Maersk CISO on NotPetya recovery, workforce harmony and what makes a security chief, Why Business Leaders Need to Understand Their Algorithms, How to Do a Digital Detox: 3 Easy Steps for Success, and more!
Nate Fick is the GM of Elastic Security. Earlier this month, Elastic announced a radical change to how endpoint protection is offered, doing away with per-endpoint pricing. We'd like to spend 5-10 mins talking about why, and the remainder of the show talking about a topic Nate has talked and written about extensively: organizational cybersecurity. Cybersecurity has historically been perceived as an enigma - a world of hackers lurking in the shadows - which reinforces the idea that the only way to stop them is with highly trained security experts at large enterprises with multi-million dollar budgets. To learn more about Elastic Security, visit: https://securityweekly.com/elastic
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CISOs left in compromising position as organisations tout cyber robustness, Why Your Organization Needs an Innovation Ecosystem, How businesses can accelerate innovation, The Highest Performing Teams Have These 4 Mindsets, and more!
Scott Petry is the CEO of Authentic8. Scott Petry has been using the cloud to disrupt the information security market for nearly 20 years. He founded Postini in 1999, which pioneered the cloud-delivered service model for email security and content compliance. After Postini was acquired by Google, Scott remained as Director of Product Management for Google Enterprise. In 2010, he co-founded Authentic8, a secure virtual browser solution designed to address the inherent lack of security in the protocols the world uses to access the web. He graduated with a B.S. from San Diego State University.
To learn more about Authentic8, visit: https://securityweekly.com/authentic8
5 questions with Cisco's CISO, The CIO role, from IT operator to business strategist, Making the case for integrated risk management, Gartner's strategic tech trends for 2020: Part 1, augmenting skills, and much more!
Brendon Macaraeg is the Sr. Director of Product Marketing of Signal Sciences. Focus on the people, processes and tools a dev team needs to put an effective security program in place. Discuss how to improve listener's current program and tooling to develop, release secure code and proactively protect their apps in prod. Four potential key tactics or areas to cover.
To learn more about Signal Sciences, visit: https://securityweekly.com/signalsciences
Balancing the Company’s Needs and Employee Satisfaction, Why Successful People Wear The Same Thing Every Day, What industry gets wrong about cyber insurance, and much more!
Henry Harrison is the CTO of Garrison. A contrarian in the security industry, Henry Harrison of Garrison believes the only way forward is to implement security on the foundational level through Hardsec. An evangelizing approach that emerged out of research and development from the UK’s national security, hardsec relies on hardware security executed through the use of non-turing machines digital logic – chips that are too dumb to be hacked – to eliminate cyber threats. This moves away from the generic chip sets and advocates for a more unique and specialized chip set for devices where security is paramount. During this conversation, Henry can talk about this approach and what it would take for it to become widely adopted.
This week, we welcome Kevin O'Brien, Co-founder and CEO at GreatHorn, to discuss email security.
Merlin Namuth is a former CISO. Namuth has over 24 years of IT experience with the last 21 years focused in security. His experience includes building and running numerous security programs, program management, managing incident response teams, computer forensics, compliance, architecture, and engineering complex security solutions.
In the leadership and communications section, Two Big Reasons that Digital Transformations Fail, DevSecOps model requires security get out of its comfort zone, 3 things CIOs should discuss with the CEO to optimize cybersecurity, and more!
In this segment, we'll share the results of our Security Weekly 25 Index Survey, which we completed earlier this year.
It's our quarterly security money segment and we'll review the Security Weekly 25 index.
In the leadership and communications section, The 5 Enemies of Trustworthy Leadership, 5 Things Leaders Do That Stifle Innovation, 'What's Your Purpose'? Big Tech's 7 Favorite Interview Questions, and more!
Ty Sbano is the Cloud Chief Information Security Officer of Sisense. Ty graduated from Penn State University with a B.S. in Information Science & Technology and from Norwich University with a M.S. in Information Assurance. He currently holds a CISSP, CEH, CCSK and CPT. To learn more, please visit – tysbano.com.
In the articles, they cover Why New Leaders Should Make Decisions Slowly, The Missing Ingredient in Kraft Heinz’s Restructuring, Shift to digital business is booming, but are CEOs ignoring associated risk?, and much more!
In the leadership and communications section, Of the 4 manager types, only 1 boosts employee performance 26%, How to Look and Sound Confident During a Presentation, 2020 IT spending priorities — and the traps a cloud shift creates, and more!
Jeff Costlow is the Head of Security at ExtraHop. Organizations looking to embrace the speed and flexibility of the cloud need to shift gears in security as well, moving towards a cloud-first approach that combines complete visibility with behavioral- and- rule-based threat detection. Learn how the SOC Visibility Triad pairs network detection and response with endpoint detection and response and SIEM tools in order to help you strengthen your cloud security posture.
To learn more about ExtraHop, visit: https://securityweekly.com/extrahop
In the leadership and communications section, Troublesome Teammates, Email challenges and how to set boundaries, Cybersecurity confidence rattled by continued investments, small results, and more!
Brian Lamoureux is a Partner at Pannone Lopes Devereaux & O'Gara LLC. Is Big Tech heading down the same road of Big Tobacco?
Chris Bush is the Head of Security at ObserveIT. He will be discussing: Investigating the Insider Threat.
To learn more about ObserveIT, visit: https://securityweekly.com/observeit
Why So Many Companies Fail at Strategy and How to Fix It, 8 Things Leaders Do That Make Employees Quit, The changing role of the CIO, How to Rehearse for an Important Presentation, and 10 Steps To Get Started In Cybersecurity Careers: What High-Achievers Do While Others Don't!
Brian Reed is the Chief Mobility Officer at NowSecure. Brian discusses mobile-app traffic now outpaces mobile web traffic, yet for many organizations mobile security drags behind web leaving businesses at risk. In fact, industry benchmarks show 85% of mobile apps have security issues and 72% have mobile privacy issues. As more organizations build mobile apps to engage with customers in delightful experiences and drive digital transformation, dev and security teams are looking for ways to ensure security and privacy are built in. The mobile app security techstack now includes tools purpose-built for mobile that automate testing and integrate into the SDLC. Let's enable the business to deliver secure mobile apps faster.
To learn more about NowSecure, visit: https://securityweekly.com/nowsecure
David X Martin is the CEO at DavidXMartin, LLC. He is passionate about helping business leaders sleep better at night – by equipping them with critical cyber risk management tools that protect their enterprises while enhancing strategic business growth. David will be covering Critical Business Decision Making - IT vs Business Making.
In the Leadership and Communications segment, The elements of a good company apology, 8 ways leaders delegate successfully, there's no shame in working on vacation and more!