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Top 10 Supply Chain Threats

Supply Chain Media

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The Top 10 Supply Chain Threats is in planning stages for our next series. In the meantime, you can listen to our other podcast series, Supply Chain in the Fast Lane. Each season of Supply Chain in the Fast Lane tackles a new topic with eight episodes, covering subjects such as the state of logistics, supply chain digitalization, and labor recruitment and retention. Look for it wherever you listen to podcasts.---------------------------Our supply chains are broken. We face many obstacles tha ...
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Netenrich threat researcher and security expert John Bambenek interviews leading security experts and threat researchers on the latest cyber threats and attacks, and what organizations need to do. Threat researchers, analysts, and SOC teams will gain insights on the latest techniques and approaches to advanced detection, investigation, and response. Learn how enterprises are modernizing outdated systems by adopting data analytics to gain increased visibility, intelligence and efficiencies to ...
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This conference aims to look at the present state of nuclear treaties and nuclear capabilities, consider future threats and opportunities, and assess public understanding and the role of civil society in determining future directions. An opportunity to learn facts and assess where the world is heading in this vital area for peace, conflict and international diplomacy.
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Nuclear Threats and the War in Ukraine

James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies

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Russia’s unprovoked invasion of Ukraine has set in motion a catastrophic war. The consequences of this war will be both tragic and far-reaching, including with respect to nuclear nonproliferation and risk reduction. Consistent with the CNS mission of promoting nonproliferation education and analysis, the Center offers a podcast about the nuclear challenges and risks that have arisen as a result of this unfolding crisis. In a fast-changing landscape with countless unknowns, this podcast aims ...
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Join Sabrina as she speaks with Nir Kossovsky, CEO of Steel City RE and reputational risk management expert, as they discuss reputational risk management approaches for the third sector. Relevant links: Time Stamp, Topic, URL 08:30 Prediction: Resilience Monitor https://steelcityre.com/predict-reputation-risk/ 10:11 2022 Νobel Prize in Economics – …
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Join Sabrina as she speaks with Rachel Erskine, an ethical storytelling advisor and co-chair of the BOND People in the Pictures Working group, and they discuss the importance of ethical storytelling and fundraising in the third-sector. Resources for this episode: Practical guidance The Dignified Storytelling project (2022) Guidelines for ethical co…
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Join Sabrina as she speaks with Dr. Warren Black, a complex systems and risk expert, and they discuss how complexity, systems thinking, and risk impact the third sector. You can find the complexity matrix we discuss on the episode here. You can find Dr. Black's YouTube channel here - https://youtube.com/@warrenblack4700?si=of8i9HsBmWRhTTHr…
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Join Sabrina as she speaks with Isabel de Bruin Cardoso - a third-sector ethics and safeguarding expert - and they discuss the risks of unethical behavior and the "halo-effect" in the third-sector. References for this episode: Contact details: debruin@rsm.nl More info: NGO Soul & Strategy podcast Principia Advisory Website Articles: The NGO Halo Ef…
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Join Sabrina as she speaks with Claris D'cruz, a third-sector governance expert, and they discuss strategy, governance, and risk in the third sector. Relevant links for this episode: https://www.gov.uk/government/5-minute-guides-for-charity-trustees https://www.gettingonboard.org/ https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/cc/trustee-learning-programme-getting-o…
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Vulnerability research and inevitable conflicts with software companies has been a part of hacker culture for at least three decades. In this podcast, we’re joined by Casey John Ellis, co-founder of Bugcrowd and of Disclose.io where we discuss the evolution towards bug bounty programs, what this all means for the world of AI vulnerabilities, and ho…
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We often think of DDoS as something that is only affecting gamers and is launched by misbehaving youth, but the landscape of people who leverage DDoS runs the gamut all the way up to nation-state actors. Join us as we talk with Richard Hummel of NETSCOUT as we discuss the evolving landscape of DDoS attacks and what's coming next over the horizon.…
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Join Sabrina as she speaks with Elyse Wallnutt, Founder - Agility Lab Consulting, and they discuss the impact data protection has specifically on the marketing and fundraising efforts of third-sector organizations. Books referenced: The Fight for Privacy by Danielle Kats Citron Algorithms of Oppression by Safiya Umoja Noble LinkedIn: www.linkedin.c…
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Often when we think of cyber security, we think of financial fraud, ransomware, or data theft. In recent years we've seen an increase in malware targeting industrial control systems such as sewage treatment plants, the power grid, and utilities necessary for basic human life. We are joined by Jimmy Wylie of Dragos to discuss the trends and what he …
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Everything defenders do is public, which means threat actors can look us up in how we’re detecting them and adapt their techniques. The bad news is that they learn how to evade us. The good news is that since I’m a former latchkey kid who grew up in the 80s with a short attention span, there is always something new to research. Donald “Mac” MacCart…
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Join Sabrina as she speaks with Veronica LaFemina, Founder and CEO of LaFamina & Co., and they discuss strategy execution and the threats and opportunities that are associated with this in the third sector. References for this episode My LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/vlafemina LaFemina & Co. website: lafemina.co LaFemina & Co. Blog Post -- …
