A data privacy and security podcast with Cameron Ivey & Gabe Gumbs
Privacy Please A genuine and informative podcast about data privacy and security. Your reliable place for best practices, interviews, belly laughs, and real stories.
- S3, E125 - Jon von Tetzchner, CEO @ Vivaldi Technologiesby Cameron Ivey on August 3, 2022 at 11:00 pm
This week on Privacy Please, we are honored to speak with Jon von Tetzchner, previously the co-founder and CEO at Opera Software, and now the CEO at Vivaldi Technologies.Please join us as we learn about his story and why Privacy matters so much to him! https://banspying.org/
- S3, E124 - Darren Gallop, Founder & CEO @ Carbideon July 27, 2022 at 9:00 pm
This week on Privacy Please, we had the opportunity to speak with the Founder, and CEO at Carbide, Darren Gallop. In this episode, we learn about Darren's unique rock star history in the music industry and how he learned to overcome challenges in business early on that lead him to create Carbide. Furthermore, Darren gives us his take on what folks need to know about building data security and privacy into their organizations from the start. Carbide blog: https://carbidesecure.com/resources/category/blog-posts/ Darren’s LinkedIn page: https://www.linkedin.com/in/darrengallop/ Carbide LinkedIn page: https://www.linkedin.com/company/carbidesecure/
- S3, E123 - Unplugged - Microsoft Phishing Attacks and NIST Newson July 20, 2022 at 6:00 pm
This week on Privacy Please, we go more in-depth from last week's episode around NIST, MFA phishing attacks, and more - Enjoy!
- S3, E122 - NIST News & Massive Phishing Attacksby Cameron Ivey on July 14, 2022 at 2:00 am
This week on Privacy Please, we have another great blogcast covering some of the biggest things in emerging security and privacy news today. The US Department of Commerce's National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has announced the first group of encryption tools that will become part of its post-quantum cryptographic standard - Author Credit, Dark Reading StaffLastly, we talk about a massive series of phishing attacks that targeted more than 10,000 organizations - Author Credit, Sergiu Gatlan Next week we will go unplugged to dive further into these two topics together!
- S3, E121 - Data Privacy & Compliance: 2023 Look Aheadon July 6, 2022 at 12:00 pm
This week on Privacy Please, we are looking ahead to the new changes coming in 2023 around Data Privacy and Compliance. The world of data privacy is ever-evolving, and with more and more countries not only proposing privacy legislation but actually enacting it, it’s all the more tricky to maintain compliance. Here’s what’s on the horizon and how your organization can be ready for it all.
- S3, E120 - What Is Zero Trust?on June 29, 2022 at 12:00 pm
This week on Privacy Please, we go dig a bit deeper into Zero Trust. While enterprises have rapidly embraced cloud computing in the last decade or so, the mass shift to remote work accelerated this transition. With an influx of employees accessing sensitive company data from unsecured devices, the security framework known as Zero Trust has been increasingly relied on as a data-protecting hero.
- S3, E119 - RSA Recap with Special Guestby Cameron Ivey on June 23, 2022 at 9:00 pm
This week on Privacy Please, we have a special guest join the show to talk about RSA, Cyber Insurance and many other things related to security and privacy. He is a dear friend and is the Security Awareness Advocate at KnowBe4, Mr. James McQuiggan. James also hosts a new podcast himself called - Security Masterminds - Check it out here https://www.buzzsprout.com/1892704/10255518
- S3, E118 - SEC's Proposed Data Breach Disclosure Ruleson June 15, 2022 at 3:00 pm
This week on Privacy Please, we dive into the SEC's proposed data breach disclosure rules and how they will add new pressure on security teams.
- S3, E117 - Data Breach Bullseye - Part 3on June 8, 2022 at 12:00 pm
This week on Privacy Please, we’ll examine the high cost — and risk — of sensitive data breaches in education in 2021.
