RSA Conference

RSA Conference
By RSA Conference
About this podcast
Information is power. And wherever there’s power, there are people looking to steal it. But that’s also where you’ll find us. We’re RSA Conference. And we’re here to stand against cyberthreats around the world.

That means being here for you. Connecting you with the people and insights that will empower you to stay ahead of cyberthreats. We do this through our online outreach and with our events around the globe. And we make a great host, if we do say so ourselves.

Some say it’s impossible to stay ahead of cybersecurity threats. We disagree. We’ll always be here as your go-to resource for exchanging ideas, learning the latest trends and finding the solutions for a more secure tomorrow.
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Jan. 26, 2018
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Jan. 16, 2018
It's never good news when potential security exploits are detected. But when they work on all personal computers, mobile devices and cloud infrastructure dating back to 1995? That creates a problem on a whole new order of magnitude. In this episode, we'll be talking with the researcher who discovered one of these critical bugs—Spectre—and who also has in-depth knowledge of its partner in crime, aka Meltdown. Some of the topics that we cover include: •How did these vulnerabilities happen, and why were they not detected sooner? •Did the rush to bring technology to market play a role in allowing these exploits to slip through the cracks? •What are the main concerns to look out for--both as an individual and as a CISO?
Dec. 14, 2017
The holiday season is upon us. And our gift to you? An insider look at the potential threats and countering strategies that could have the greatest impact, for better or worse, in 2018. In this year-end episode, we talk with two cybersecurity luminaries who weigh in on the latest trends as part of a word game. Sound too fun to be enlightening? We promise you’ll learn as much as you’ll laugh. Some of the topics that we cover include: •Does threat intelligence sharing have a future now that IOCs are no longer relevant? •Will NetPetya—a new class of attack that allowed only seven seconds to respond—be replicated? •Does the closing of blue chip companies due to data breaches indicate that cyberthreats have reached a new level of destruction?
Nov. 14, 2017
People, process, and technology. It’s an interlocked trio that’s vital to most organizations today. And when there’s a shift in security operations or strategy, all three will feel the jolt. In this episode, we’ll be talking with two guest speakers who draw on their firsthand experiences to share must-do and avoid-at-all-costs security operations and strategy advice. Some of the topics that we’ll cover include: •Skills that are most needed for today’s security operations and analyst roles •Differentiating between product security and IT security •How to adapt security operations and architecture for public cloud deployments
Oct. 19, 2017
Big numbers have a way of getting our attention. And in the case of recent data breaches, they’re eye-poppingly notable. According to Gemalto, 1.9 billion data records were exposed in the first half of 2017—which equates to 122 records exposed every second in breaches worldwide. In this episode, we’ll be talking with two guest speakers whose cybersafety sessions drew some of the highest scores at RSA Conference 2017. Some of the topics that we’ll cover include: •Are data breaches getting worse, and if so, why? •How do you best measure security awareness? •What role does positive incentives for employees play in keeping data safe?
Oct. 9, 2017
What’s the good, the bad and the future of the increasingly close relationship between technology and security? Find out as Ben Jun, CEO, HVF Labs, and Ed Amoroso, CEO, TAG Cyber, share the latest insights into the technology development process.
Sept. 22, 2017
What exactly happened? And how can you best protect yourself? Get answers to these questions and more as Lance Spitzner, Director at SANS Securing the Human, weighs in on the data breach affecting 143 million Equifax users
Aug. 28, 2017
You know “Must See TV”? Well, this is a must-hear podcast. This episode is focused on professional development, and we’ll be talking with two guest speakers who have very different backgrounds but share a strong commitment to growing the infosec profession. Some of the topics that we’ll cover include: •How we can help develop future cybersecurity aspirants to fill in the current worker-shortage gaps, knowing that purple unicorns remain elusive •How cybersecurity as a profession has changed over the past 10 years, and what to expect moving forward •How contributing to the community and giving back helps shape and enhance your professional development
Aug. 7, 2017
Our first episode focuses on policy and government regulations in information security, including: •How the Cybersecurity Framework (CSF) is holding up against the recent wave of attacks •Strategies for keeping up with regulatory CSF changes •Positive and negative aspects of government involvement in cybersecurity
March 8, 2017
There are more chips being made then there are people on the planet now, Paul Kocher, President and Chief Scientist of the Cryptography Research Division of Rambus, tells RSA CTO Zulfikar Ramzan in this StoryCorps @ RSAC podcast. Technology evolves so quickly that we don’t even know what challenges and threats we may face from what we’re developing now. “To me information security has to co-evolve with the development of information technology,” Ramzan says. “To me this is part of a longer journey with many, many interesting factors.” How can we always keep our eye on the horizon and make sure we are implementing the fundamentals? Where do the challenges of the future lurk, and where can we find inspiration and optimism in the face of adversity? You can hear more of their conversation here.