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S3, E114 - Data Breach Bullseye Part 1
S3, E114 - Data Breach Bullseye Part 1
This week on Privacy Please, we dive into our three-part heavy hitter series of data breaches and start with the number one most vulnerable industry, healthcare.
S3, E113 - Are You Serious About Turning Data Into a Strategic Asset?
In this week's episode of Privacy Please, we dive into the next generation of data classification.
May 11 2022
S3, E112 - Jad Boutros, co-founder and CEO of TerraTrue (Former Snapchat CSO)
This week on Privacy Please, we welcome, Mr. Jad Boutros, co-founder, and CEO of TerraTrue (Former Snapchat CSO).
May 6 2022
1 hr 13 mins
S3, E111 - Steve Ginty, Director of Threat Intelligence at RiskIQ
This week on Privacy Please, we have the pleasure of speaking with Steve Ginty, the director of threat intelligence at RiskIQ! We talk about his story, security, privacy and convenience across corporations and organizations, and much more!
Apr 27 2022
S3, E110 - This Week In Security and Privacy
This week on Privacy Please we cover some of the top stories in the security and privacy world.
Apr 20 2022
S3, E109 - This Week In Privacy News
This week on Privacy Please, we cover a few different topics in the world of Privacy.
Apr 13 2022
S3, E108 - Jaeyoon Chung – Founder at Myota
This week on Privacy Please, we have the pleasure of speaking with the founder of Myota, Mr. Jaeyoon Chung. We discuss and learn about Jaeyoon's background, protecting confidentiality, availability, and integrity of data, which is still believed to be the core tenants of security and privacy. We also dive into what is ongoing in Ukraine and much more!
Apr 6 2022
1 hr 7 mins
S3, E107 - Chris Hansen Part 2
This week on Privacy Please, we are thrilled to have Chris Hansen back on the show for Part 2. Main topics: The unique situation ongoing in Ukraine and the effects around the worldMany different ways and reasons for diversifying your resource poolReplatforming with privacy engineering in mindCurrent Privacy/security trends affected by the current world state
Mar 30 2022
S3, E106 - Microsoft and Okta Breach, Statement from President Biden on Cybersecurity
This week on Privacy Please, we dive into a few different cybersecurity news topics surrounding a big name breach in Microsoft and Okta as well a statement from president Biden on the state of our Cybersecurity during these very difficult times. https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/statements-releases/2022/03/21/statement-by-president-biden-on-our-nations-cybersecurity/https://thehackernews.com/2022/03/lapsus-hackers-claim-to-have-breached.html
Mar 24 2022
S3, E105 - Russia’s Ongoing Cyberattacks in Ukraine and the Future of Cyber Warfare
This week on Privacy Please, we talk about Russia's ongoing cyberattacks in Ukraine and what this could mean for the future. We also, speak on the types of cyberattacks, and we can do right now to help.
Mar 16 2022
S3, E104 - Web3 is coming, and here's the potential threat is poses
This week on Privacy Please, we talk about Web3 and the potential threat it presents us. It is key for us to get ahead start thinking about privacy in a different way. "Data will be decentralized, making it less clear who's responsible for securing it" - Raj Patel "Be Curious, not judgemental" - Ted Lasso
Mar 9 2022
S3, E103 - Short Stories - Russia's Sandworm Hackers Have Built a Botnet of Firewalls
This week on Privacy Please, we go into a great article that talks about western intelligence services raising alarms about Cyclops Blink, the latest tool at the notorious group’s disposal.Author Credit - Andy Greenberg at Wired
Mar 2 2022
S3, E102 - Curtis Preston, Chief Technical Evangelist at Druva
This week on Privacy Please, we welcome Mr. Backup himself, Curtis Preston! Curtis is an expert in backup & recovery systems; a space he has been working in since 1993. He has written four books on the subject and is the Chief Technical Evangelist at Druva!He is also the host of the Restore it All podcast, and the founder and webmaster of backupcentral.com, a website dedicated to backup and recovery. Main Topics: The many intricacies of data backup, disaster recovery, and long-term storage.Using a SaaS service for data protection and resilience.and much more!
Feb 23 2022
1 hr 3 mins
S3, E101 - Christopher Hansen, SVP, Communication, Media and Technology
This week on Privacy Please, we recorded a special episode on Privacy day (January 28th) with our fantastic guest and new friend, Christopher Hansen, SVP, Communication, Media and Technology Portfolio at 3Pillar Global. Main Topics: We talk about his background and how he got into this industry, the death of the cookie, and how COVID has rapidly increased innovation among tech companies.
Feb 16 2022
S3, E100 - Todd Feinman, Founder, Board of Directors at Spirion - Part 1
This week on Privacy Please, we are honored to have a very special guest on for celebrating our 100th episode!!! Mr. Todd Feinman, the Founder of Spirion (FKA, Identity Finder) joins the show to tell us his story, why he and his Partner had this vision almost two decades ago, data privacy and security predictions, and much more!
Feb 10 2022
S3, E99.5 - Breaking News - 1 in 7 Ransomware Extortion Attacks Exposes OT Data
This week on Privacy Please, we dive into a few articles on ransomware extortion attacks that expose OT data. The Analysis of "shaming site" data dumps found sensitive documentation from OT organizations, including oil and gas.Mandiant Report - https://www.mandiant.com/resources/ransomware-extortion-ot-docs
Feb 2 2022
S3, E99 - Erik Rind, Founder & CEO at ImagineBC
This week on Privacy Please we have Mr. Erik Rind, Founder & CEO at ImagineBC! We learn about Erik's story, why he created this very fascinating company ImagineBC, which aims to be for blockchain technology what “You’ve got mail” was for the Internet. We also talk AI Driven Robotics, Machine Learning, Privacy, Meta (Facebook) Virtual reality, and much more!
Jan 26 2022
1 hr 2 mins
S3, E98 - Kelly Finnerty Part 2 - Privacy Protection Extension
This week on Privacy Please, we bring back on the fantastic Kelly Finnerty from Start Page for part 2 and she brings big news, real talk and belly laughs. Introducing Startpage Privacy Protection Extension, protecting you from cookies and trackers across the web. This thing works beautifully! Check out the link below and go download now! https://www.startpage.com/privacy-please/startpage-articles/easy-privacy-control-across-the-internet-introducing-startpage-privacy-protection
Jan 19 2022
S3, E97 - [Short Stories] Capital One Breach Highlights Dangers of Insider Threats
This week on Privacy Please - Short Stories, we talk about the Capital One breach and how it highlights the dangers of insider threats. "Incidents show how difficult it is to defend against determined and knowledgeable hackers."Author credit: James Rundle and Catherine Stupp
Jan 12 2022
S3, E96 - [Short Stories] How SolarWinds pushed through its darkest hour - Part 1
This week on Privacy Please, we enter 2022 with a brand new season (S3) and we also present a brand new series called PP Short Stories.SolarWinds CEO, Sudhakar Ramakrishna explains to Computer Weekly (Credit for their interview) just how focused he was on transparency which helped the company get safely through a cyber breach. Author credit: Alex Scroxton, Security Editor
Jan 5 2022