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Business Security Weekly Episode #202 – January 11, 2021

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1. Why deepwatch Chose Splunk to Secure Customer Networks – 03:00 PM-03:30 PM

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Description

Learn why deepwatch chose Splunk as it’s one and only SIEM solution to deliver its Managed Detection & Response services to Fortune 2000 customers. Hear how deepwatch is leveraging a variety of Splunk capabilities and advanced API integrations to detect and respond to threats in customer environments.

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Guest(s)

Patrick Orzechowski

Patrick Orzechowski –

VP of R&D at deepwatch

Patrick is a seasoned cybersecurity leader and technologist building analytics-driven solutions for the past 15+ years and one of the founding members of deepwatch. He’s worked in many industries including Telecom, Health Care, and the U.S. intelligence community on both blue and red teams. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Stockton University and a Master of Science in Computer Science from James Madison University.

Hosts

JasonAlbuquerque

Jason Albuquerque –

CIO & CSO at Carousel Industries

MattAlderman

Matt Alderman –

Executive Director at CyberRisk Alliance

PaulAsadoorian

Paul Asadoorian –

Founder/CIO at Security Weekly/CyberRisk Alliance

2. BISOs Bridge the Gap, Lots of Questions, & Use Negative Feedback to Improve – 03:30 PM-04:00 PM

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Description

In the Leadership and Communications section, How BISOs bridge the gap between corporate boards and cybersecurity, 5 questions CISOs should ask prospective corporate lawyers, Good Leadership Is About Asking Good Questions, and more!

Hosts

JasonAlbuquerque

Jason Albuquerque –

MattAlderman

Matt Alderman –

  1. How BISOs bridge the gap between corporate boards and cybersecurity – As the business world fully embraces the necessity of cybersecurity, a new dilemma has emerged: How to bridge the gap between business leaders and cyber professionals. This has led some companies to develop a new position: Business Information Security Officer, or BISO.
  2. 7 cybersecurity priorities CISOs should focus on for 2021 – Here are the seven imperatives for CISOs to focus on for 2021:

    1. Make cybersecurity a boardroom agenda
    2. Invest in cloud security
    3. Implement basic IT hygiene
    4. Build borderless security
    5. Create a culture of cybersecurity
    6. Modernize enterprise security architecture
    7. Leverage new innovations

  3. 5 questions CISOs should ask prospective corporate lawyers – Where can you find an attorney with the knowledge and insight to help you navigate thorny privacy and security issues? These five questions will help you find the right match:

    1. How will you respond to our call for help?
    2. How strong are you in regulatory and incident response law?
    3. Do you understand our technologies and business model?
    4. What makes you a good communicator?
    5. Can you describe a challenge that you were able to resolve with a novel approach?

  4. Where to Focus Security Resources Mid- and Post-Pandemic – Information Security Forum – Applying established risk management principles will act as a strong guide during these difficult times. Good risk management will enable meaningful engagement with business leaders on key issues such as:

    • Prioritizing business assets for protection
    • Profiling threats
    • Reducing exposure of assets
    • Estimating financial loss

  5. Good Leadership Is About Asking Good Questions – Leaders today need to revisit an overlooked skill, asking questions, but not just pointed questions…

    1. Ask Big Questions
    2. Involve Others
    3. Change Your Culture

  6. Here Are 3 Ways You Can Use Negative Feedback To Improve Your Career – Here are three ways you can use rejection and negative feedback to improve your career

    1. Don’t Let Your Emotions Get The Best Of You
    2. Taking Time To Reflect On The Learning Opportunities
    3. Turning Feedback Into An Actionable Plan

PaulAsadoorian

Paul Asadoorian –