Data Breach Today Podcast

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Exclusive, insightful audio interviews by our staff with data breach/security leading practitioners and thought-leaders

Episodios

  • A CIO Calls for Security Vigilance

    03/12/2010

    Community hospitals must become more vigilant about information security, especially as they apply for federal electronic health records incentive payments, says Chuck Christian, CIO at Good Samaritan Hospital in Vincennes, Ind.

  • WikiLeaks: "It's a Major Wake-up Call"

    01/12/2010

    The recent WikiLeaks release of thousands of sensitive government documents puts security leaders on notice: The breach threat is real, and no organization is immune.

  • GRC Agenda for 2011

    23/11/2010

    SAP's Norman Marks: Governance, risk, compliance can improve business.

  • How to Build a Culture of Privacy

    19/11/2010

    Staff training, aggressive breach prevention efforts and strong sanctions for violating policies are key to creating a corporate culture that values privacy and security, says Alan Dowling, the new CEO of the American Health Information Management Association.

  • Incident Response Career Trends

    05/11/2010

    Information security incidents are more sophisticated - and so are the criminals who perpetrate them. This raises the bar for professionals seeking careers in incident response in 2011.

  • Incident Response Trends for 2011

    03/11/2010

    Georgia Killcrece: It's how you manage a security incident that counts.

  • ID Theft: Mass. Man Shares Story

    25/10/2010

    The first in a series of new interviews with the real victims of identity theft. Hear their stories, their struggles and their lessons learned.

  • Physical, Logical Security Convergence

    07/10/2010

    Ron Lander explains why convergence remains such a challenge.

  • Assessing Security Incidents

    30/09/2010

    Healthcare organizations need to improve the methods they use to objectively assess the severity of a security incident and whether it should be reported, says David Parks, a privacy officer and attorney.

  • Managing Business Associates

    29/09/2010

    When it comes to managing relationships with business associates to help with HITECH Act compliance, healthcare organizations could learn some lessons from the banking industry.

  • A Breach Prevention Checklist

    26/08/2010

    Interview with Christopher Hourihan, manager, development and programs, Health Information Trust Alliance

  • Breach Prevention, Notification Insights

    18/08/2010

    Interview with Kathryn Roe of The Health Law Consultancy

  • Compliance: 'I Might Get Breached, But I Will Get Fined'

    30/07/2010

    Interview with Tim Harvey, CEO of Perimeter E-Security, on Balancing Security and Compliance

  • Living with IT Security Breaches

    29/07/2010

    Former NSA CIO Preston Winter on Defending Penetrations from Within

  • 2010 Verizon Data Breach Report: Insiders are #1 Threat

    27/07/2010

    Investigator Wade Baker on why insider crimes are up - where and how they're occurring.

  • Heartland's Bob Carr on Leadership in a Crisis

    20/07/2010

    CEO of Heartland Payment Systems discusses lessons learned from the biggest data breach in history.

  • Digital Forensics - Careers Tips from Rob Lee of SANS Institute

    05/02/2010

    Increasingly, digital forensics is an important element of an information security program for organizations of all types and sizes. But where can security leaders find qualified forensics professionals? How can these professionals obtain the skills and expertise they need to be successful? Rob Lee of Mandiant and SANS Institute discusses forensics careers, focusing on: Hot trends of 2010; Questions hiring managers must ask; Growth opportunities for qualified pros. Lee, a director with Mandiant and curriculum lead for digital forensic training at SANS Institute, has more than 13 years experience in computer forensics, vulnerability and exploit discovery, intrusion detection/prevention, and incident response. Rob graduated from the U.S. Air Force Academy and served in the U.S. Air Force as a founding member of the 609th Information Warfare Squadron, the first U.S. military operational unit focused on Information Operations. Later, he was a member of the Air Force Office of Special Investigations where he

  • Digital Forensics: Great Need, New Careers - Rob Lee, SANS Institute

    02/09/2009

    Information security requirements and challenges change on a daily basis - and with them come growing opportunities for individuals with skills in digital forensics. Rob Lee, a director with Mandiant and curriculum lead for digital forensic training at SANS Institute, discusses: the growing need for digital forensics skills; today's top challenges and how organizations are tackling them; career prospects for individuals in digital forensics. Lee has more than 13 years experience in computer forensics, vulnerability and exploit discovery, intrusion detection/prevention, and incident response. Rob graduated from the U.S. Air Force Academy and served in the U.S. Air Force as a founding member of the 609th Information Warfare Squadron, the first U.S. military operational unit focused on Information Operations. Later, he was a member of the Air Force Office of Special Investigations where he conducted computer crime investigations, incident response, and computer forensics. Prior to joining MANDIANT, he dir

  • Wounded Warriors: Digital Forensics Training for Veterans

    18/08/2009

    Interview with Dr. David Dampier on Mississippi State's Unique Program Mississippi State University's 'Wounded Warriors' program is all about providing digital forensics training for soldiers and sailors transitioning home from Iraq, Afghanistan and elsewhere in the world. In an exclusive interview, Dr. David Dampier, associate professor in the university's department of computer science and engineering - and an Army veteran - discusses: Details of the 'Wounded Warriors' program; Job prospects for returning veterans; How this program has impacted other training opportunities at Mississippi State. Dampier is an Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering and serves as the Director of the National Forensics Training Center at Mississippi State University. The NFTC is a USDOJ-funded center that provides law enforcement officers free training in digital forensics. He is a retired Army officer with over 20 years of service. His research interests are in digital forensics and sof

  • The Need for Forensics - Interview with Keith Barger of KPMG

    04/08/2009

    With the heightened focus on cybersecurity - and increased incidents of insider crimes - the digital forensics practice has also gained a higher profile in both the private and public sectors. Keith Barger, a forensics veteran, currently serves as a director in KPMG's forensics practice in Houston, TX. In an exclusive interview, Barger discusses: Myths and realities about forensics; How businesses and government agencies are employing forensics today; Tips on where your organization can acquire forensics skills. Barger joined KPMG in 2006 after six years as a Special Agent and Digital Forensics and e-Discovery Western Regional Coordinator and Project Manager with the Department of Justice, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF). Keith has extensive experience with e-Discovery, the Amended Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, digital forensic investigations, forensic methodologies, computer evidence recovery, and data analysis. Barger specializes in electronic data discovery, data

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