Blockchain Won't Save the World: S1E19 Voting on Blockchain
Anthony Day with Sheila Nix & Jason Truppi,
Blockchain Won't Save the World | July 2020
Sheila Nix (former Joe Biden campaign manager) and ShiftState's Jason Truppi join Anthony Day's podcast to provide a detailed view into how blockchain is already being used in U.S. state and local elections, what the key capabilities are for mobile voting platforms, and how they have overcome bias and challenges around security, UX, and standards to drive transformation in the U.S. and Europe.
Dangers of Data Sprawl Increase during the Remote Work Revolution
Jason Truppi, CBR Online | May 2020
As software eats the world, more and more companies are investing in outsourced development and cloud data storage, leading to increased data sprawl and significant risk to businesses. Yet there are mitigation techniques to employ to reduce this risk and protect your organization from falling victim to the next data breach.
Voting During A Pandemic: COVID-19 Safe Voting and Elections
Andre McGregor | April 2020
America already has a tough time getting its electorate to the polls, and with COVID-19 concerns for congregating in polling places, the constitutional right to vote may become a life or death activity for some. Technology-enabled elections will be a consideration for jurisdictions looking to provide safe voting options for upcoming elections.
FYSA: Do States Accept Ballots via Email?
S3 | April 2020
The Military and Overseas Voter Empowerment (MOVE) Act of 2010 was established to help military members serving overseas and citizens living abroad (UOCAVA voters) vote more effectively in U.S. elections. Check out which states can submit marked ballots via email and the current requirements in place.
Cybersecurity during COVID-19: Considerations for the Healthcare Industry
Jon Fisher | April 2020
The potential to exploit vulnerabilities in the healthcare industry has increased as we turn our attention to the more pressing matters of managing COVID-19. The unfortunate truth is, this pandemic provides an opportunity for criminals to further their activities for financial gain, but there are ways for medical facilities to prepare.
Securing Remote Workers: Tips for Corporate Defenders
Jason Truppi | March 2020
Securing your workforce outside of the office can sound like an intimidating task, but it doesn't have to be. Now that most organizations have initiated a remote work policy in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s time to think about your policies, procedures, and tooling for the massive increase in remote workers.
Working from Home Securely: Tips from an FBI Cyber Prepper
Andre McGregor | March 2020
Now more than ever, the ability to work from home securely is essential. Check out these top tips from an FBI Cyber prepper on how to take control of your phone, your most private data, and most importantly, your personal security.
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ShiftState Security: Meet the Founders
S3 | February 2020
From their joint time as Cyber Special Agents in the FBI, to their experience leading security functions at Tanium, Jason and Andre have a collective more than 30 years of experience practicing cybersecurity in both the public and private sectors. Now they've set their sites on securing SMBs through ShiftState Security.