In this Cybersecurity Vault episode, I talk with Roger Sels about cybersecurity resource efficiency and maximizing value. Roger is a longtime cybersecurity executive and co-founder of a startup that is focused on helping CISOs identify opportunities
I had a great conversation with Marco Ciappelli and Sean Martin from ITSPmagazine Podcast discussing the mistakes and hard-learned lessons in cybersecurity!
They are such characters! A fun and informative discussion.
CISOs are being asked to do more every year, putting increasing pressure on already stressed cybersecurity professionals!
The CISO role is becoming more complicated.
Let's look at three aspects quickly - first there is the ever increasi
I am looking forward to the upcoming 2022 Silicon Valley CIO Executive Leadership Summit in Mountain View CA on Oct 27th! HMG Strategy always puts on a great event for CIOs, CEOs and CISOs.
I am on a panel, moderated by Mark Egan, with David Hahn, an
Technology leadership is crucial to how the world lives, works, communicates, and innovates. As Global Leaders Today magazine features tech leaders in its latest issue, I am happy to see they included cybersecurity in the mix. It may not be as sex
In the next few years, the biggest challenge in cybersecurity won’t be dealing with a specific threat, but rather conveying a meaningful value proposition throughout the organization, and especially to the C-suite and board. It is key to the sustaina
There are four typical evolutionary maturity levels for cybersecurity programs. The benefits and drawbacks of each phase creates a natural tension that pulls organizations forward to become better at managing risks, costs, and the friction that accom
How To Present Cyber Security Risk To Senior Leadership: Bikash Barai,Co founder CISO Platform & FireCompass & Allan Alford, CISO TrustMap
Today data breaches are almost a daily occurrence and senior leaders and boards of directors want to be assur
Where should a CISO report into within an organization? No common standard exists as we can find them operating under many different organizations, including IT, Legal, the CTO, and CEO just to name a few.
In today’s video, I break down some of the
- You are the sole person responsible for your success or failure.
- There is no excuse for any failure. A failure is a failure. Accept it gracefully. Learn from your mistakes. It is real failure when you do not accept
Can small hospitals pave the way to smart outcomes for larger hospitals…and can working together benefit both organizations and improve quality and patient outcome?
In today's reality of cost reduction, increased regulatory requirements, new technolog
How to Say “NO”
Why did I say, “Yes” when I really wanted to say No? You ‘d probably be asking this question every time you agree to another task. Even though you do not have time or resources to do something but you commit to another one. For example
The boundaries of cybersecurity will be manipulated by the advances in Artificial Intelligence, the evolution of digital threats, and on ever-adapting leadership.
I had a great time being interviewed by Vaishali Lambe [Lisha] in her podcast SoLeadSa
Being a champion for digital privacy is no easy task. The perception of privacy and its importance is constantly in flux and radically different around the globe. I am honored to be a part of this dynamic and determined community that protects and
Leadership requires dealing with ambiguous situations. The ability to adapt to unforeseen crisis events is a crucial skill for cybersecurity and strategy professionals. Nobody saw Covid-19 coming a year ago, yet as it has swept across the globe it
I am excited to be recognized with such great cybersecurity though-leaders!
Now more than ever, cybersecurity is becoming a critical pillar to the proliferation of digital technology. Trust in the devices and systems is crucial that people, companie
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