ISSUE 50 (June 2016)
CISO challenges
ISSUE 50
Issue 50 Contributors
Raimund Genes
CTO at Trend Micro
Ron Green
Executive VP, CISO at Mastercard
Jeremiah Grossman
Chief of Security Strategy at SentinelOne
Alvaro Hoyos
CISO at OneLogin
Zoran Lalic
Senior Security Engineer at a large corporation
Saumil Shah
CEO of Net-Square
Sumedh Thakar
Chief Product Officer at Qualys
Joan Wrabetz
CTO at Qualisystems

CISO challenges

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Table of contents

  • Securing the future: Best practices for keeping corporate information safe during an M&A
  • Executive hot seat: Ron Green, Executive VP, CISO at MasterCard
  • 7 tips to get the absolute best price from security vendors
  • How CISOs can bridge the gap between their organizations’ IT and security needs
  • Risk management: Risks are lurking everywhere
  • Report: Infosecurity 2016
  • Internet of Fail: How modern devices expose our lives
  • Executive hot seat: Sumedh Thakar, Chief Product Officer at Qualys
  • Security: Missing from DevOps thinking?
  • The life of a social engineer: Hacking the human
  • What 17 years as an infosec trainer have taught me.

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