Threat Roundup: Securing information in an uncertain landscape
Steve Durbin returns to the cyber hot-seat as journalist Kirsty Lang hosts a discussion reflecting on the exponential threats of today.
Rethinking Risk to Empower Innovation
Mo Gawdat returns to provide his perspective on balancing a culture of security with the continuous need to innovate.
Rethinking the Paradigm of Artificial and Human Intelligence
Mo Gawdat raises awareness on how we as humans can begin navigating a world already governed by artificial intelligence.
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.
Scenarios for an Uncertain Future
ISF Analysts explore the changes in Threat Horizon, expanding on how you to make the most out of the report in your organisational context.
Cyber, CISO and the Board: Turning awareness into action
Leveraging her vast boardroom experience, Margaret Heffernan provides advice on ensuring best practice is cascaded through the business.
The Battle Against Burnout: Shaping a vibrant digital work culture
Executive Director at Red Thread Institute of Digital Culture, Rahaf Harfoush, shares her insights into how today's remote workers can thrive.
The Evolution of ISF Research: Insights into the future
Listen as the ISF research team explain the topics selected for 2023 and outline how the rhythm of research releases is changing this year.
Navigating the Intersection of People and Technology
This season preview provides a glimpse into the compelling discussions Steve has had around key topics at the top of the board agenda.
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.
Keeping Abreast of Cyber Threats
ISF Analysts further expand upon the latest ISF Threat Intelligence: React and prepare report to talk everything 'threats'.
Getting Inside the Mind of the Hacker
Steve Durbin, Chief Executive of the ISF, sits down with Raffael Marty, Executive Vice President at ConnectWise.
Security Beyond the Checkbox
Deborah Wheeler discusses her journey to the role of CISO at Delta Airlines, and explores the balance of compliance and security priorities.
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.
Thomas Wegner, ICS Cyber Security Lead at Yara, hones in on the pertinent questions surrounding the protection of industrial control systems.
The Best of the ISF Podcast
2022... So Far
As we look ahead to Season 14, we are looking back on the standout moments from our guest interviews during 2022 so far.
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.
The Ethical Dilemma of AI & Innovation: Part one
Steve explores how organisations can establish responsible practices that mitigate bias in the design and deployment of AI systems.
Threat Horizon 2024: Risk and reward
Amanda Hallett and Karan Randhawa from Maersk offer insight into how they use Threat Horizon in their internal threat monitoring systems.
Beyond Buzz Words: AI, ML, and the Future of Cyber
A discerning conversation between Göran Walles and Steve Durbin on the double-edged sword of artificial intelligence and machine learning.
Cyber, CISO and the Board: Security means business
Steve Durbin explores the five business priorities CISOs must be considering to ensure resilience through 2022 and beyond.
The Disintegration of Trust
In this episode, Steve Durbin, ISF Chief Executive, sets the stage for the creation of this year's Threat Horizon 2024 report.
Protecting IP in a World of Streaming and Sharing
This episode expands upon the challenges of protecting content and intellectual property in today's rapidly expanding digital sphere.
Deepfakes and Biometric Security Breakthroughs
Brett Beranek discusses the potential, and challenges of biometrics in the security space, expanding upon deep neural networks and deep fakes.
Keeping the M&A Process Secure
Carl Allen discusses the resurgence of M&A activity and the need for CISOs and security to take a front seat in the process.
The Cost of the FUD Approach to Security
Mark Ralls touches on the current threat landscape, security by design, and developing the next generation of cybersecurity talent.
Managing Cyber Threats During Times of Instability
Steve Durbin considers the key takeaways from Season 10 both in terms of business leadership, as well as the actionable insights.
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.
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.
Is 5G Expanding the Cybersecurity Attack Surface?
Steve Durbin discusses 5G - what it is, what changes it will affect, and how we can keep our operations and supply chains secure.
Zero Trust in Action: Using blockchain to keep out the bad actors
Lou Senko from Q2 explores the limitations of adopting zero trust, and how blockchain has created an almost impenetrable defence.
