CISO Perspective on the RSA Security Conference

I’ve spent a good amount of time talking to CISOs over the last few months to learn about their current priorities and how their jobs are changing. Of course, many of these security executives will be attending the RSA Security Conference in a few weeks. Based upon my meetings, here’s a sample of what CISOs will be looking for in San Francisco: To read the complete article, CLICK...

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Many Thoughts about RSA 2016

RSA 2016 was a whirlwind of meetings, discussions, and cocktail parties. Now that I’m back home and have had a weekend to reflect on the conference, here are a few words to describe my impressions of this year’s show. To read the complete article, CLICK HERE

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RSA Conference 2016: Day 1

Day 1 of the 2016 RSA Conference. Vendors are still setting up their booths in the exhibition hall but the sessions have begun in earnest. Here are a few highlights of what I’ve heard so far: To read the complete article, CLICK HERE

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Anticipating the RSA Security Conference

What will be the focus on this year’s event? Well it should be the global cybersecurity skills shortage which continues to get worse each year. According to ESG research, 46% of organizations claim that they have a “problematic shortage” of cybersecurity skills, up for 28% last year. In my humble opinion, the cybersecurity skills shortage has become a national security issue demanding a more comprehensive strategy. To read the complete article, CLICK...

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Wrapping up RSA… Looking Forward to Interop

I’m wrapping up my visit to the RSA USA 2015 Conference. The conference was as big as ever. There was a feeling of how to protect ourselves from breaches by being realistic: Realize that adversaries will somehow get into your system, so look for multi-layered approaches to protect yourself after a breach occurs and minimize the damage. But there was some hopefulness as well, since we are acknowledging the changes in the security landscape, and we’re adapting ourselves accordingly. So I hope we’re not fighting the last war, and we’re becoming forward-looking. To read the complete article, CLICK...

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