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Embark on a journey through the fascinating career trajectory of Matthew Rosenquist, where a passion for mathematics and a chance encounter with a white hat hacker laid the foundation for groundbreaking advancements in cybersecurity. From his formative years as a computer science enthusiast to shaping security strategies at Intel Corporation, Rosenquist's story epitomizes the fusion of technical expertise, innovation, and collaboration. Join us as we explore his insights into building effective security architectures and navigating the ever-evolving threat landscape.

 

 

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so my background had been I had been more of a a computer science guy when when when I was in the schools I loved maths Etc then I got acquainted with with my other um kind of uh co-founder for my first Venture who who was a hacker was still a hacker so I kind of observed him on how he does and thought about like how can we have algorithms to automate that so so I love though is was he a white hat hacker black hat hacker gry hat I mean what what kind of hacking were you involved in if you're willing to say yeah he he's a very timid person so he's an absolute white hat hacker so good my favorite kind okay good and and I love kind of deconstructing things whether it's deconstructing happiness as a problem or stress management or I had been Operation Center and I managed it I also landed and managed the CT team right the computer information security Response Team uh and I've done a whole bunch of different roles at Intel and and part of the beauty there is I also got to work with developers and engineers and Architects um I owned platform security for all it systems I uh built out the security for uh Intel's AI group and so I got to sit down throughout my career uh and you develop new methodologies understand the landscape figure out what worked and didn't had a lot of frustrating days you know dealing with all the challenges out there in trying to figure out okay how do we actually make technology trustworthy and I've spent many years advising Academia advising uh companies of all sizes Fortune 100 all the way down to to to very small companies um and governments around the world really around what are the emerging threats what are the opportunities that we can seize um and how is everything going to kind of evolve uh you know what are those risks and what can we do as industry Professionals in regards to best practices and Engineering developer developers coders Architects play such a crucial role not the only role it's all part of a team but it's a very very crucial role because that defines topic right let's should always be part of the discussion top so let's move on to the defense side like imagine if you have to build the security architecture of an organization so in order to build the effective build an effective security architecture how would you approach that and what would be your thinking model and what could be um architecture sample architecture so you can take it in the way you would like to this so again building um you know security for a company or for a technology or for an industry uh it's it's not easy it is I think it's fun myself but you know certain fundamental pieces have to be in place right first off you need Executive support because you're going to need money and things of that sort which means you have to again find that optimal level of security and it's important all the way down the chain all the way down to the developers and the engineers because you have to know there's a there's a balance between managing the risk

 

Highlights:

The Convergence of Passion and Expertise: Rosenquist's journey into cybersecurity began with a love for mathematics and computer science. Inspired by the complexities of algorithms and problem-solving, he embarked on a quest to explore the intersection of technology and security.

Collaboration and Innovation: A pivotal moment in Rosenquist's journey was his collaboration with a co-founder who was a white hat hacker. This partnership sparked a curiosity for deconstructing security challenges and devising innovative solutions, laying the groundwork for future endeavors.

Leadership at Intel Corporation: Rosenquist's tenure at Intel Corporation was marked by pioneering initiatives in cybersecurity, including the establishment of the company's first Security Operations Center and leading the Cyber Crisis Response Team. His diverse roles, from platform security to advising on emerging threats, showcased his ability to bridge technical expertise with strategic leadership.

Guiding Principles for Effective Security Architectures: Rosenquist emphasizes the importance of executive support and a holistic approach to security, where every stakeholder, from executives to developers, plays a crucial role. His insights underscore the need for a balanced approach to managing risks and prioritizing investments in security.

 

Matthew Rosenquist's journey from mathematics enthusiast to cybersecurity leader is a testament to the power of passion, collaboration, and innovation. His experiences at Intel Corporation and beyond offer invaluable lessons for building effective security architectures and navigating the complexities of the modern threat landscape. As we continue to confront evolving cyber threats, Rosenquist's insights serve as a guiding light for organizations striving to safeguard their digital assets and embrace a culture of security excellence.

 

Speakers:

Bikash Barai is credited for several innovations in the domain of Network Security and Anti-Spam Technologies and has multiple patents in USPTO. Fortune recognized Bikash among India’s Top 40 Business Leaders under the age of 40 (Fortune 40-under-40).Bikash is also an active speaker and has spoken at various forums like TiE, RSA Conference USA, TEDx etc.Earlier he founded iViZ an IDG Ventures-backed company that was later acquired by Cigital and now Synopsys. iViZ was the first company in the world to take Ethical Hacking (or Penetration Testing) to
the cloud.

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Matthew Rosenquist is a seasoned cybersecurity strategist and Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) with over three decades of experience. With a remarkable career at Intel Corporation spanning 24 years, he spearheaded key security initiatives, including establishing Intel's first Security Operations Center and leading cyber crisis response teams. As an influential figure in the industry, he currently serves as the CISO for Eclipz and advises numerous organizations worldwide on cybersecurity, emerging threats, privacy, and regulatory compliance. With a unique ability to bridge technical expertise with business acumen, Matthew is renowned for developing effective security strategies and enabling organizations to navigate complex cyber risks while optimizing security, privacy, and governance.

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