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 New World Order
In this episode, Steve focusses on The New World Order where he outlines the areas of cybersecurity that are likely to be impacted by the increase of data volumes and usage as a result of deploying advanced technologies.
Best of 2021
In today's episode, we're sharing a compilation of some of our listeners favourite episodes from…
Emerging Threats for 2022: Q&A
In this episode, we’ll hear the presentation’s Q&A session, in which Steve responds to the audience questions.
Steve Wozniak in conversation with Steve Durbin
ISF Chief Executive, Steve Durbin, speaks with computer programmer, philanthropist, and co-founder of Apple, Steve…
Minimising Your Attack Surface
Listen to more from Digital 2021 keynote Professor Sadie Creese, founding Director of the Global…
Securing Containers with people, process and technology
Paul Holland, Principal at the ISF and author of Securing Containers: Keeping pace with change…
Cyber Insurance and the danger of 'silent cyber'
ISF Senior Analysts Mark Ward and Emma Bickerstaffe in conversation with Simon Meech, Cyber Practice…
Digital Transformation in Review
In this episode, ISF Chief Executive Steve Durbin and podcast host Tavia Gilbert dive deeper…
Next-Gen Cyber Security Software Tips for Vendors & CISOs
ISF Chief Executive, Steve Durbin speaks with Mel Shakir, Managing Director of DreamIt Ventures, about his…
The Role of Collaboration and Compartmentalisation
Steve and Jonathan discuss digital transformation, creating zero trust models that work, and the future of information security and Big Tech.
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.
Survive and Profit from Radical Change
Steve Durbin, Chief Executive of the ISF, speaks with Jonathan Brill, futurist and author of…
Global Cyber Crisis
We focus on cyber attacks by both state-backed and independent actors, the geopolitical dimension of the cyber crisis and how the COVID-19 pandemic gave an unprecedented impetus...
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...
We start with a discussion on digital totalitarianism, then move on to the global cyber crisis before writer and advisor Jonathan Brill joins Steve to discuss “rogue...
Training for Digital Transformation
Thomas Erl discusses resolving the skills shortage, the purpose of vendor-neutral training, and the disruption of digital transformation.
Machines Seize Control
Steve Durbin, Chief Executive of the ISF and producer Tavia Gilbert discuss the ISF’s latest…
The Role of Analogue in the Digital Age
Steve Durbin speaks with Dr. Kate Stone, a "creative scientist" whose company, Novalia, blends art and…
The Age of Surveillance Capitalism
Steve Durbin, Chief Executive of the ISF, speaks with Harvard professor, social psychologist, philosopher, and…
ISF Annual Threat Update: Emerging Threats for 2021 with Steve Durbin
As we approach the start of the new year, ISF Chief Executive, Steve Durbin, breaks…
Challenging orthodox thinking
In this episode, Steve Durbin, Chief Executive of the ISF, speaks with a guest whose…
What Data Can and Can't Tell Us About Ourselves
In this conversation, Steve Durbin, Chief Executive of the ISF and Hannah Fry discuss the…
Technology in a brave new world
In this week's podcast, ISF Chief Executive, Steve Durbin and ISF Podcast host Tavia Gilbert…
Threat Horizon 2022: Digital and physical worlds collide
We are heading into an era, unlike anything we've ever seen before. Digital and physical…
The CEO vs the CISO: The security breach blame game
Organisations focus most of their efforts on meeting strategic and financial targets. However, the board…
The growing pressure on critical infrastructures
In today’s ISF Podcast, Steve Durbin, Chief Executive of the ISF is joined by Sherina…
Cyberpsychology and the Impact of Technology on Human Behaviour
In this ISF Podcast, Cyberpsychologist Dr Mary Aiken sits down with ISF Chief Executive, Steve…
An Astronaut's Guide to Managing Risk
What can space travel teach us about how to approach information security? In this week's…
The Zero-Trust Network Security Model
In this ISF Podcast, Christopher Frenz, AVP of Information Security for Interfaith Medical Centre, sat…