Every day there seems to be a new security product on the market, with many of them claiming they provide something that you simply can’t live without. Companies appear and disappear, and businesses are faced with difficult, confusing, and often expensive choices. Listen here.
Gordon Corera is a journalist with the BBC, covering national security. His latest book is Cyber Spies – Surveillance, Hacking and Digital Espionage. In this extended version of an interview originally appearing on our November 23, 2016 podcast, Corera outlines the history of cybersecurity and the challenges we face looking ahead. Listen here
The US National Industrial Security Program (NISPOM) mandates measures companies must take to secure classified information. On May 18, 2016, the Department of Defense issued Change 2 to NISPOM, significant because it requires contractors (defined as any "industrial, educational, commercial, or other entity that has been granted a facility security clearance (FCL) by a Cognizant Security Agency") to implement an Insider Threat Program no later than November 30, 2016... Read more
Rogue One is the epic tale of a scrappy group of rebels and their daring mission to steal the plans for the Death Star. Given what we know about cyber security, we couldn't help wondering if perhaps it might have actually happened in a different way. Watch it here.