The ISACA Podcast gives you insight into the latest regulations, trends and threats experienced by information systems auditors and governance and security professionals. Whether you are beginning your career or have decades of experience, the ISACA Podcast can help you be better equipped to address industry challenges and embrace opportunities.
Addressing Cybersecurity Vulnerabilities
Internet security is a growing concern and IT leaders need to increase public awareness of cyber security. Unchecked cyber security risk factors can greatly harm enterprises. In this podcast, we discuss areas for improvement that could prevent cyberattacks.
How Women Can Capitalize on Opportunities In the Tech Workforce
While the disproportionately male nature of the tech workforce can be challenging for some women to navigate, many organizations are actively looking to bring more women into tech roles. In this ISACA SheLeadsTech Series podcast, we discuss how organizations can make those roles more appealing for women and why this might be a great time for women who are interested in joining the tech workforce.
What Will it Take to Reach DevSecOps Maturity?
While our development teams have been busy running full speed ahead using the latest and greatest technology to build amazing products, security teams haven’t always been known to keep the same pace – and we have reached a point of “developer revolt.”
Security teams are still too often viewed as producers of “design constraints” by development teams versus “reliable partners” in helping them build better software. The path to changing this is getting security more tightly integrated into the DevOps pipeline – and working to make security even more of everyone’s responsibility.
In this podcast Shannon Lietz, Adobe’s VP of Vulnerability Labs, will discuss some of the opportunities for security teams to become trusted partners, providing a roadmap for how DevSecOps needs to evolve to reach necessary maturity, and discuss some of the efforts that can help the broader security industry get better at this essential security muscle.