- S3, E116 - John Winner, CEO at Kizenon June 1, 2022 at 12:00 pm
This week on Privacy Please we have the pleasure of speaking with the man himself, CEO at Kizen, Mr. John Winner! We talk about John's epic adventures of starting his own company early in life, and where he is today. We dive into thoughts on how data collection can be used for good, Apple's Privacy changes, why privacy is extremely important to him and his team, and his strong belief in being people-centric.P.S. Does John own a real cowboy hat? Please enjoy this fun conversation and don't forget to have an awesome day!
- S3, E115 - Data Breach Bullseye - Part 2on May 26, 2022 at 2:00 am
This week on Privacy Please, we dive into part 2 of our heavy hitter data breach series. In this series, we are tracking the impact of last year’s record number of sensitive data breaches on three of the most vulnerable industries prone to cyberattacks: healthcare, financial services, and education. Last week, we uncovered why healthcare was the number one target for cyberattacks.In today’s episode, we’ll explore the full extent of 2021’s attacks on the financial services industry and why it remains such a high-value target.
- S3, E114 - Data Breach Bullseye Part 1on May 18, 2022 at 12:00 pm
This week on Privacy Please, we dive into our three-part heavy hitter series of data breaches and start with the number one most vulnerable industry, healthcare.
- S3, E113 - Are You Serious About Turning Data Into a Strategic Asset?on May 11, 2022 at 7:00 pm
In this week's episode of Privacy Please, we dive into the next generation of data classification.
- S3, E112 - Jad Boutros, co-founder and CEO of TerraTrue (Former Snapchat CSO)on May 6, 2022 at 8:00 pm
This week on Privacy Please, we welcome, Mr. Jad Boutros, co-founder, and CEO of TerraTrue (Former Snapchat CSO).
- S3, E111 - Steve Ginty, Director of Threat Intelligence at RiskIQby Cameron Ivey on April 27, 2022 at 5:00 pm
This week on Privacy Please, we have the pleasure of speaking with Steve Ginty, the director of threat intelligence at RiskIQ! We talk about his story, security, privacy and convenience across corporations and organizations, and much more!
- S3, E110 - This Week In Security and Privacyon April 20, 2022 at 11:00 pm
This week on Privacy Please we cover some of the top stories in the security and privacy world.
- S3, E109 - This Week In Privacy Newson April 13, 2022 at 12:00 pm
This week on Privacy Please, we cover a few different topics in the world of Privacy.
- S3, E108 - Jaeyoon Chung – Founder at Myotaon April 6, 2022 at 12:00 pm
This week on Privacy Please, we have the pleasure of speaking with the founder of Myota, Mr. Jaeyoon Chung. We discuss and learn about Jaeyoon's background, protecting confidentiality, availability, and integrity of data, which is still believed to be the core tenants of security and privacy. We also dive into what is ongoing in Ukraine and much more!
- S3, E107 - Chris Hansen Part 2by Cameron Ivey on March 30, 2022 at 5:00 pm
This week on Privacy Please, we are thrilled to have Chris Hansen back on the show for Part 2. Main topics: The unique situation ongoing in Ukraine and the effects around the worldMany different ways and reasons for diversifying your resource poolReplatforming with privacy engineering in mindCurrent Privacy/security trends affected by the current world state
- S3, E106 - Microsoft and Okta Breach, Statement from President Biden on Cybersecurityon March 24, 2022 at 2:00 am
This week on Privacy Please, we dive into a few different cybersecurity news topics surrounding a big name breach in Microsoft and Okta as well a statement from president Biden on the state of our Cybersecurity during these very difficult times. https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/statements-releases/2022/03/21/statement-by-president-biden-on-our-nations-cybersecurity/https://thehackernews.com/2022/03/lapsus-hackers-claim-to-have-breached.html
- S3, E105 - Russia’s Ongoing Cyberattacks in Ukraine and the Future of Cyber Warfareby Cameron Ivey on March 16, 2022 at 12:00 pm
This week on Privacy Please, we talk about Russia's ongoing cyberattacks in Ukraine and what this could mean for the future. We also, speak on the types of cyberattacks, and we can do right now to help.
