TÜV SÜD's "Safety First" podcast deals with cybersecurity, data protection and more. Anyone – employees, self-employed entrepreneurs or simply interested individuals – seeking to make the best possible use of the opportunities offered by digitisation should also be aware of its risks and able to deal with them. You can listen and subscribe to "Safety First" on the usual podcast apps and at: https://www.tuvsud.com/podcast
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The market for smart and connected medical devices is growing continuously. They offer a wide range of innovative applications in the healthcare system. In this podcast episode, Francisco Navarro, cybersecurity expert for medical devices, and Nawid Sayed, product and sales manager for cybersecurity and data protection, discuss the resulting challenges for cybersecurity and data protection.
Mitko Vasilev, technology expert in the fields of IoT, mixed reality and robotics, explains the basics of Zero Trust Architecture as an alternative IT security model. While traditional data security strategies work according to the "trust but verify" approach, Zero Trust Architecture only grants access to those who really need it.
In this episode, Matthew Rosenquist, an internationally renowned US-American cybersecurity expert, shares his views on the new normal in cyber security with a special look at SMEs. All too often they are still an easy target for attackers. But with a few basic measures they can protect themselves more effectively. And this is not primarily a question of expensive IT-technology. With this episode we say goodbye for a short summer break. Stay safe and hear you again on 1 September!
More and more industries are adopting 3D printing and additive manufacturing as standard. Unlike prototypes, however, series production places new demands on quality and security, including cybersecurity measures. TÜV SÜD experts Gregor Reischle and Danqing Zhang explain how this can work.
In this podcast episode, we discuss with cybersecurity expert Mirko Ross what the Internet of Things (IoT) lacks in terms of security and how it can become more secure. The dangers for the ever-increasing number of IoT devices are invisible but nevertheless very real.
Sam Curry, Chief Security Officer of Cybereason, shares his views on the future of cybersecurity after the impact of the coronavirus crisis: How are the pandemic and the accompanying economic situation affecting cybersecurity? Who is benefitting from these developments? Is COVID-19 changing the threat landscape, and how can we prepare for it? Sam also share the two most important aspects that companies should consider about their own cybersecurity.
COVID-19 and the corona pandemic are confronting us with unprecedented challenges, including in the field of cybersecurity. TÜV SÜD expert Sudhir Ethiraj explains in the current podcast episode what this means for people working from home, but also for critical infrastructures and corporate supply chains. Also in this episode: Recommendations from the Charter of Trust, a global alliance for more cybersecurity, on how to reduce risks when working remotely.
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