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We all go through moments of doubt and uncertainty. But how do we stop them from holding us back? Trust expert Rachel Botsman speaks with incredible guests – from soldiers to poker players and psychologists to hostage negotiators – that will change the way you think about trust. Heart-warming – and at times heart-stopping – these conversations ask what happens when we confront our trust issues, face our fears and open our minds to new possibilities. For an even deeper dive into the insights ...
 
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The ISF Podcast brings you cutting-edge conversation, tailored to CISOs, CTOs, CROs, and other global security pros. In every episode of the ISF Podcast, Chief Executive, Steve Durbin speaks with rule-breakers, collaborators, culture builders, and business creatives who manage their enterprise with vision, transparency, authenticity, and integrity. From the Information Security Forum, the leading authority on cyber, information security, and risk management.
 
How does work culture shape human behavior and experience? How do humans create cultures? From uncomfortable truths to heart-to-heart conversations, Culture First uncovers what it really takes to build a better world of work. We all aspire to rise above the day-to-day commotion and bring more humanity into our work lives. Our host Damon Klotz is dedicated to understanding how we find meaning in our work and how to better the experience humans have within organizations. Join him as he explore ...
 
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Today, ISF CEO Steve Durbin sits down with trust expert, author, and lecturer at Oxford University, Rachel Botsman. They discuss the nature of trust, how trust differs from transparency, and how to build a culture of trust within your organisation. Read the transcript of this episode Subscribe to the ISF Podcast wherever you listen to podcasts Conn…
 
In this episode, Damon sits down with Rachel Botsman, a leading expert and author on trust in the modern world, to discuss the positive impact of trust in the workplace. You'll hear Rachel and Damon discuss: How Rachel navigated the changes to her professional life without being on physical stages with audiences. The process Rachel uses before she …
 
ISF CEO Steve Durbin speaks with computer programmer, philanthropist, and co-founder of Apple, Steve Wozniak. Woz reminisces about the past and looks into the future of Big Tech, and considers what both could mean for the future of security. Read the transcript of this episode Subscribe to the ISF Podcast wherever you listen to podcasts Connect wit…
 
Today, ISF CEO Steve Durbin is in conversation with Max McKeown, a writer, consultant, and researcher specialising in innovation strategy, leadership and culture. He and Steve talk about effective communication, resilience, and how to lead with long-term vision when you feel overwhelmed by day-to-day tasks. Read the transcript of this episode Subsc…
 
In this episode, ISF CEO Steve Durbin speaks with Dr. Sadie Creese, a professor of Cybersecurity at Oxford University. Dr. Creese is the founding Director of the Global Cyber Security Capacity Centre (GCSCC) at the Oxford Martin School and a member of the World Economic Forum’s Cyber Security Centre’s Strategic Advisory Board. She and Steve discuss…
 
Why do some social movements succeed while others fail? In this episode, Ravi talks to Jeremy Heimans, CEO of Purpose, a Public Benefit Corporation that builds and supports movements for an open, just, and habitable world. Together they discuss big social changes like same-sex marriage, drug legalisation, climate action and many more.…
 
Today, ISF CEO Steve Durbin is in conversation with Dr. Brian Cox, professor of Particle Physics at the University of Manchester. Dr. Cox worked on the ATLAS experiment at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN in Switzerland and has co-written several books on physics, including Why does E=mc2? and The Quantum Universe. He’s also known for appearances …
 
In this episode, Damon sits down with Lainie Tayler the General Manager People at Carman's Kitchen & Founder of HR Squad to discuss reimagining the employee experience and how to retain your best employees. Lainie Tayler is the founder of HR Squad and an experienced Performance Coach, whose mission is to help people achieve their professional and p…
 
What are social norms and how do we change them for the better? In the first episode of Series 2 of The Mission podcast, Ravi is joined by Betsy Paluck, Professor of Psychology and Public Affairs at Princeton University, to discuss how social norms evolve over time and how we can use them to shift public opinion on big societal issues.…
 
Today, ISF CEO Steve Durbin and host Tavia Gilbert give a preview of the upcoming season of the ISF Podcast, which features conversations with ISF’s Digital Congress 2021 keynote speakers. Read the transcript of this episode Subscribe to the ISF Podcast wherever you listen to podcasts Connect with us on LinkedIn and Twitter From the Information Sec…
 
In this episode, originally released in December 2020, Steve welcomes motivational speaker, corporate consultant, and educator Reggie Butler back to the podcast. Reggie last connected with Steve in 2018 for an episode of our videocast (link below). Today’s conversation focuses on what we’ve learned through the experience of working from home during…
 
In this episode, Damon sits down with Anna Binder from Asana to talk about the journey she’s been on as she’s scaled Asana. As the newest board member of Culture Amp, Anna built a culture powered by clarity, co-creation, and inclusion and shares what she learned from her role at Asana and talk about what’s next for people leaders in 2022 Anna Binde…
 
