We hear all to often about mass shootings or something that puts ordinary people in danger. But what do you know that could actually save your life? Military Care Practitioner James Willimas Joins the conversation following the NCY terror bombing attempt.
Bitcoin is pretty well known in the technology world and is beginning to become equally as know outside of technology. But the underlying technology behind it is capable of so much more. And pioneering in Blockchain is the newest wave in innovation. Samatha Radocchia Of Chronicled.com Joins the conversation.
Diversity is a buzzword people are tossing around pretty freely these days. But I've always thought it was a bit limiting in how its being approached. But CA-Cyberhub.org seems to have it figured out. That its about the person's experience not their color or gender. Donna Woods of CA-cyberhub.org joins the conversation.
Fake news and hackers aren't something you hear together a lot. But, when the conversation is about Malvertising its hard not to see that the solutions to both problems are very similar Chris Olson of The Media Trust Joins the conversation Themediatrust.com
Cybersecurity is the fastest growing industry in the world right now. And with that growth comes some growing pains. But what does the future actually hold? Edgard Capdevielle, CEO of Nozomi Networks joins the conversation.
Yet another shooting has sparked a gun debate. But the issue isn't a new one. People aren't taking the time to care about people. And its the root of so many issues in the world. We can fix it and apply that to so many places. Greg Singleton of CPReentryNC.org joins the conversation.
We all have heard hundreds of reasons why companies and people choose not to update or patch their systems. And many of the reasons are valid. But in order to make any progress in securing our future as tech users and producers we have to start weighing the real risks. Justing Jett of Plixer.com joins the conversation.
I took a detour during the election coverage to talk about the missing elements in cybersecurity. And during a conversation with Ed Bellis of Kenna Security we took the conversation down the road of whats missing and how we can tap into some hidden resources in the Cybersecurity Community. https://www.kennasecurity.com/
You cant go a day without hearing about some sort of breach. And companies all over are feeling the pressure to do ore in cybersecurity. But how much is enough and how do you quantify the unpredictable? Rob Arnold of ThreatSketch joins the conversation and gives some insight with his new book: Cybersecurity: A Business Solution https://threatsketch.com/book/
There is a hiring gap in cybersecurity. And not a day goes by that someone says "if you want a job in cybersecurity you can have one". But, is that really the case? With an army of experts all over the world, why is it so hard to fill the gap? Could it be because people are looking for the wrong results? Mike Morris of TopCoder.com joins the conversation.
Krack highlights a few scary possibilities. And if we don't act fast we may be waiting a long time for manufactures to come up with solutions. But just how are we finding these vulnerabilities? Chris Gerritz of Infocyte joins the conversation on threat hunting.
Wrapping up the last of the local elections interviews. One of the hot topics during the election was what resources the New Bern Police Department did and did not have. Chief of police Toussaint E Summers Jr. joins the conversation.
Billions are spent on cybersecurity each year. And that number is only expected to go up. But is measuring it that way the problem or the symptom. Cybersecurity attorney David Willson Joins the conversation. https://www.linkedin.com/in/davidlwillson/
History has a funny way of motivating you. When we look back on things we've always wanted its often the one with the strongest motivating factors that push us forward. Bernard White, joins the conversation on his run for ward 5