Category: Podcasts

Cybersecurity and widening the talent pool

Last year at the Cyber Security Challenge UK finals we spoke with Stephanie Daman, CEO, Cyber Security Challenge UK about the goals and aspirations of the competition. Unlike many in this industry Daman has a practical view of what is needed. She accepts that this is not just about building a long term educational programme.…

The benefits of a threat intelligence platform

Security analysts are struggling to utilise the data they have in an effective manner. They get bombarded with alerts about possible threats which are often false flags or inconsequential. They also struggle to build their own business intelligence solutions to extract the value from their data. Enterprise Times met up with Steve Ginty, co-founder of…

Making sense of threat intelligence data

Threat intelligence solutions are the latest “must-have” tool for IT security teams. The problem is that once installed, many struggle to deal with the vast amount of data they suddenly have at their fingertips. Part of the problem is that they lack the business intelligence and analytics skills of other parts of IT. This is…

Protecting visitors at IT security shows

Protecting your computer at IT shows used to be difficult. From the mid-1990’s onwards it was commonplace to find people attempting to hack into other delegates computers. It was so common that there was often a slot at shows where the network team would present what they had detected on the network. Despite this, even today, the…

Talking diversity with Jacqueline de Rojas

At the Sage Business Leaders conference in Dublin last week Enterprise Times caught up with Jacqueline de Rojas, Executive Vice President, Sage. As well as her role at Sage, de Rojas is also President of techUK. In both roles, de Rojas is a staunch supporter of diversity in the workplace. We took the opportunity to talk…

Gary Turner on the future of accounting

Cloud-based accounting company Xero recently launched its State of Accounts document. It sees a future where accountants can take advantage of their role as trusted advisor, especially for small to mid-sized enterprises. To do that they need to evolve their business model and look for new skills and new opportunities. Alongside the launch Gary Turner,…

Ian Murphy talks to Calista Redmond, IBM

At the recent OpenPOWER Summit Europe event, Enterprise Times co-editor Ian Murphy caught up with Calista Redmond, Vice President, IBM z Systems Ecosystem and President, OpenPOWER Foundation. This is the first time the OpenPOWER Foundation has run such a major event in Europe. It is also almost the end of Calista’s reign as President of the…