ThycoticCentrify/Cybrary – 401 Access Denied Podcast
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ThycoticCentrify/Cybrary - 401 Access Denied Podcast
|Company size (employees)||500 to 999|
|Type of solution||Service|
401 Access Denied is a bi-weekly podcast co-produced by ThycoticCentrify, a leading provider of cloud identity security solutions, and Cybrary, the world renowned cybersecurity and IT workforce training platform. Hosted by seasoned cybersecurity expert Joseph Carson, Advisory CISO & Chief Security Scientist at ThycoticCentrify, the 401 Access Denied podcast provides listeners with authorized access to real-life stories and advice from leading cybersecurity experts, best practices for navigating security challenges and so much more.
The host has more than 25 years of experience in cybersecurity: Carson is an ethical hacker turned multi-award-winning info security professional.
Every two weeks, Carson invites industry peers on the podcast to discuss all things security, from hot topics to current events to behind the scenes techniques, dissecting what’s really going on in today’s world of cybersecurity. Topics include everything from how a college graduate can find a job in cybersecurity and develop the necessary skills, to how CISOs can prevent ransomware attacks and insider threats.
As cybercriminals become more sophisticated and the threat landscape continues to evolve, it is imperative that security professionals, both aspiring and seasoned, are aware of the latest trends and threats. 401 Access Denied serves as a valuable, current educational resource to organizations and security practitioners. The podcast also looks to inspire the next generation of security professionals as the number of qualified and skilled security professionals remains small and in high demand.
1. Podcast host Joseph Carson has a wealth of knowledge and experience in the cybersecurity industry, providing invaluable insight and free advice to listeners.
2. 401 Access Denied covers a broad range of current topics relevant to individuals, organizations, students, or cybersecurity veterans. There is something for everyone whether you are a CISO/CTO or new to the industry.
3. The podcast is tackling the ongoing skills gap in the cybersecurity industry and inspiring the next generation of cybersecurity leaders and CISOs.