Threat Source newsletter (June 16, 2022) — Three top takeaways from Cisco Live

By Jon Munshaw. 

imageWelcome to this week’s edition of the Threat Source newsletter. 
I’m still decompressing from Cisco Live and the most human interaction I’ve had in a year and a half.  
But after spending a few days on the show floor and interacting with everyone, there are a few things that stand out to me about the state of security and what people are interested in at Cisco Live. So, I wanted to take some time to highlight a few things that stood out to me at this year’s Cisco Live. Editor’s note: The Threat Source newsletter will be on a summer break next week, so no new edition! 
Don’t think about the worst 
A lot of our lightning talks at the Cisco Secure Pub this week centered around some crazy days, many of which left us scrambling — the Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack, Log4J, Kaseya, you name it. The problem is no one wants to think about how awful these days are. 
During these talks, I saw a lot of heads in the audience nodding around how we need to be prepared for the worst, but no one wants to talk about that. Who wants to be

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