The Best of the ISF Podcast
2023... So Far
As we enter Season 22, we thought we would take a moment to reflect a handful of notable discussions from our guest interviews so far.
Taking an Ecosystem Approach to Cyber Resilience
Dr. Keri Pearlson, discusses her research, which focuses on building a cyber resilient ecosystem.
How EU Legislation is Supporting Secure Innovation in Security
Despina offers her insights into European Union policies aimed at fostering stronger Cyber Resilience for businesses who operate globally.
The Business Leader's Guide to Culture and Innovation
Steve Durbin reflects on the key advice for business leaders from Season 18, exploring building resilient teams and adapting to technologies.
How Governance Can Guide the CISO
Director of Cyber Security Governance at Danone, Lies Alderlieste, offers advice to security leaders embarking on a governance journey.
Taking the Measure of Governance
Iwona Muchin from ISF Member Ageas highlights the work, data and metrics needed to ensure governance serves an organisation as well as it can.
The Democratisation of Cybercrime
Expert in online culture and technology, Jamie Bartlett, shares insights from his journey across the far reaches of the dark web.
Emerging Threats for 2023
ISF Chief Executive Steve Durbin uses this ISF Podcast to explore how you can be proactive and get ahead of the cyber threats of 2023.
The Pragmatic Approach to Tackling Cybercrime
The panel delve into the CC-Driver project, and expand upon the new methods detailed in the report aimed at mitigating cybercrime in Europe.
Embedding Altruism into the Development of a Digital City
The Mayor of Greater Manchester (UK) discusses the ongoing pursuit of synergy between social and industrial progress in the city.
The Art of Governance
Espen Johansen and Arbnora Tahiri from Visma explore the challenges of acquiring and handling governance across hundreds of companies.
Cyber and the World Economy
Seán Doyle from the World Economic Forum discusses the current cyber landscape, tabletop exercises, and improving cyber security legislation.
The Ethical Dilemma of AI & Innovation: Part two
Steve wraps up the second part of two episodes discussing the ethical dilemmas that are posed by AI and innovation.
Technology Choices Limit Control
Steve continues to break down the three major themes in the recently released Threat Horizon 2024: The disintegration of trust report.
Regulations Have Unintended Consequences
Steve delves into the first major theme, 'well-intentioned regulations can have unintended consequences', from Threat Horizon 2024.
Organised Crime Goes Digital
With first-hand account from his fieldwork in criminal gangs, Prof. Varese provides context to the history and evolution of organised crime.
How Global Law Enforcements Fight Cybercrime
Alexander Seger, head of the Cybercrime Division at the Council of Europe, shares insight into the evolving cybercrime landscape.
The Next Age of Uncertainty
Stephen Poloz, former Governor of the Bank of Canada, draws on his 40 years of experience and how to prepare for the Next Age of Uncertainty.
The Race for Tech Dominance
The second of two episodes around ISF Chief Executive Steve Durbin's research on: 'The New World Order and the Race for Tech Dominance'.
The Future of Digital Governance
Viviane Reding, former First Vice-President of the European Commission, sits down with ISF Chief Executive,…
AI, Automation and Cyber Ethics: Changing the Game
Steve and Josh discuss the future of AI, how the workforce can survive the coming robot takeover, the role of government in regulating AI and cyber, and more.
Steve outlines the implications that communication platforms have on our data and privacy both now and into the future, the unambiguous definition of digital sovereignty...
The Role of Analogue in the Digital Age
Steve Durbin speaks with Dr. Kate Stone, a "creative scientist" whose company, Novalia, blends art and…