complex interdependencies in the supply chain and elsewhere can make assessing risk difficult, particularly when it comes to protecting critical infrastructure. In this episode of the ISACA Podcast, guest Charlie Harry provides his perspective on how governments and organizations can overcome these challenges.
To tackle the complex challenges of the cyberlandscape, strong leaders are needed. But what makes someone a leader, and what should be expected of leaders? In this podcast, Matt Doan discusses how to be a leader, why more cyberleaders are necessary and why it’s beneficial to think of cybersecurity in an ecosystem context. Share your thoughts on the podcast here https://www.research.net/r/9GR6F2D
An unsophisticated attack on industrial control systems can halt the operations of manufacturing plants, resulting in lost revenue and reputational harm. But a few simple steps can help organizations prevent attacks from happening and recover quickly when they do occur. In this podcast, we discuss the steps organizations can take to secure their operations. Share your opinions about the ISACA Podcast here: https://www.research.net/r/9GR6F2D
Many organizations are intimidated by the dark web or don't think they have the needed expertise to counter security threats that originate there. In this episode of the ISACA Podcast, recorded from the Infosecurity-ISACA North America Expo and Conference, conference presenter Alex Holden makes the case for why organizations need to prioritize understanding the dark web, and explains how they can go about doing it.
Computer-assisted audit tools can help auditors improve testing and more efficiently deal with the barrage of data being created these days. Infosecurity-ISACA North America Expo and Conference presenter Rochelle Vargas discusses why she considers these tools to be game-changers for auditors.
Learning and certification have been at the heart of ISACA's 50-year history, but many of the ways in which technology professionals have pursued industry expertise have changed with the times. Guest Allan Boardman provides his perspective on what has changed and what has stayed constant for learners in ISACA's professional community.