In Episode 6 of the Simple Cyber Podcast, we talk to Dan Holman and Eric Flis from Worldstack about the increasing need to have a multi-disciplinary and proactive approach to cyber threat intelligence, and how such an approach can support governments and businesses to...
At Risk Research
Internet 2.0 has identified researchers and intellectual property (IP) at risk of the PRC’s technology transfer program. The purpose of this study is to use data to understand the wider cooperation in research and academia between the United States and the People’s Republic of China (PRC). Using publicly available data, macro and micro analysis can identify who and what is at greatest risk of the PRC’s Technology Acquisition Program.
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Episode 5 – Cybersecurity start-ups
In Episode 5 of the Simple Cyber Podcast we talk to Ryan Janosevic, co-founder and chief operating officer at Retrospect Labs about what it takes to be a successful cyber security start-up and what it is like operating in the Australian cyber security sector.
Episode 4 – Cybersecurity and the Media
In this special episode of the Simple Cyber podcast, Jamie Tarabay, Bloomberg News reporter, joins Robert Potter, our Co-Founder & CEO, to discuss the importance and impact of the media in cybersecurity.
Episode 3 – A New Approach to Cyber Forensics
In this episode of the Simple Cyber podcast, Chris Lawley, our CCO, and our Co-Founder & CEO Robert Potter, discuss the new approach to cyber forensics and intelligence analysis that Internet 2.0 is pioneering. This episode focuses on how diversity of skills,...
Episode 2 – Cyber Vulnerabilities, Working From Home
In this episode of the Simple Cyber podcast, two senior members of our Advisory Board, Christopher Painter and Maria Macnamara, dive into the new model of remote work. In their discussion, they seek to address the security challenges that have emerged as businesses...
Episode 1 – Business Email Compromise
In this episode of the Simple Cyber podcast, our Chief Commercial Officer, Chris Lawley, sits down to interview David Robinson. David is the Co-CEO and Co-Founder of Internet 2.0, and a retired Australian Army Intelligence Officer with deep expertise in the threats to...