The Cybersecurity Institute Podcast, by Entrust

The Cybersecurity Institute Podcast by Entrust lets IT and business leaders listen in on smart cybersecurity conversations on what you need to know to protect, adapt and grow your enterprise. Episodes feature Entrust experts and guests speaking to topics ranging from ransomware and nation-state threats to unique perspectives on multi-cloud, zero trust, securing the supply chain, prioritizing infosec investments, decentralized identity, and more

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Episodes

2 days ago

Has artificial intelligence (AI) finally arrived in software development? What are the implications for cybersecurity and the way organizations do business today? Join our host Ken Kadet as he discusses the future of AI with leaders in software development at Entrust who provide their insights on the present state of and future potential uses of AI.

2023 Predictions

Tuesday Dec 06, 2022

Tuesday Dec 06, 2022

The cybersecurity arms race is accelerating. That’s the clear lesson of 2022 for those of us committed to protecting organizations from the perils of cyberattacks. But what about the year to come? Join our host Ken Kadet as he speaks to the experts to find out their predictions for cybersecurity in 2023.

Protect vs Detect

Tuesday Jun 07, 2022

Tuesday Jun 07, 2022

Every time you see a big cybersecurity crisis or incident -- like Colonial Pipeline, Solar Winds, log4j -- leaders and Boards rush out to invest more in monitoring and detection technologies … but are we neglecting the “roads and bridges” of data protection and access management? Why do investments in cryptography infrastructure and access and policy management that protect your organization and data remain a harder sell? Entrust CIO Anudeep Parhar and Dr. Pali Surdhar, Director of Product Security share their unique perspectives – and why enterprises must make the shift from rewarding the cybersecurity hero that saves the day to celebrating “no news is good news”. 
Background reading for this episode: 
Wired: A Year After the SolarWinds Hack, Supply Chain Threats Still Loom
ZDNet: Ransomware: Hackers are using Log4j flaw as part of their attacks, warns Microsoft
Forbes: Let Customers Know Their Data Is Safe: Cybersecurity As A Marketing Tool

Tuesday May 10, 2022

There’s no bigger story right now than the Russian war in Ukraine. And without putting aside the daily human tragedy … it’s also a cyberwar…one that could have far-reaching implications for enterprises and governments around the world. Entrust CIO Anudeep Parhar and CISO Mark Ruchie to talk about what’s happening, where we are today, and how you can help make your organization resilient in the face of attacks.
SC Magazine: Microsoft details rampant cyber warfare corresponding to Russian invasion
CISA’s Shield Up page
New York Times: U.S. Says It Secretly Removed Malware Worldwide, Pre-empting Russian Cyberattacks
Florida International University: How Ukraine has defended itself against cyberattacks – lessons for the US
The Free Press Journal: Russia-Ukraine conflict: 3 major types of cyber attacks detected so far

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