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We know it can be challenging to secure your business, especially when you have limited time. The Get Cyber Resilient Show, brought to you by Mimecast, is the perfect way to stay up-to-date with the latest cyber developments across Australia and New Zealand. From cyber security to cyber awareness, your hosts Daniel McDermott and Garrett O'Hara will bring you insights and real stories from IT and Security Leaders, just like you. Don’t get angry at downtime and data breaches, Get Cyber Resilient!
 
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This week we are joined by Emily Edgeley, an infosec analyst and manager turned public speaking coach. We tap into Emily’s expertise on story telling, why it’s important, how it works with specific examples for cyber. We then pivot into powerful presentations (something key for any CISO needing to get board buy in) including common presentation mis…
 
Expert opinions and insights on the biggest events making cybersecurity headlines this past fortnight. In this episode we discuss 'Operation First Light 2022' which resulted in thousands of arrests and millions of dollars seized in a global takedown, we talk tax-time and the latest trends in this ongoing cyber challenge, discuss rules to mitigate '…
 
In our second Women in Cyber episode, Amy is back on the show and joined by Susie Jones CEO and Co-founder of Cynch Security, and Kistin Gunnis Operations Manager and Executive Mentor and Coach with Business in Heels. Amy, Susie and Kistin discuss the ongoing issue of the gender pay gap and quotas, they talk about the importance of International Wo…
 
Geoff White, speaker, investigative journalist, author of The Lazarus Heist and co-creator of the Lazarus Heist podcast, joins the show this week to take us on his journey of going behind the news articles and unpacking some of the biggest cyber events of the past few decades. Geoff talks to the origins and evolution of the Lazarus Hacking Group an…
 
Expert opinions and insights on the biggest events making cybersecurity headlines this past fortnight. In this episode we explore what impact the change to a Labor government in Australia will have on national cyber policy, examine a 3-year-old government review calling for Australia to overhaul identity verification and make better use of biometri…
 
Dan Gregory, CEO of The Impossible Institute, joins the podcast this week to talk about the effects of human behaviour in cyber. Dan explains how to work with the fact that employees won’t care as much about cyber as we do and the impacts of leadership democratisation. We then look at how human trust has changed and how design beats discipline and …
 
Expert opinions and insights on the biggest events making cybersecurity headlines this past fortnight. This week we take a look behind the news that password-less security has finally arrived through the FIDO alliance, dig into the change to mandatory IoT security standards in Australia, review the latest cyber updates regarding the war in the Ukra…
 
Jason Duerden, Regional Director for SentinelOne ANZ, joins the podcast this week to lead us through the wonderful world of XDR (extended detection and response). Jason takes us through the evolution from Endpoint Antivirus, through EDR to what XDR means today. We cover the overlap and the confusion with SIEM and store technologies and where all th…
 
Expert opinions and insights on the biggest events making cybersecurity headlines this past fortnight. In this episode we look behind the use of ‘Bossware’ technology and how employers are monitoring web browsing and application use of their remote working employees, we dive into the ongoing risks in the property market with ‘payment redirection’ s…
 
Neil Clausen, regional CISO for Mimecast in Boston joins the podcast this week to take us through SIEM detection strategies, the best use of threat intel, running tabletop exercises, and Purple Teaming. Neil is seasoned security practitioner, who along with his leadership role at Mimecast lectures at Northeastern University College onDatabase Manag…
 
Expert opinions and insights on the biggest events making cybersecurity headlines this past fortnight. This week we look behind the Australian government’s budget announcement of $10 billion dollars for cyber as part of program REDSPICE, as well as the tax breaks included for small business under the Technology Investment Boost. We also look into t…
 
We are joined by Nick Abrahams Global Co-leader Digital Transformation Practice Norton Rose Fullbright. Nick is also the founder of the successful online legal site “LawPath”, he created the world's first AI-enabled privacy chatbot “Parker”, he has a thriving career as a keynote speaker on future trends and innovation, and is the author of the best…
 
Expert opinions and insights on the biggest events making cybersecurity headlines this past fortnight. This week we’ll be looking behind the government’s announcement to increase the Australian Defence Force by 18,500 people with a focus on cyber personnel, the recent announcement by Google to buy Mandiant, why a deepfake of the Ukraine President Z…
 
This week we are joined by Sara Abak, Head of Cyber Security and Risk at Dulux Group. Sara talks us through her perspective on awareness training fatigue, strategies for cyber talent acquisition and retention, and we get some great insights on how eCrime has changed and what it has meant for security leadership.…
 
