The Risk Roundtable: EP 20. The latest security news delivered without remorse.
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The Risk Roundtable crew jumps into summer with a new episode focused on some of the latest security news. Kicking off the episode, the team looks at the latest FBI report on Active Shooters (Active Shooter Incidents 20-Year Review, 2000-2019) and how organizations can integrate this information into their security planning and preparedness. Then they switch over to talk about a threat that grows stronger each month - Ransomware. Jen breaks down the latest ransomware activity and reminds organizations to not go at it alone! Then while Dave is dancing on mute, the risk roulette goes into some topics about opting out of some services that may feel forced, and the upcoming summer season (Fourth of July) and the security precautions organizations need to remember when planning events. Andy then wraps up the episode sharing how much he loved a certain movie that was Dave's favorite book of all time. Dave might have had something....or three minutes....to say something about it. Some references from the episode: Beer, cheese, fuel, and now meat. What’s next? - Armis  Amazon to share your Internet with neighbors on Tuesday - How to opt out Gate 15 HEPS FBI Active Shooter Resources A Study of the Pre-Attack Behaviors of Active Shooters in the United States Between 2000 and 2013 What’s Your Plan?  Additional Links: https://blog.malwarebytes.com/malwarebytes-news/2021/06/ransomware-to-be-investigated-like-terrorism/ https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2021/jun/04/fbi-christopher-wray-cyberattacks-9-11 https://cybersecurityventures.com/global-ransomware-damage-costs-predicted-to-reach-250-billion-usd-by-2031/ https://gate15.global/the-gate-15-interview-ransomware-running-rampant/ And more.... can be found on the Gate 15 Website blog posts: https://gate15.global/blog/
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