In this extended interview, Simone Petrella sits down with Chris Krebs of the Krebs Stamos Group at the mWISE 2023 Cybersecurity Conference to discuss threat intelligence.
In this extended interview, Dave Bittner sits down with Natasha Eastman from the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), Bill Newhouse from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), and Troy Lange from the National Security Agency (NSA) to discuss their their recent joint advisory on post-quantum readiness and how to prepare for post-quantum cryptography.
Rick Howard, N2K’s CSO and The CyberWire’s Chief Analyst and Senior Fellow, sits down with Director of the National Cryptologic Museum, Dr. Vince Houghton. The National Cryptologic Museum is the NSA's affiliated museum sharing the nation's best cryptologic secrets with the public. In this special episode, Rick interviews Dr. Houghton from within the walls of the National Cryptologic Museum, discussing the new and improved museum along with the new exhibits they uncovered during the pandemic.
Earlier this month, the White House released the National Cybersecurity Strategy, the first issued since 2018. The strategy refocuses roles, responsibilities, and resource allocations in the digital ecosystem, with a five pillar approach. Those pillars are: defending critical infrastructure, disrupting threat actors, shaping market forces to drive security and resilience, investing in a resilient future, and forging international partnerships. We wanted to delve into the strategy and its intended effects further, so Dave Bittner spoke with representatives from industry and inside government. Dave first speaks with Adam Isles, Principal and Head of Cybersecurity Practice at The Chertoff Group, sharing industry's take on the strategy. Following that conversation, Dave had a discussion with Steve Kelly, Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Cybersecurity and Emerging Technology at the National Security Council, for a look at the strategy from inside the White House.
CyberWire Daily podcast host Dave Bittner is joined by CyberWire editor John Petrik for an extended discussion about the Russian invasion of Ukraine and its effect on cybersecurity at the one year anniversary. John and his team have covered the Ukrainian conflict with daily news stories since the invasion began, and in fact, had quite a lot of coverage prior to the invasion. They take stock of where things stand, what has happened, and what we expected versus reality.