Interview: Talos's Martin Lee on cybersecurity - TechCentral

Interview: Talos’s Martin Lee on cybersecurity

Martin Lee

Thank you for downloading the TechCentral podcast. In this episode, Duncan McLeod chats via a Cisco TelePresence room in Johannesburg to Martin Lee, technical lead within Cisco’s Talos Security Intelligence and Research Group based in Oxford in the UK, about the latest developments and best practices in information security.

In the podcast, Lee, who is a certified information systems security professional and chartered engineer, discusses how businesses should be dealing with the fast-growing risks associated with online computing.

How should businesses mitigate against serious breaches, and what should they do when they are actually attacked and lose sensitive data? What are the right and wrong ways to deal with an information breach?

The discussion touches on everything from the emerging Internet of things to how to deal with the thorny issue of encryption in a world of crime and terrorism. Lee also explores what individuals can and should be doing to better secure themselves better online.

It’s a great discussion. Don’t miss it!

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