Friday, December 1, 2023
Reflecting on 2023 Predictions – What We Got Right and Wrong
Last year we made three predictions about what would happen in the world of cybersecurity. How did we do? Join host Ken Kadet and guests Anudeep Parhar, Greg Wetmore, and Mark Ruchie for a discussion on how 2023 took shape in both expected and surprising ways.
Friday, November 10, 2023
Threats to Artificial Intelligence
The world is relying more on artificial intelligence to improve the way we do business, serve citizens, and live our lives. How can we protect AI from itself and the forces that would put the potential benefits it creates at risk? Join host Ken Kadet and guests Greg Wetmore and Pali Surdhar to learn more.
Friday, October 20, 2023
Fight Deepfakes, Synthetic Identities and Fraud in Banking
Deepfakes and synthetic identities are posing a threat to banks and financial organizations – organizations that are required to “know your customer”. Join host Ken Kadet as he speaks with Jordan Avnaim, CISO at Entrust, and Greg Wetmore, VP of Product Development at Entrust about how you can protect customers in an increasingly AI-driven landscape.
Thursday, September 28, 2023
How AI Will Impact Enterprise Security
AI has started an arms race in cybersecurity. Will this continue to escalate or is AI just the latest tool where winning requires an ongoing state of Zero Trust? Join host Ken Kadet as he speaks to Greg Wetmore (VP of Software Development, Entrust) and Rishi Kaushal (CIO, Entrust) about AI from the enterprise security perspective.
Wednesday, August 23, 2023
CISA's Strategic Plan - what Enterprises can Learn
CISA's (Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency’s) strategic plan was just recently released and focuses on four key areas: cyber defense, risk reduction and resilience, operational collaboration, and agency unification. What can we learn from this work? Where does it fall short? How is this elevating or helping the practice of cybersecurity in the US, and around the world? Join our host, Ken Kadet, as he talks about this and more with Entrust CISO Mark Ruchie and Paul Calatayud, Co-Founder & Chief Strategy Officer at ONDA Group and former CSO at Palo Alto Networks and CTO at FireMon.
Wednesday, July 19, 2023
War for the Wallet
What’s next in the war for the wallet, and how do you win? What can big banks, big tech, and big financial institutions learn from each other? Join our hosts Ken Kadet as he discusses the rapidly changing banking and payments landscape with industry experts who provide their insights on the risks and opportunities.
Tuesday, July 18, 2023
The Evolution of PQC, from Research to Standardization
In this podcast episode, host Samantha Mabey talks to Brian LaMacchia, President of FARCASTER Consulting Group and former distinguished Engineer for Cryptography at Microsoft, about the decades of research that’s gone into Post Quantum Cryptography (PQC), and how the pace and intensity of academic PQ research compares with previous eras of cryptography. They also discuss the standardization process of PQC, including the algorithms under review in the NIST competition today, and how PQC standards are likely to evolve in the future.
Tuesday, June 27, 2023
Post Quantum Series Episode 2: The Impact of Post-Quantum Cryptography on Constrained Devices
In this special post-quantum episode, guest host, Samantha Mabey, speaks with Dr. Sarah McCarthy, cryptographic strategist at evolutionQ and an affiliate of the University of Waterloo, and Anthony Hu, senior software developer at wolfSSL to discuss the impact of post-quantum on constrained devices from WIFI doorbells, to thermometers, to automotive tire pressure sensors and how these devices are going to manage algorithms that are at least 20x bigger and heavier than elliptic curve cryptography.
Thursday, June 22, 2023
Phishing, AI, Zero Trust
Entrust experts Mark Ruchie, Rishi Kaushal and Greg Wetmore takes on the evolution of phishing in our June Cybersecurity Institute podcast, going deep on phishing-resistant MFA, the impact of AI and ChatGPT, and more.
Friday, May 19, 2023
Building the Foundations for Zero Trust
Entrust experts Mark Ruchie, Rishi Kaushal and Greg Wetmore talk about the building blocks of a robust Zero Trust framework, the CISA maturity model and more. It’s clear from the discussion that today we find ourselves at a turning point – zero trust is now a priority and focus for leaders at the highest level of organizations and governments alike.
Monday, April 24, 2023
Post-Quantum Series Episode 1: The Road to PQ Preparedness
In this special post-quantum episode, guest host, Samantha Mabey, speaks with Sandy Carielli, Principal Analyst at Forrester, for her insights on the recent uptick in government action that has been taking place – such as the Quantum Computing Cybersecurity Preparedness Act – and what that means non-federal agencies. She also discusses some of the challenges organizations will face when it comes to preparing for and migrating to post-quantum cryptography.
