26 Oct Conceal TV: Cybersecurity Expert Opinion
National security leaders on cyber threats and solutions. Brought to you by Conceal
– Steve Morgan, Editor-in-Chief
Sausalito, Calif. – Oct. 26, 2022
The Conceal TV channel features the top cybersecurity guest experts globally. This programming is brought to you by Conceal, a fast-growing company that is fundamentally changing the approach to cybersecurity by creating a platform where security practitioners can see the latest threat vectors and implement enterprise-wide solutions that comprehensively protect their organization. Don’t miss an episode. Tune in at ConcealTV.com.
The Past, Present and Future of Ransomware
Tom Quinn, VP & CISO at T. Rowe Price
In 2015, ransomware damages cost the world around $325 million. By 2025, Cybersecurity Ventures predicts that figure will rise to $265 billion. In this episode of Conceal TV, Tom Quinn, vice president and chief information security officer at T. Rowe Price, a top independent investment management firm, joins Gordon Lawson, CEO at Conceal, for a look back on ransomware, as well as the latest gangs and strains threatening organizations globally.
Partners Weaponize Businesses With Cybersecurity
Bob Meindl, CEO at Binary Defense
Binary Defense, a leading managed security service provider (MSSP), has teamed up with Conceal to stop ransomware and credential theft at companies of all sizes. It takes teamwork to weaponize small businesses and large enterprises with cybersecurity solutions and services that effectively stand up against today’s hostile cybercriminals and threats. The leaders of these two companies explain how it works.
Join Together In The Fight Against Cybercrime
Neal Pollard, Partner at EY
To defeat cybercriminals, we need collaboration between the public and private sector, and vendors and consulting organizations. Neal Pollard, partner at EY, and Gordon Lawson, CEO at Conceal, joined Steve Morgan, editor-in-chief at Cybercrime Magazine, for an enlightening discussion on this critical topic. Pollard, this month’s guest expert, is an adjunct professor at both Columbia University and Georgetown University, and he was previously the CISO at UBS.
Cybersecurity Talent Crunch: 3.5 Million Unfilled Jobs
Matt Burroughs, CISO at Novolex
Matt Burroughs wanted to be a chemist when he was young. Now he’s the chief information security officer at Hartsville, S.C.-based Novolex, a manufacturer of diverse packaging products for the foodservice, delivery and carryout, food processor and industrial markets. Novolex employs more than 10,000 people and has 57 locations across six countries. Burroughs recently joined Conceal’s CEO Gordon Lawson for a discussion on the cybersecurity worker shortage, and what can be done about it.
F100 CSO Talks Cybersecurity With Conceal
Paul Connelly, Chief Security Officer at HCA Healthcare
Paul Connelly was the first ever information security officer at The White House, a role he held for more than eight years serving under three presidents. Now he’s the chief security officer for HCA Healthcare, a Fortune 100 healthcare provider that serves tens of millions of patients a year. Connelly caught up with Gordon Lawson, CEO at Conceal, for an insightful discussion with Cybercrime Magazine. Aside from ransomware, Connelly and Lawson share their greatest worries for our nation’s healthcare providers.
State & Local Government Election Security
Theresa Payton, former CIO at The White House
A new report from Moody’s Investors Service examines the cyber threats to federal and local governments around the midterm elections and the corresponding credit risks. Theresa Payton, former CIO at The White House, author of the book “Manipulated: Inside the Cyberwar to Hijack Elections and Distort the Truth” and an advisor to Conceal, joins Gordon Lawson, CEO at Conceal, to unpack the report findings. According to Moody’s, at a state and local level, variation in the availability of resources and voting technologies results in differing levels of exposure to cybersecurity risks
What Star Trek Can Teach Us About Cybersecurity
Back to the future with Ron Gula
It may sound like a stretch, but Ron Gula is convinced there is a lot that the ’60s TV show Star Trek can teach us about cybersecurity. The series, and its multiple movie and TV spinoffs, is loaded with intelligent computer systems and hacks — five of which Gula has outlined in one of his regular blogs — but Gula’s favorite is the scene in Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan where the crew remotely access the hijacked starship Reliant and enter its combination code to lower its shields.
Is America Losing The Quantum Race With China?
A Conceal cybersecurity discussion
You may not have realized, but China has been outpacing America in the race to reach the next frontier of critical national security technology: quantum computing, according to a Newsweek opinion article by Theresa Payton, former CIO at The White House and an advisor to Conceal. In October, Chinese scientists unveiled the world’s fastest programmable quantum computer, a million times more powerful than Google’s most advanced supercomputer. Their technology can accomplish in one millisecond what would take a typical computer some 30 trillion years.
Admiral Rogers: Make It Harder For Cybercriminals
How businesses can defense themselves
Businesses and government bodies may have improved the way they collaborate to respond to cybersecurity incidents — but as cybercriminals continue to run rings around “ineffective” governments, a retired Navy admiral and former NSA head has warned that actually preventing breaches before the fact will require a different approach. “There are multiple actors that need to be involved” in stemming the rushing tide of cybercrime, former Navy Admiral Michael Rogers told Cybercrime Magazine, noting that businesses can only expect so much success from government diplomatic pressure.
Conceal: A New Approach To Cybersecurity
Gordon Lawson, CEO
Conceal provides a capability that protects people and critical assets against the most advanced threat actors in the world. We are fundamentally changing the approach to cybersecurity by creating a platform where security practitioners can see the latest threat vectors and implement enterprise-wide solutions that comprehensively protect their organization. With our Conceal platform, we take those core capabilities and evolve them into a commercially available product that incorporates intelligence-grade, Zero Trust technology to protect global companies — of all sizes — from malware and ransomware.
A special production from Knight Studios and Conceal
Ransom is a mini-series written and directed by Alissa Knight/Knight Studios in collaboration with Conceal leadership. The project was designed to create awareness around the escalation of threats, particularly ransomware, as well as educate those who work every day to protect their organizations from cyber threats and malicious web-based activity. Ransom chronicles the life of Widow, a female kingpin in the global underground of Ransomware-as-a-Service crime syndicates. It follows her group’s rise to power to establish itself as the new polar power in the global Ransomware economy.
– Steve Morgan is founder and Editor-in-Chief at Cybersecurity Ventures.
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Conceal provides a capability that protects people and critical assets against the most advanced threat actors in the world. We are fundamentally changing the approach to cybersecurity by creating a platform where security practitioners can see the latest threat vectors and implement enterprise-wide solutions that comprehensively protect their organization.
With our Conceal platform, we take those core capabilities and evolve them into a commercially available product that incorporates intelligence-grade, Zero Trust technology to protect global companies — of all sizes — from malware and ransomware.
Conceal is leading the fight to protect enterprises from cyber threats — if there is malware, we detect, defend and isolate it from users and the network.