An InfoSec Life
We can all agree that technology has had a tremendous impact on our society and our everyday lives. Most of the time, we find it has made our lives easier; sometimes, however, not so much. The average tech consumer does not know how their gadget works nor what it takes to bring them the digital experience they've grown to expect. What matters to most is that their "things" are easy to use, convenient, efficient, and, more recently, ‘secure’.
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IT security is what we discuss here on ITSPmagazine - it is what we care about. However, we don't care for the sake of security itself; there are plenty of great publications that speak to those details. Rather, what we dearly care about is the synergistic relationship between InfoSec and our daily lives.
With 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 technology changes the way they live, 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. We’ll find out what keeps them up at night, and how they tackle new challenges on a daily basis. What drives them to impact society through technology? It's all here in An InfoSec Life.
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.
John Pendleton, Core Security, chats about being Cyber-Aware and the need for early Cyber Education
John Pendleton, Regional Sales Director, Core Security, chats with ITSPmagazine's editor-in-chief, Sean Martin. Here are a few points discussed during the conversation:
- The Internet of things and connected device risk
- Privacy concerns for society's willingness to share personal information
- The need to embrace diversity and promote education and cyberawareness, early and often
- Is a lack of funding putting small businesses at cybersecurity risk? Can the community help?
- The value of ISSA local meeting and other community-oriented associations