- Season 2 of the Rethinking Cyber podcast features unparalleled level of insights into securing our cyber future
- The panel of distinguished guests includes HE Kersti Kaljulaid, former President of Estonia, Robert Lee, CEO and Co-Founder, Dragos and John Defterios, Advisor and ex-CNN anchor
- Viewers and listeners can access the podcast through Spotify and Apple
The Global Cybersecurity Forum (GCF) has launched the second season of its Rethinking Cyber podcast, bringing together the world’s best minds once again for agenda-setting conversations that revolutionise the way we think about Cyberspace.
Amid tremendous global challenges and equally, opportunities in Cyberspace, Rethinking Cyber provides a timely platform for rich, nuanced discussion.
Leading voices from across sectors, industries and geographies will come together to explore topics that integrate the social, geopolitical, economic, behavioural and technical drivers shaping Cyberspace. This multi-disciplinary approach ensures that the intersections of critical topics are at the forefront of the conversation.
Expert guests include HE Kersti Kaljulaid, former President of Estonia; Robert Lee, CEO and Co-Founder, Dragos; and John Defterios, Advisor and ex-CNN anchor, demonstrating the breadth of expertise and experiences informing conversations ahead of the Global Cybersecurity Forum’s 2023 edition in Riyadh.
For those who are unable to attend the event on ground, the podcast also provides an exclusive glimpse of the discussions unfolding. Dr Mary Aiken, a world-leading expert in cyberpsychology, joined live at the 2022 edition for a special episode of the podcast covering a new global sector, ‘safety tech’, the psychology of cybercriminals and why we must encourage women to enter the field of cyberpsychology. Similarly, listeners can expect an insider’s look into the 2023 edition during Season 2.
Alaa M. Alfaadhel, Initiatives and Partnerships Lead at GCF, said: “Through the Rethinking Cyber podcast, the GCF facilitates nuanced discussions on seizing the many opportunities presented by Cyberspace, while advancing its stability and security. This is a shared global responsibility and a core focus as we eagerly countdown to GCF’s annual event in November.”Click below to share this article