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onSecurity Podcast

 

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onShore Security presents onSecurity. Host Stel Valavanis, CEO of onShore Security, will explore a variety of topics in the cybersecurity field. These 30-minute episodes feature guests who provide unique perspectives on the chosen topic of discussion; topics include automation in cybersecurity, governance and compliance, endpoint security, and many more cybersecurity-focused discussions.

Episode 1: Compliance and Security


onShore Security CTO Steven Kent joins Stel to discuss the intersection of compliance and security. As the author of an oft-cited saying at onShore, “security is a process, not a product”, Steven Kent is the reason that onShore has been able to satisfy the complex needs of clients in the banking industry.

Episode 2: Beyond Endpoint Security

onShore Security’s podcast, onSecurity, explores a variety of topics in the cybersecurity field. Our second episode centers on cybersecurity beyond the endpoint. As network perimeters become “squiggly”, the focus must shift from endpoint management to the data itself.

Founder and CEO of Nullafi, Rob Yoskowitz, joins Stel Valavanis to discuss how changes in people and processes require cybersecurity operations to reconsider who has access to what and when.

Episode 3: Marketing Cybersecurity


onShore Security’s podcast, onSecurity, explores a variety of topics in the cybersecurity field. Our third episode focuses on marketing cybersecurity. As cybercrime’s impact on daily life continues to grow, it becomes even more important to educate our leaders and help employees at every level of your organization understand the importance of cyberdefense.

Founder of Hesser Communications, Amy Hesser joins Stel Valavanis to discuss how to draw attention to security and inspire the action needed to combat cyberattacks.

Episode 4: The Future of Cybersecurity


onShore Security’s podcast, onSecurity, explores a variety of topics in the cybersecurity field. Our fourth episode focuses on the future of cybersecurity. As cybercrime adapts to new cyberdefense products and processes, security must stay one step ahead. Developing new ways of thinking and doing in defending data will require security teams to be agile and imaginative.

Craig Brozefsky, Senior Software Engineer Consultant for onShore Security, joins Stel to talk about his experience at Cisco, projects with onShore, and the future of security.

Episode 5: Benefits and Pitfalls of Automation

onShore Security’s podcast, onSecurity, explores a variety of topics in the cybersecurity field. Our fifth episode focuses on the rise of automation in cybersecurity. As automated processes augment the capabilities of cybersecurity operations, it is important not to overlook the importance of the human element. Understanding the benefits of automation in cybersecurity requires an examination of potential pitfalls and the ways that security teams fill in the gap. 

Joe Gresham, Product Development specialist for onShore Security, joins Stel to talk about the benefits and pitfalls of automation in cybersecurity.

Episode 6: Developing Cybersecurity Products


onShore Security’s podcast, onSecurity, explores a variety of topics in the cybersecurity field. Our sixth episode focuses on the development of new cybersecurity products and processes. Data analysis is a pillar of any mature cybersecurity operation and is the process that transforms information into intelligence. As cybersecurity advances, engineers and analysts must work together to move forward with speed and safety.

Anil Mudholkar, Head of Product Development for onShore Security, joins Stel to talk about the current state of cybersecurity products.

Episode 7: Zero Trust


onShore Security’s podcast, onSecurity, explores a variety of topics in the cybersecurity field. Our seventh episode focuses on practicing the zero-trust philosophy to harden cybersecurity targets. As cyber operations at the Enterprise level expand to defend against cyberattacks, hackers seek easier targets among enterprises.

Chase Cunningham joins onSecurity to talk about his effort to raise the maturity level of cybersecurity of targeted companies and how organizations are adopting the use of a zero-trust strategy at every level.

Episode 8: Blue Team Con


In cybersecurity, the importance of teamwork, collaboration, skill sharing, and peer review cannot be overstated. When it comes to cyber defense, blue teams are in competition against the criminal elite and cyber attackers worldwide, but draw strength from working and communicating with each other. Cybersecurity conventions are increasingly popular places for the industry’s most meaningful discourse.

On our eighth episode, Frank McGovern, Cybersecurity Architect at StoneX, joins onSecurity to discuss the gap he saw in the cybersecurity convention scene and his work to organize Blue Team Con along with our host, BTC co-founder and onShore Security CEO Stel Valavanis. 

Episode 9: Governance, Risk, and Compliance


At the Enterprise level, many discussions and decisions about cybersecurity and IT focus on the operational capability of the organization and bad actors that may interfere. As cyber operations become a larger part of business operations as a whole, organizations now must also consider regulatory compliance or risk losing the ability to operate and even face potential damaging liability.

Chris Johnson, Sr. Director of Cybersecurity Programs at CompTIA ISAO, joins onSecurity to discuss the importance of GRC – governance, risk, and compliance. Though implementation of GRC in an organization may offer some hurdles, this work raises the cybersecurity posture of an organization, making them better able to prevent and resist cyberattacks, as well as comply with regulations, allowing them to continue the work they do and expand into new opportunities.