Looking Back at December’s To The Point Cybersecurity Podcast Episodes
In December, To The Point Cybersecurity podcast featured discussions with government cyber leaders on topics like security in the cloud, the quarantine marathon, the Sunburst breach and 2021 government cybersecurity predictions.
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We welcome you to listen (or to watch) specific episodes, or better yet, to subscribe to our podcast. Here's a quick summary of the podcasts we had in December.
Ross Young shares his journey when he first discovered he wanted a career in cyber, to his exciting "pirate" days at the CIA as a financial CISO. He reveals the top three things that’ll make the biggest impact on your organization's cybersecurity and his top cybersecurity read.
Trish Cagliostro, Head of Business Development for Security of Worldwide Public Sector for Security Services at Amazon Web Services (AWS). She explains how really secure Cloud security is and how threat intelligence factors in and her Cloud wish for the future.
Shortly after the US went into COVID 19 Quarantine Dave McDonald, Navy Telecommunications, Information Technology and Cyber Operations joined us to discuss what we have learned from the COVID19 crisis and how it will better prepare us for future crisis. 8 months later we touch base.
Dmitri Alperovitch, Co-Founder and former CTO of CrowdStrike, joins us to discuss recent breaches in over 18,000 organizations, known by many names: Sunburst, Solorgate, Dark Halo, UNC2452. Dmitri is a renowned computer security visionary and has served as a special advisor to the Department of Defense. He revealed Russian intelligence agencies’ hacking of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and brought to light Operation Aurora—the greatest transfer of wealth in history.
We review 2020's top government cybersecurity trends, starting with Cozy Bear. We then look forward to what we think the big trends for 2021 will be with Mike Gruss, Executive Editor, Defense News, and C4ISRNETand Phil Goldstein Sr. editor for FedTech and StateTech.