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In this episode, we are joined by Dr. Anton Chuvakin, Office of the CISO, at Google Cloud Security, where we discuss the evolution of SIEM from on-premise to the Cloud, and to autonomic security operations. Can our industry innovate to move beyond current SIEM limitations to reach “ops nirvana” to a data analytics-fueled security operations?…
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We are joined this week by John Giglio, director of cloud security for SADA, with tales from the trenches on how automation has helped threat hunting and threat analytics to improve the lives of security organizations.על ידי Netenrich
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Join Sabrina as she speaks with Niki Wood, an international development MEL expert, and they discuss how monitoring, evaluation, and learning, and risk have more in common then you might think. References and citations for this episode are: Rogers, P. J. (2008). Using Programme Theory to Evaluate Complicated and Complex Aspects of Interventions. Ev…
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For this week’s interview, Netenrich’s John Bambenek chats with Merys Raymer, Partner Engineering at Google Cloud Security. Merys shares her personal journey as a former threat and security analyst, fighting fires in the SOC trenches. She provides real world insights on the need for advanced SIEMs, data analytics, and automation to optimize securit…
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Join Sabrina as she speaks with Laura Frederick, Founder and CEO of "How to Contract", and they discuss risk in contracting, demystify contracts, and provide simple and practical advice for third-sector organizations to better manage their contracting. Links for this episode: How to Contract Term Scout Contract Nerds…
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Join Sabrina as she speaks with Mohie AlWahsh, Food Security Cluster Coordinator for the UN World Food Programme, and they talk about managing risk in fast-moving humanitarian responses and navigating organizational bureaucracy. Relevant links for this episode: What is the cluster approach? UNHCR Emergency Handbook - Cluster Approach UN Office for …
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John Bambenek covers the rise of domain clustering of malicious phishing domains that security analysts need to care about. He is joined by cybersecurity expert Ed Gibbs, Field CTO at Whois API, who shares enlightening techniques on how to find, investigate and resolve these types of daily attacks.על ידי Netenrich
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Join Sabrina as she speaks with Indira Ahluwalia, Founder of the Coalition for Racial & Ethnic Equity in Development (CREED) and they discuss the importance of going beyond compliance, the destructive results of microaggressions, and how leadership can't be outsourced. CREED will be celebrating its one-year anniversary on February 22, 2023— during …
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Join Sabrina as she speaks with Malcolm John, Founder of Action for Trustee Racial Diversity, as they discuss the importance of diversity and "lived experience" on 3rd sector boards. Reference information for the episode: Action for Trustee Racial Diversity - https://atrd.group action4trusteeracialdiversity@bgmail.com malcjohn18@gmail.com https://w…
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John Bambenek talks with security expert Ronnie Tokazowski, Principal Threat Advisor at Cofense, on the rise of behavioral-led attacks impacting organizations. Recent exposures involving romance scams and pig butchering techniques target people and their emotions involving business email compromises. Ronnie delves into the methods organizations can…
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Join Sabrina as she speaks with Bobby Jefferson, VP, Global Head of Diversity, Equity, Engagement, and Inclusion at DAI and they discuss the importance of DEI initiatives, some of the associated risks, and why organizational culture needs to be based on living the values of your organization. Reference material for this episode: Board of Trustees P…
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Host John Bambenek, threat researcher at Netenrich, interviews leading security experts and threat researchers on the latest cyberattacks and compromises impacting businesses today. Listeners will gain insights on proven techniques and approaches to advanced threat hunting, detection, and response. Listen in to the witty and humorous conversations …
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Join Sabrina as she speaks with Horst Simon, Founder - Risk Culture Builders, and they discuss Horst's approach called "Radical Risk Management" and his advice on how to build a strong risk culture. References for this episode: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/future-here-horst-simon-risk-culture-builder/ https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/why-risk-cultu…
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Join Sabrina as she speaks with Linda Crockett, Founder of the Canadian Institute of Workplace Harassment and Violence, as they discuss how third-sector organizations can manage the risk of workplace bullying and how survivors of workplace bullying can get help. Links to materials referenced in the episode: Self-assessments: https://instituteofwork…
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Join Sabrina as she speaks with Dr. Elliot Schreiber, author of "The Yin and Yang of Reputation Management: Eight Principles for Strategic Stakeholder Value Creation and Risk Management" and co-founder of the Institute for Enlightened Governance, Management, & Leadership, as they discuss how third-sector organizations can manage reputational risk.…
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Join Sabrina as she speaks with Angela Byrne, an Objective Centric Risk & Certainty Managment Advisor, and they discuss ways third-sector organizations can integrate risk management into their ways of working, link risk management directly to their objectives and decision-making, and demonstrate how risk management can add value to funding proposal…
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In the fourth episode of the series, a group of experts from the Middlebury Institute of International Studies, the Vienna Center for Disarmament and Non-Proliferation, and King’s College London discuss the prospects of Russia using biological and chemical weapons in Ukraine. The experts also discuss how various misinformation campaigns weaken the …
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In the third episode of the Nuclear Threats and the War in Ukraine, Sir Lawrence Freedman, Emeritus Professor of War Studies at King's College London, and Ms. Sarah Bidgood, Director of the Eurasia Nonproliferation Program at the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS), present a pessimistic view on the future of arms control. The di…
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