ITEC has embraced Israel’s children regardless of ethnic, religious, economic or social background for more than four decades. At its 17 centers across the country, ITEC seeks to instill the values of tolerance, honor, respect, and kindness. ITEC has enjoyed decades of success in imparting excellence and equality-based tennis education with tens of…
 
In this podcast, Neil Lazarus discusses the war in Ukraine. He discusses: How the world is defined by self-interest Israel’s middle east situation limits its response There Are Many Things Worse Than American Power. Resetting of the world order vis a vis Nato and Europe. Israel is alone -sanctions don't work Anti Israel Critics don't change…
 
Expert opinions and insights on the biggest events making cybersecurity headlines this past fortnight. This week we’ll be looking behind the cyber situation in the Ukraine and the call to arms for a ‘cyber army’ to volunteer, we’ll dive into the somewhat creepy world of ‘stalkerware’, the pros and cons of data gathering from our intelligence commun…
 
This week we are joined by Mimecast’s Regional CISO for APAC, Mark O’Hare, who shines a light on the three common CISO persona types (the technical, the compliance, and the risk focused), their trademark strengths and how these personas can influence an organisation. We also discuss how and why MITRE ATT&CK Framework is useful and the utility of FA…
 
Expert opinions and insights on the biggest events making cybersecurity headlines this past fortnight. In this episode we look behind the breach of sensitive COVID-19 QR code check-in details in NSW, review Microsoft’s announcement to block untrusted macros, give you the latest updates on the Critical National Infrastructure Bill and Ransomware Act…
 
This week our guest is Peter Soulsby, Director for Security Practise at NTT. Peter’s background in finance lends a business lens on his experiences of working with organisations that have just endured a cyber security breach. Looking behind the breach, Peter speaks about the stories the media miss, where IR plans can fail, the psychology and human …
 
In our first episode for 2022, we dive into the biggest news from the end of last year - the Log4Shell vulnerability. Where is it at? And what impact will this vulnerability have on companies making use of open-source libraries for code in the future? We also look at the cyber risks associated with the Beijing Winter Olympics, cyber warfare in the …
 
Our cyber resilience experts look back over the cyber events and challenges that shaped the year, review some of the insights that our incredible guests have brought to the show in 2021, discuss how to be cyber resilient across the holiday season, and peer into the crystal ball to make some predictions on what the new year will bring us.…
 
Our guest for this week’s show is Bruce McCully, CSO at Galactic Advisors and author of Level Up: The Ultimate MSP Roadmap for Security, Operations and Profitability; and Plagued: The CEO's Ultimate Guide to HIPAA Compliance and Cybersecurity. Bruce grew an MSP from scratch, and after smoke-jumping into organisations and seeing the effects of ranso…
 
In this week’s news episode our resident cyber experts review the most recent cyberattacks, explore their impact, and discuss what can be learned from them. Over the past week we have seen 3 large-scale attacks including GoDaddy who announced an attack that exposed the email and customer number of 1.2 million active and inactive Managed WordPress c…
 
Our guest for this week’s show is Andrew Pritchett, CIO at Grant Thornton Australia. Andrew has had a unique career that has seen him traverse through a range of industries, from sheet metal production, to 10-pin bowling, and finally to IT where he quickly rose through the ranks to CIO roles. Andrew brings his unique perspective to this conversatio…
 
In this week’s cyber security news, we dive straight into the latest developments in this year's highest profile cyberattack, The Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack, and the announcement of a $10 million USD bounty offered by the American government for information which can lead to the "identification or location of any individuals" in a leadersh…
 
This week’s show is hosted by the newest member of our podcast team, Amy Holden. Amy is joined by two extremely talented women in the technology and cybersecurity space - Berys Amor the Director of Technology at Corrs Chambers Westgarth, and Alison O'Hare who is a Senior Technical Director at Mimecast. Amy, Berys and Alison swap stories around unco…
 
In this week’s cyber security news we explore the confirmation that the Russian SolarWinds hackers breached 14 of Microsoft’s resellers and service providers, we discuss the Cyber Ready Program recently announced by the Australian Federal government to support the next generation of cyber security experts, we explore why there has been a decline in…
 
Our guest this week is Dr Chase Cunningham, retired Navy Chief Cryptologist and currently the Chief Strategy Officer with Ericom Software. He has experience across a range of the three-letter agencies in the US and over 20 years experience in cyber forensics and analytic operations. He also has a PhD in isolating insider threats through combining t…
 
