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What Widespread Cyberattacks Mean for Small & Mid-Sized Organizations

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Cyberattacks are damaging to any business, especially small & mid-sized organizations. Chris Pearce, Chief Operating Officer at DB Results, joins us to discuss how organizations can recover from cyberattacks and strategies they can use to prevent future cybersecurity issues.

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Understanding the Subtleties Between Cybersecurity and Governance

Organizations in all industries have seen a spike in cyber threats this past year. Mike Krafton, Vice President at Discover Modus, joins us to discuss how governance plays a role in cybersecurity for all organizations and if companies are adequately addressing their cybersecurity concerns.

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New Ransomware Resource From MITRE Hopes to Help Healthcare Providers

Earlier this year, MITRE released new ransomware resources that hope to help healthcare providers of all sizes. Gary Pritts, President of Eagle Consulting Partners, joins us to discuss how providers can leverage these resources and create a cybersecurity plan that keeps their patients and data safe from hackers.

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Cybersecurity Weak Spot for Online Retailers

As retail has rapidly grown online, many cybersecurity challenges and weak spots have started to progress. Brandon Bergum, an IT consultant from Accellis Technology Group, joins us to uncover some of the major gaps in online retail cybersecurity and reviews how these businesses can remain secure.

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Securing Digital Transformation 4.0: How Fintech and Paytech Companies Stay Secure

The fintech space has drastically grown over the past few years, which has led to more cybersecurity concerns. Massimo Barone, Fintech and Paytech expert and entrepreneur, joins us to discuss the future of cybersecurity in the industry and how experts can fill any current cyber skills gaps.

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Locking Down IoT Systems to Prevent Breaches

IoT devices have become a critical part of all industries over the past 20 years. Recent cyberattacks on these systems have brought to light the need for cybersecurity. Locking down IoT devices and extending security plans to other systems can save your organization from a data breach.

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Cyber Automation Can Cure The Cyber Skills Gap

Cybercrime numbers have been on the rise as more businesses are shifting to a fully online model. With low retention rates and younger talent using their skills for personal gain, companies are struggle to build strong cybersecurity plans. But, automation may be the answer for IT departments who are struggling with cybersecurity.

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CIO’s Need to Automate or Lose Job

As cybersecurity continues to become more automated CIOs need to learn how to adapt. If CIOs continue to lead with a service-oriented mindset they risk becoming irrelevant within a few years. The best way to tackle this problem is for IT departments to implement integrated tools into their strategies.

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