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Eward Driehuis Poses the Question: Did the WannaCry Cybercriminals Bite Off More Than They Can Chew?
Eward Driehuis, Chief Research Officer at SecureLink and IT veteran of over 20 years, chats with ITSPmagazine's Sean Martin to provide a European perspective into the WannaCry ransomware outbreak. Did the cybercriminals bite off more than they can chew? Have they created a larger mess than they'd like, attracting law enforcement from all over the world? In any case, there's no denying the impact is huge - so what can your company do to protect itself? Find out more in this riveting interview.
Jeremiah Grossman shares his personal advice about living - and even dying - at the intersection of IT Security & Society.
Jeremiah Grossman, Chief of Security Strategy at SentinelOne, talks with Sean Martin from ITSPmagazine about living our lives securely - and passing on securely - as the digital world continues to evolve. Get Jeremiah's personal tips on home network security, password management, and more, in this exclusive ITSPmagazine An InfoSec Life interview. If you've never heard of someone getting "chipped".... tune in here to learn more.
Rouman Ebrahim describes some cybercrime trends he sees as deputy district attorney for LA County
As deputy district attorney in the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office - Cyber Crime Division, Rouman Ebrahim sees a lot of cybercrime. In this interview with ITSPmagazine's Sean Martin, Ebrahim describes some of the trends he sees. Here are a few examples he covers during the interview:
- Former street gang members are moving into cybercrime - it appears to be a very lucrative business.
- The DA's office is seeing a lot of "credit line bust out” cases and combination cases involving identity theft and fuel theft; delays in regulatory compliance at fuel stations coupled with advancements in technology makes these crimes easier for criminals to commit.
- When is the only time you should use your debit card? Ebrahim shares his advice plus offers some other tips to help protect your identity, credit line, and your ability to access your cash.
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We all know about the lack of diversity in the technology industry. Lately, everybody’s been talking about it, but who is actually walking the talk?
On our Diverse IT podcast, you'll find a wide variety of IT and InfoSec professionals sharing their experience, knowledge and, most importantly, inspiration to help truly advance diversity in cybersecurity and technology.
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An InfoSec Life | An ITSPmagazine Column
In the this ITSPmagazine column, An InfoSec Life, we take things deeper, exploring the intersection of society and technology. Here you'll find InfoSec professionals explaining how they view the work they do, how it impacts humanity, and vice versa. The mission of the column is to humanize the technology and processes that IT security professionals employ as they have devoted their livelihoods to protecting the world’s systems and information.
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In this ITSPmagazine section, Their Story, you'll find companies in the InfoSec and CyberSecurity community explaining how they view the work they do, what they bring to the table to help protect our privacy & security, and how what they do impacts our society, and vice versa.
The Academy | An ITSPmagazine Column
In ITSPmagazine’s column, The Academy, we feature stories by cutting-edge IT educators, leading industry experts, and students who will offer insights to those seeking to navigate the mercurial field of cybersecurity.
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