Insights From a Distinguished Law Enforcement Veteran

December 16, 2019 • Monica Todros

Our guest this week is Edward Davis. He’s president and CEO of The Edward Davis Company, a business strategy and security services firm, but he is perhaps best known for his role as former police commissioner for the city of Boston — a role he had during the tragic Boston Marathon bombing in 2013. In the aftermath of that event, he was the face of the city, as his team coordinated and collaborated with other local and national law enforcement agencies.

We discuss his experience with the Boston Marathon bombing, get his insights on law enforcement in the age of ransomware, and hear his thoughts on the role of threat intelligence. Joining this episode’s conversation is Recorded Future’s Allan Liska.

This podcast was produced in partnership with the CyberWire.

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