Episode #5, Season 6 of Phishy Business Part 2: RSAC – CISO Trends and Thinking Differently About Tradeshows
In part two of this special RSA episode Mimecast CMO, Norman Guadagno, interviews another four guests live from the conference show floor. We talk about how cybersecurity has changed over the years, bringing more diversity to the industry and how exactly one becomes a CISO.
Our guests for part two: Julian Waits, SVP business development at Rapid7 (:54 – 11:44), Kayla Williams, CISO at Devo (12:02 – 23:22), Tyler Warren, deputy CISO at Prologis (23:39 – 33:52) and Josh Copeland, cybersecurity director at AT&T (34:16 – 43:14).
In ‘RSAC Part 2: CISO trends + thinking differently about tradeshows’ we discuss:
- 'Cyversity' – and why cybersecurity needs to become more diverse
- Becoming a CISO without a traditional IT background
- Unpopular opinions at RSA
- Why vendors should think about being distinctive at tradeshows
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