Dan Raywood, Ex-Deputy Editor of Infosecurity Magazine: Has Anything Really Changed?
RE: Human Layer Security
This week, Tessian's CEO Tim Sadler is joined by Dan Raywood, journalist and former deputy editor of Infosecurity Magazine. Looking back over the past 12 months, Dan and Tim talk about resilience and how recent events have changed cybersecurity, from SolarWinds to Covid-19 - to which Dan poses the question, "Has anything actually really changed?!" They also discuss where IT leaders need focus efforts in 2021 and why the human factor is a major consideration. Looking for more Human Layer Security insights? Head over to the Tessian blog and you can subscribe to the Tessian newsletter to stay up to date with all our Human Layer Security news.
IRISSCON 2019 | Brian Honan, Dan Raywood, Emma Heffernan, Jenny Radcliffe, Thom Langford
Cyber threats are everywhere — every country around the world is dealing with cybercrime and trying to keep their societies cyber safe with the onslaught of technological advancements in connected devices, apps, and cloud-enabled services. While the problems — and the solutions to them — may sound the same at the surface level, the devil is in the details. This is true when it comes to different regions around the world — it remains especially true when representatives present the view of the problems and solutions in society that aren’t purely InfoSec focused.That is precisely what IRISSCON is all about. Organized by Ireland's first CERT (Computer Emergency Response Team), a non-profit organization, IRISSCON brings together “experts on various aspects of cybercrime and cybersecurity to share their thoughts and experiences with attendees.” This year didn’t disappoint with several top-notch speakers taking to the stage to share their stories; their experiences.Sean Martin was there to join the conversation, took some pictures (have a look below), and captured a recap podcast.The group provides a quick recap on the key takeaways from the conference, some thoughts on the state of cybersecurity in the region, and other things on their mind (evidently rugby is big thing… 😬).We have a few laughs as well.Go ahead. Have a listen. You know you want to. You have to hear Thom’s Darth Vader voice, if nothing else.Guest(s)- Brian Honan, IRISSCERT- Dan Raywood, Infosecurity Magazine- Emma Heffernan, Student & Part-Time Security Analyst- Jenny Radcliffe, The People Hacker- Thom Langford, (TL)2 SecurityThis Episode’s Sponsors:If you’d like to sponsor this or any other podcast episode on ITSPmagazine, you can learn more here: https://www.itspmagazine.com/podcast-series-sponsorshipsTo see and hear more event coverage content on ITSPmagazine, visit:https://www.itspmagazine.com/itspmagazine-event-coverageAre you interested in sponsoring our event coverage or another ITSPmagazine Channel?https://www.itspmagazine.com/podcast-series-sponsorships
Episode 23 - Sixty Second Security with Dan Raywood
About A Minute - from @edent & friends
How can you quickly tune up your computer security? Dan Raywood - Contributing Editor at Infosecurity Magazine shares his wisdom with us. If you're interested in an open source password manager, I'm happy to personally recommend BitWarden
Dan Raywood - The State of Cybersecurity, Predictions and Future Trends
Zero Hour Podcast
Dan Raywood is the contributing editor of Infosecurity Magazine. He has written about IT security since 2008, having spent five years as news editor of SC Magazine, 20 months as Editor of IT Security Guru and six months as an Analyst in the Information Security Practice at 451 Research. He has spoken at 44CON, SecuriTay, SteelCon and Infosecurity Europe, as well as writing for a number of vendor blogs and presenting on webcasts.Key points:- To get ahead, you need mentors;- Hiring is key as you will hire the people to enable the technologies to work;- Accepting cybersecurity risk for the business is a huge step forwardsKey minutes:1:40 - Why Dan got into journalism6:00 - Starting in information security8:45 - Connections over knowledge10:00 - Breaking big news in Cyber Security15:00 - State of Cyber Security17:00 - Trends in Cyber Security20:00 - GDPR23:45 - Predictions for Cyber Security29:40 - How do we improve the state of security?30:30 - Next big topic in cyber security32:20 - Objectives of a journalist33:30 - Top ten questionsYou can view the report here: https://www.infosecurityeurope.com/__novadocuments/484123?v=636650221535700000You can reach InfoSec at: https://www.infosecurityeurope.com/about/Their new North American conference: https://www.infosecuritynorthamerica.com/Find Dan Raywood's work at: https://www.infosecurity-magazine.com/profile/dan-raywood-1/Follow us:Twitter: @zero_hourpodInstagram: @zerohourexperienceWebsite: www.karlsharman.comThis podcast is sponsored by:BeecherMadden - www.beechermadden.comCyber Security Professionals - www.cybersecurity-professionals.com
Dan Raywood is the Contributing Editor for Infosecurity Magazine. He was a journalist covering IT and information security for five years from 2008 to 2013 for SC Magazine, and between September 2013 and April 2015 he was the relaunch editor of IT Security Guru where he interviewed CISOs, users and vendors from across the world. Having spent six months as a security industry analyst for 451 Research, he is currently the contributing editor of the industry's most read magazine and website Infosecurity Magazine, heading up the audio channel, twice-annual Virtual Conference and contributed content. Dan on LinkedIn - Dan Raywood Dan on Twitter - @DanRaywood Infosecurity Magazine Website - Infosecurity Magazine Don't forget, to get in touch with me either try the contact page of the site or follow me on Twitter, where I can be found at @Jenny_Radcliffe SaveSave