Monday, March 20, 2023
The Future of Identity: Balancing Security and Convenience
In today's digital age, identity has become a powerful and valuable commodity. But who owns it, and how can we protect it? Join us in this episode of the Entrust Cybersecurity Institute podcast as we explore the future of identity with our team of experts. From the challenges of authentication and password security to the role of biometrics and digital government IDs, we'll delve into the key issues facing companies today. We'll also discuss the pros and cons of centralized vs. decentralized identity solutions, and share our predictions for what's to come.
Thursday, February 2, 2023
Has artificial intelligence (AI) finally arrived in software development? What are the implications for cybersecurity and the way organizations do business today? Join our host Ken Kadet as he discusses the future of AI with leaders in software development at Entrust who provide their insights on the present state of and future potential uses of AI.
Tuesday, December 6, 2022
The cybersecurity arms race is accelerating. That’s the clear lesson of 2022 for those of us committed to protecting organizations from the perils of cyberattacks. But what about the year to come? Join our host Ken Kadet as he speaks to the experts to find out their predictions for cybersecurity in 2023.
Friday, September 16, 2022
Quantum Computers: The Cryptographer’s Perspective
We talk with renowned quantum academic Dr. Michele Mosca, deputy director of the Institute for Quantum Computing, and founder and CEO of evolutionQ, and Mike Ounsworth, software security architect at Entrust, on the future of post-quantum cryptography: from the NIST competition, post-quantum digital certificates, and what organizations should do to prepare for and use PQC algorithms. From our Entrust Engage podcast’s Post Quantum Cryptography series, originally posted in September 2022.
Friday, July 8, 2022
The State of Quantum Computers
What is the current state of quantum computers, and what developments can we expect in the coming years? We talk with Richard Moulds, General Manager of AWS Bracket on the applications of quantum computers in coming years as well as how organizations are tapping into their capabilities today. He also shares how he sees quantum computing playing out, and how the democratization of the technology could make quantum computing available for all. From our Entrust Engage podcast’s Post Quantum Cryptography series, originally posted in July 2022.
Wednesday, June 15, 2022
Quantum Technology and Key Generation
We interview Duncan Jones, head of cybersecurity at Cambridge Quantum Computing, part of Quantinum, on the potential of quantum computers today, cryptographic keys, and harnessing quantum randomness for the development of random number generators (RNGs). From the Entrust Engage podcast Post Quantum Cryptography series, originally posted in June 2022.
Tuesday, June 7, 2022
Protect vs. Detect
Every time you see a big cybersecurity crisis or incident – like Colonial Pipeline, Solar Winds, log4j – leaders and Boards rush out to invest more in monitoring and detection technologies, but are we neglecting the "roads and bridges" of data protection and access management? Why do investments in cryptography infrastructure and access and policy management that protect your organization and data remain a harder sell? Entrust CIO Anudeep Parhar and Dr. Pali Surdhar, Director of Product Security share their unique perspectives and why enterprises must make the shift from rewarding the cybersecurity hero that saves the day to celebrating "no news is good news."
Monday, May 30, 2022
Post-Quantum and the Impact on Blockchain
How will quantum computing impact security of the blockchain? Blockchain expert Jon Geater, Chief Product & Technology Officer at RKVST and Pali Surdhar, Director of Product Security at Entrust break down the migration of today’s distributed ledger technology to one that’s quantum resistant, and address how blockchain technology will be affected in a post-quantum world. From the Entrust Engage podcast Post Quantum Cryptography series, originally posted in May 2022.
Tuesday, May 17, 2022
The Science Behind Quantum Computers
Host Samantha Mabey interviews award-winning quantum physicist and CEO of Nu Quantum, Dr. Carmen Palacios-Berraquero on the science of quantum computing, the main technologies at play in the industry, and the opportunities our growing understanding of quantum physics will enable. From the Entrust Engage podcast Post Quantum Cryptography series, originally posted in May 2022.
Tuesday, May 17, 2022
Introduction to Quantum Computing and Post-Quantum Cryptography (PQC)
Host Samantha Mabey speaks with Greg Wetmore, Entrust VP of Software Development to offer a gentle introduction to quantum computing, the post-quantum threat to encryption, and what’s being done to prepare for the post-quantum world. From the Entrust Engage podcast Post Quantum Cryptography series, originally posted in May 2022
Tuesday, May 10, 2022
Cyberwar in Ukraine: What it means for the enterprise
There's no bigger story right now than the Russian war in Ukraine, and without putting aside the daily human tragedy, it's also a cyberwar – one that could have far-reaching implications for enterprises and governments around the world. Entrust CIO Anudeep Parhar and CISO Mark Ruchie talk about what's happening, where we are today, and how you can help make your organization resilient in the face of attacks.