April 13, 2024

A fireside chat with four CISOs about how they secure their cybersecurity firms from attack

On Tuesday 11 April, I’ll be joined by the CISOs of safety companies Wiz, Rubrik, Noname, and Irregular, for a pleasant chat about how they shield their organisations from the massive variety of threats concentrating on them.

Ryan Kazanciyan (Wiz), Michael Mestrovich (Rubrik), Karl Mattson (Noname Safety), and Mike Britton (Irregular Safety) might be sharing their experience in the middle of the one-hour dialog.

Within the free webinar, I’ll be asking the specialists who take care of safety at cybersecurity companies quite a few questions – together with:

  • What forms of threats are concentrating on their organizations (and their clients) right now?
  • Which rising threats are high of their thoughts, and retaining them awake at night time?
  • How do they prioritize the seemingly endless checklist of instruments wanted to guard their firms?
  • How are they’re utilizing automation to make safety simpler within the midst of a expertise scarcity?

When you’re interested by studying extra, register for the webinar right now, and I sit up for seeing a few of you there.

And if you happen to can’t make it the webinar please make sure to try different dates on my talking schedule over the approaching months.

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