In this week’s cyber security news, we discuss the ramifications of the hack and data breach on the popular streaming service Twitch that resulted in hackers releasing source code and details of creator payments. We also review the latest attack on our health industry with the hack of Macquarie Health Corporation, the news that New South Wales will…
 
This week we are featuring an interview focused on ransomware and conducted by a Senior Analyst from the Economist, Wade Islan. Wade’s guest is Ciaran Martin, Professor of Practice in the Management of Public Organisations. Prior to joining Oxford, Ciaran was the founding Chief Executive of the UK National Cyber Security Centre, part of GCHQ. Ciara…
 
The big story for this week’s podcast is the recent news that the Federal Bureau of Investigation held the keys for the REvil ransomware attacks that have affected hundreds of businesses but held back in providing them to affected organisations. Was the FBI’s decision unethical or was it the right move? We also discuss the announcement from the Vic…
 
Gar is joined this week by Anthony Caruana, CEO of Media-Wize and all-around media guru. Anthony has spent time working as a writer, presenter, facilitator, journalist, media trainer and been a consultant for some massive companies. Anthony talks us through what good crisis communications can do as part of an incident response, how to approach comm…
 
In this week’s news update our team of cyber experts unpack and discuss this year’s newly published Australian Cyber Threat Report. The ACSC received over 67,500 cybercrime reports last year - that equates to one in every eight minutes! The team also explore the potential legislation that will force banks and insurers to pay out victims of data bre…
 
Gar is joined this week by David Fairman, Chief Security Officer APAC for Netskope, venture partner for SixThirty, and advisor for Istari Global. He has also been a CSO for NAB, as well as Group Chief Information Security Officer for Royal Bank of Canada and spent time in JP Morgan and Royal Bank of Scotland. David shares his experience and thought…
 
This week our cyber experts discuss the implications of the new Australian Identify and Disrupt Bill that was seemingly rushed through senate last week and grants police powers to spy on criminal suspects online, disrupt their data and take over their accounts. The team also take a closer look at how the smishing scam ‘Flubot’ has evolved to now mi…
 
In a very special episode, Gar is joined by Amy Holden from Mimecast and her friend Laura Jeffery who bravely shares her up-close and personal experience of how she became the victim of a business email compromise scam. Laura walks us through the stomach dropping moment when she realised $65,000 in payments to a supplier for her home build had gone…
 
This week in cyber security news, the team explore the major outages on high-profile websites caused by content delivery networks, the strange missed calls being received by people across Australia and how to avoid the Flubot, how cybercrime gangs are attempting to recruit malicious insiders, and the latest ‘High Alert’ message sent by the ACSC reg…
 
Our guest this week is Jay Hira, Security and Compliance Advisor (aka Chief Spy) at Salesforce. Jay has a broad experience having been on the tools as a pen tester, been a Senior Advisor at KPMG, Senior Consultant at IBM, Security and Risk manager at Accenture, Senior Manager at EY, and having worked cyber in finance organisations. Gar and Jay had …
 
Our hot topics for this weeks cyber news episode include a conversation around the role of the ‘Big 4’ consultancies in Australia’s cybersecurity future and what the recent hiring spree at PWC and EY acquiring SecureWorx means. We review how Toll have rebuffed criticism that it allegedly acted too slowly in keeping the ASD informed during their two…
 
This week Gar is joined by Prescott Pym, Head of Managed Security Services for Verizon’s APAC SOC and still a self-confessed ‘cyberholic’. With 14 years under his belt at Verizon his experience and insights run deep. Prescott brings his wealth of experience along with his passion for cyber resilience to this discussion focused on Verizon’s 2021 Dat…
 
In the news this fortnight we discuss how Australia, along with a host of other countries, named China as the perpetrator of the Microsoft attack. We review how Australian organisations have been quietly paying millions in cyber ransoms. We explore how board members may soon be liable for cyber-attacks. And we deep dive into two high profile attack…
 
In a special episode focused on the cyber risks associated with upcoming Tokyo Olympics, Gar is joined by two heavy weights from Mimecast - the Director of Threat Intelligence Dr. Francis Gaffney, and Head of Risk and Resilience Carl Wearn. In the episode we cover the risk radius of the upcoming Tokyo Olympics, the research approaches the Mimecast …
 
While Gar O’Hara and your regular podcast hosts take a short 2-week break, we put together some of our favourite segments from past episodes that we think deserve another listen. The episode features Beverly Roche who talks to Gar about how humans need to be at the centre of AI and cyber security, Sunil Saale on the balance between security and ena…
 
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