Are you struggling to get your company to invest in your cyber security priorities? When you try to talk about security with your colleagues, do their eyes glaze over? Listen to this episode to find out how to use proven strategies to finally get heard and get buy-in.
Security Economy Episode 8: Behind the Scenes on Contact Tracing & Privacy Implications with Dr. Anna Lysyanskaya
Hear from Dr. Anna Lysyanskaya, a renowned cryptographer and professor at Brown University. Anna has worked directly with Google and Apple on how to use bluetooth low energy in our cell phones to enable privacy preserving contact tracing at scale for COVID-19.
Why is a computer virus called a "virus"? Computers get sick and need to be quarantined and disinfected. These terms sound a lot like terms we apply to humans who are ill. In this episode, I explore how malware mimics a pandemic with Gabrielle Hempel.
Security Economy Episode 5: Don't Trust Your Gut. Cyber Security & Behavioral Economics with Dr. Gleb Tsipursky
In this episode Katelyn Ilkani interviews Dr. Gleb Tsipursky, a behavioral economist, and disaster avoidance expert. Gleb is going to share with us why trusting your gut is actually usually the wrong choice, and how all of this applies to cyber security decisions in particular.