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The video discusses the importance of data sovereignty and cyber security, and how they are both important for businesses and governments. The video also discusses the importance of having good communication and intuition skills for security officers, in order to minimize the risk of injury or data breach.

  • 00:00:00 This young person tells the story of how he got his first break in the industry, which came from his father's watches.
  • 00:05:00 In this video, computer nerd Terry Nichol describes how he was given a break in his career by a chief information officer at the University of New Brunswick. Nichol credits this break with helping him learn about information technology and cyber security, which eventually led to his current career as a security officer.
  • 00:10:00 The video discusses the importance of cyber security, and how heavyweights such as the government and businesses rely on offensive measures in order to protect themselves from attacks. The speaker discusses a time when their bank was hit with a series of attacks, and how they were able to respond by using different firewalls and honeypots to track down the source of the attacks.
  • 00:15:00 The video discusses the importance of protecting a business's data, and how heavy weights the crown before color correction. Management, etc., need to be aware of the risks and take appropriate action, as there are always repercussions for not fulfilling an audit. The video also discusses how technology is not reserved for good, and how artificial intelligence can be used to attack a network. The experience of a cyber attack is discussed, and it is explained that the individual was attacked by accident. The cyber security professional at the university of new brunswick helped to solve the problem.
  • 00:20:00 Heavy Weighs The Crown is a video about an incident where a leaked database of confidential information from a university led to an embarrassing media frenzy. The video's main protagonist, a naval officer, discusses how he and his team responded to the breach and learned a lot about incident response.
  • 00:25:00 According to the author, there is precedence for government to government hacking back in the world, with Israel being a prime example. He believes that companies should stay away from this type of cyber warfare, as it is a losing battle.
  • 00:30:00 According to the speaker, Israel has a cyber unit of 10,000 people, which is why the country is not affected by the cyber-security pandemic as much as other countries. The speaker also mentions that he grew up in a poor neighborhood and had to do jobs that he didn't like, but eventually overcame these challenges. He advises others to be choosy when looking for a job, and to be aware of the psychological safety of the organization. Finally, the speaker discusses the idea of scapegoats, and how it exists in any role in an organization.
  • 00:35:00 The video discusses the heavy emotional burden that security officers and leaders in the healthcare industry face. It goes on to say that this burden contributes to high rates of burnout and stress, and that in order to minimize the risk of injury or data breach, it is important for security officers to have good intuition and communication skills.
  • 00:40:00 The author of the video argues that data sovereignty is not practical or feasible in today's world. He says that businesses must be willing to pay costs to keep their data within Canadian borders, and that governments must be clear with businesses about the risks and benefits of doing business with them.
  • 00:45:00 The video discusses the importance of data sovereignty, and how it depends on the goals of a country. It also discusses the emergence of data consortiums, and the importance of cyber security.

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