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April 1, 2022
Webinar on Cybersecurity, Cyber Risk, and Cyber Safety

SEE FULL RECORDING HERE

PARTICIPANTS

  • Moderator  - Michael Steep, Executive Director, DTDC Program, Stanford
  • Stephen Cardot, Founder/CEO Cloudcover   
  • Michael Duff, Stanford CISO 
  • Andrew Grotto, Director, Program on Geopolitics, Technology, and Governance, Stanford  
  • Diana Kelley, Co-Founder and CTO of SecurityCurve and Chief vCISO at SaltCybersecurity
  • Oumou Ly,  Senior Advisor, Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) 
  • Eric Stephens, Executive Director, IT Security Controls and Engagement, MISO

MAIN TAKEAWAYS:

  1. The world has changed with an explosion of data collection and sharing -  including IoT devices and infrastructure. The work/home divide is blurred. Consumer & enterprise security needs rethinking.
  2. Good, basic cyber hygiene is important. Cybersecurity doesn’t have to be expensive - patching your systems & keeping your software updated, using a password manager, and enabling multi-factor authentication will do 90% of the work necessary to protect your digital assets. 
  3. Company buy-in can be advanced by demonstrating how cybersecurity will help a business reach its goals more effectively.
  4. Cybersecurity is a team sport - a collective responsibility. It's a national security concern; small & medium sized businesses have an important role , b/c most crucial infrastructure is privately operated - collaboration is critical.
  5. Ecosystem level awareness is needed - the work of CISA and the NIST Security Framework are both valuable.  
  6. Automation - including AI and ML - is becoming an essential aspect of current cybersecurity protection and response. It enables a  proactive, and even predictive, posture through the whole ecosystem.