- S3, E104 - Web3 is coming, and here's the potential threat is posesby Cameron Ivey on March 9, 2022 at 11:00 pm
This week on Privacy Please, we talk about Web3 and the potential threat it presents us. It is key for us to get ahead start thinking about privacy in a different way. "Data will be decentralized, making it less clear who's responsible for securing it" - Raj Patel "Be Curious, not judgemental" - Ted Lasso
- S3, E103 - Short Stories - Russia's Sandworm Hackers Have Built a Botnet of Firewallson March 2, 2022 at 1:00 pm
This week on Privacy Please, we go into a great article that talks about western intelligence services raising alarms about Cyclops Blink, the latest tool at the notorious group’s disposal.Author Credit - Andy Greenberg at Wired
- S3, E102 - Curtis Preston, Chief Technical Evangelist at Druvaby Cameron Ivey on February 23, 2022 at 1:00 pm
This week on Privacy Please, we welcome Mr. Backup himself, Curtis Preston! Curtis is an expert in backup & recovery systems; a space he has been working in since 1993. He has written four books on the subject and is the Chief Technical Evangelist at Druva!He is also the host of the Restore it All podcast, and the founder and webmaster of backupcentral.com, a website dedicated to backup and recovery. Main Topics: The many intricacies of data backup, disaster recovery, and long-term storage.Using a SaaS service for data protection and resilience.and much more!
- S3, E101 - Christopher Hansen, SVP, Communication, Media and Technologyon February 16, 2022 at 1:00 pm
This week on Privacy Please, we recorded a special episode on Privacy day (January 28th) with our fantastic guest and new friend, Christopher Hansen, SVP, Communication, Media and Technology Portfolio at 3Pillar Global. Main Topics: We talk about his background and how he got into this industry, the death of the cookie, and how COVID has rapidly increased innovation among tech companies.
- S3, E100 - Todd Feinman, Founder, Board of Directors at Spirion - Part 1on February 10, 2022 at 12:00 am
This week on Privacy Please, we are honored to have a very special guest on for celebrating our 100th episode!!! Mr. Todd Feinman, the Founder of Spirion (FKA, Identity Finder) joins the show to tell us his story, why he and his Partner had this vision almost two decades ago, data privacy and security predictions, and much more!
- S3, E99.5 - Breaking News - 1 in 7 Ransomware Extortion Attacks Exposes OT Databy Cameron Ivey on February 2, 2022 at 1:00 pm
This week on Privacy Please, we dive into a few articles on ransomware extortion attacks that expose OT data. The Analysis of "shaming site" data dumps found sensitive documentation from OT organizations, including oil and gas.Mandiant Report - https://www.mandiant.com/resources/ransomware-extortion-ot-docs
- S3, E99 - Erik Rind, Founder & CEO at ImagineBCon January 26, 2022 at 1:00 pm
This week on Privacy Please we have Mr. Erik Rind, Founder & CEO at ImagineBC! We learn about Erik's story, why he created this very fascinating company ImagineBC, which aims to be for blockchain technology what “You’ve got mail” was for the Internet. We also talk AI Driven Robotics, Machine Learning, Privacy, Meta (Facebook) Virtual reality, and much more!
- S3, E98 - Kelly Finnerty Part 2 - Privacy Protection Extensionon January 19, 2022 at 1:00 pm
This week on Privacy Please, we bring back on the fantastic Kelly Finnerty from Start Page for part 2 and she brings big news, real talk and belly laughs. Introducing Startpage Privacy Protection Extension, protecting you from cookies and trackers across the web. This thing works beautifully! Check out the link below and go download now! https://www.startpage.com/privacy-please/startpage-articles/easy-privacy-control-across-the-internet-introducing-startpage-privacy-protection
- S3, E97 - [Short Stories] Capital One Breach Highlights Dangers of Insider Threatson January 12, 2022 at 1:00 pm
This week on Privacy Please - Short Stories, we talk about the Capital One breach and how it highlights the dangers of insider threats. "Incidents show how difficult it is to defend against determined and knowledgeable hackers."Author credit: James Rundle and Catherine Stupp