ISMG's Editors' Panel: US Election Security Lessons LearnedAnalyzing Biden's Cybersecurity Executive Order, Cybercrime Investigations and More
Election security improvements, the push for all software to ship with a "bill of materials" and the results of a long-running investigation into a lucrative digital advertising scam are among the latest cybersecurity topics to be featured for analysis by a panel of Information Security Media Group editors.
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Join the editors - Tom Field, senior vice president of editorial; Anna Delaney, director of productions; Tony Morbin, executive news editor for the EU; and Mathew Schwartz, executive editor of DataBreachToday and Europe - to watch them discuss:
- Lessons learned from securing 2020 U.S. elections, including excerpts from an interview with Elvis Chan, the FBI supervisory special agent who's been helping lead the bureau's election security efforts;
- Key takeaways from an interview with former DHS official Adam Isles on President Biden's recently released executive order, including the significance of software security standards and the push for a software bill of materials, or SBOM, for all software that gets sold;
- A U.S. jury finding Russian national Aleksandr Zhukov - a self-professed "king of fraud" - guilty of perpetrating the $7 million "Methbot" digital advertising scam.
The ISMG Editors' Panel runs weekly. Don't miss our previous instalments, including the May 28 edition looking at cyber insurance, persistent ransomware attacks and whether ransom payments should be banned; and the May 21 edition, which among other topics discusses tactics for improving hiring practices, increasing workforce diversity and achieving sustainable resiliency.