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Episode 76: Exploring Security in the Past, Present, and Future with Anton Chuvakin

Episode 76: Exploring Security in the Past, Present, and Future with Anton Chuvakin

Security Advisor at Office of the CISO and Co-Host of Google's Cloud Security Podcast, Dr. Anton Chuvakin, chats with Caroline about the past, present and future: how a hacked computer shifted his interest from physics to security, how threats from the 80s still plague orgaizations, and how cybersecurity will continue to spill out of the digital realm into the physical world.

Some helpful links on things mentioned in the episode:

Anton's security predictions back in 2010:

A review on those predictions 10 years later:

Related episodes from Anton's Cloud Security podcast:

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