In the latest episode of the Risk Roundtable, Andy, Jen, and Dave look at some recent events (Oldsmar) while looking ahead to upcoming events that may present risks (Qanon, the George Floyd murder trial, and upcoming religious holidays) but only after talking about Andy's taste in shirts. Then in the risk roulette, which Dave forgot again to find music for (or did he), Dave wonders about weather preparedness is overhyped while Jen circles back to lessons learned from Solar Winds and the concept of "zero trust" - not in Andy and Dave but in terms of cybersecurity. The gang wraps up talking about some of their struggles and what they are watching. But that's not all - after the credits Dave may have redeemed himself with a new theme for the risk roulette.
Some of the links from today's episode:
YouTube: Treatment Plant Intrusion Press Conference, 08 Feb.
WaterISAC: 15 Cybersecurity Fundamentals for Water and Wastewater Utilities
Gate 15: Blended Threats: Did Florida’s Cyber Attack Whet Your Appetite for Better Preparedness and Security?
NSA: NSA Issues Guidance on Zero Trust Security Model
Forrester: Zero Trust Is Not A Security Solution; It’s A Strategy
The Hacker News: SolarWinds Blame Intern for Weak Password That Led to Biggest Attack in 2020
Vice: QAnon Isn’t So Sure Trump Will Magically Become President Again on March 4
Ready.gov: Plan Ahead for Disasters
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