In this episode, ISF CEO Steve Durbin and podcast host Tavia Gilbert dive deeper into this season’s theme of Digital Transformation. We've had a handful of guests, including Jonathan Moore, Bob Phibbs, and Mel Shakir, and today Steve shares his own perspective about this current moment of Digital Transformation. Read the transcript of this episode …
 
In this episode, ISF CEO Steve Durbin speaks with Mel Shakir, Managing Director of DreamIt Ventures, about his work helping cybersecurity startups reach their full potential. They discuss how helping cybersecurity startups can reach their full potential and how CISOs can keep up with changing cybersecurity software in this time of digital transform…
 
Today, ISF CEO Steve Durbin is in conversation with Bob Phibbs, “The Retail Doctor.” Bob is recognized as a leading expert on brick-and-mortar retailers, and he has consulted for, among others, Caesar’s Palace, Lego, Omega, Vera Bradley, and Yamaha. Bob shares his perspective on digital transformation in the retail market, building a solid team, an…
 
In this episode, ISF CEO Steve Durbin sits down with Jonathan Moore, CTO of SpiderOak, a data security software design firm in Silicon Valley. Steve and Jonathan discuss digital transformation, creating zero trust models that work, and the future of information security and Big Tech. Read the transcript of this episode Subscribe to the ISF Podcast …
 
In this episode, originally released in November, 2020, Steve is in conversation with philosopher, author, and speaker Anders Indset. Steve and Anders discuss the importance of leaders engaging in what he calls a “self audit,” having the strength and courage to get vulnerable, the importance of listening, and more. Mentioned in this episode: Arne N…
 
In this episode, ISF CEO Steve Durbin speaks with Josh Jackson, Global Head of Government and Public Services for 6clicks and the Executive Director of the AI Association. As the AI Association’s leader, Jackson advocates and educates government agencies, including the U.S. Congress, about artificial intelligence. Steve and Josh discuss the future …
 
Today, ISF CEO Steve Durbin speaks with Jonathan Brill, futurist and author of the new book, Rogue Waves: Future-Proof Your Business to Survive and Profit from Radical Change. They discuss ways organizations can prepare for the confluence of small events that can add up to major disruption, developing institutional resilience, and how to strategies…
 
Our season six theme is disruption, and today ISF CEO Steve Durbin and ISF Podcast host Tavia Gilbert discuss a paper on global cyber crisis. This is a paper that the ISF wrote for the Astana Club, to which Steve is a regular contributor. Last week, we talked about how most governments seem to be struggling with how to rein in big tech companies in…
 
Our theme this season is disruption, and today, ISF CEO Steve Durbin and podcast host Tavia Gilbert discuss digital totalitarianism, a topic based on the ISF's reporting for the Astana Club, an international discussion platform that gathers prominent political figures, diplomats, and experts from the world's top analytical centers. Today’s conversa…
 
Today is the start of a new season focusing on global disruption. It will feature a mix of conversations between Steve Durbin, CEO of the ISF, our host Tavia Gilbert, and expert guests. This episode provides a summary of the themes that will be explored in this series, namely: Steve Durbin’s contribution to the Astana Club Top 10 Risks for Eurasia …
 
https://bit.ly/3dMNgcH In this episode, originally released on January 26, 2021, ISF CEO Steve Durbin talks with Dame Inga Beale, the former CEO of Lloyd’s of London, about the role that listening played when she became the first (and only) female CEO in Lloyd’s more than 300-year history. They also discuss the courage and effectiveness of simplici…
 
https://bit.ly/3w4PjPz ISF CEO Steve Durbin and Tavia Gilbert close out the Authors Roundtable season, discussing what they’ve learned from interviews over the past four episodes with Thomas Eisenmann, Michele Wucker, Michelle Seiler Tucker, and Matt Blumberg. They review what they learned from each of those conversations and link those conversatio…
 
https://bit.ly/3ycpEGv In today’s episode, ISF CEO Steve Durbin speaks with Matt Blumberg, a technology entrepreneur and business builder based in New York City, co-founder and CEO of Bolster, and the author of Startup CEO and the new release, Startup CXO: A Field Guide to Scaling Up Your Company's Critical Functions and Teams. Steve and Matt discu…
 
https://bit.ly/3vLxFAr In today’s episode, ISF CEO Steve Durbin is in conversation with Michelle Seiler Tucker, speaker, author, and CEO of Seiler Tucker, a business that specializes in mergers and acquisitions. Michelle speaks with Steve about her newest book, Exit Rich: The 6P Method to Sell Your Business for a Huge Profit. They discuss tips on s…
 
https://bit.ly/3wCmKKo In this episode, Steve Durbin speaks with commentator and policy analyst Michele Wucker, author of The Gray Rhino: How To Recognize and Act on the Obvious Dangers We Ignore and You Are What You Risk: The New Art and Science of Navigating an Uncertain World. Steve and Michele discuss individual and collective risk appetite, th…
 
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