This week, Michael and Paul discuss the power of leaders who focus on solving problems, always waiting for and trusting the question, what someone learned from 5 years at Gartner, & how “Urgency bias” is killing your productivity. What I Learned from 5 Years at Gartner Inspired by this tweet: https://twitter.com/michaldivar/status/1019365875546140674 https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/what-i-learned-from-5-years-gartner-martin-kihn Most problems are not unique; […]
Technical experts need to get better at telling stories, How to get the upper hand in any “Take It Or Leave It” offer, How and when to inform your team of major developments in your business, why companies need to build a skills inventory, and more! Technical Experts Need to Get Better at Telling Stories […]
Sandra (Sandy) Dunn has over 24 years in the software and hardware industry. Initially starting out in software and hardware sales she worked with NASA, JPL, Secret Service, IRS, and other Federal Agencies to determine their server, PC, and notebook sales. Full Show NotesVisit http://secweekly2.wpengine.com/category/ssw for all the latest episodes!
In the Article Discussion on Leadership, Communication, and Innovation, “Why People Really Quit Their Jobs”, “How To Motivate Greater Ambition In Teams”, “Why You Need an Untouchable Day Every Week”, and more on this episode on Business Security Weekly Article Discussion on Leadership, Communication, and Innovation Why People Really Quit Their Jobs https://hbr.org/2018/01/why-people-really-quit-their-jobs ‘’They left […]
George Finney, is the Chief Security Officer for Southern Methodist University and is the author of No More Magic Wands: Transformative Cybersecurity Change for Everyone. He has also taught in the SMU School of Engineering on the subject of Corporate Cybersecurity and Information Assurance. Full Show NotesVisit http://secweekly2.wpengine.com/category/ssw for all the latest episodes!
Tim joined as CEO of DomainTools in 2009 and has spent 9 years leading the transformation of the company from an advertising based consumer service to a profitable and growing Enterprise SaaS security firm with over 500 global customers. He joins Michael and Paul this week for an interview! Full Show NotesVisit http://secweekly2.wpengine.com/category/ssw for all […]
Ms. Wharton is a policy and transaction attorney specializing in the development and scale of drone, smart city, autonomous vehicle, and other emerging technologies. She serves as a Senior Assistant City Attorney advising a major international airport and large metropolitan city on technology-related projects and public policy matters. She joins Michael and Paul this week […]
Carbon Black files for IPO (worth $100M?), Bomgar acquired by Francisco Partners for undisclosed, SecDo acquired by Palo Alto Networks for undisclosed, SpyCloud raised $5M Series A, and more on this episode on Business Security Weekly! Carbon Black files for IPO (worth $100M?) https://techcrunch.com/2018/04/10/security-shop-carbon-black-files-to-go-public https://www.owler.com/company/carbonblack $191.5M over 9 rounds of funding… VMware acquired E8 for […]
Shawn Tuma sticks around to sort the good advice from the misinformation surrounding attorney-client privilege in security. What is attorney-client privilege and why is it interesting to security leaders? Where it make work? What doesn’t work? Full Show Notes Visit http://secweekly2.wpengine.com/category/ssw for all the latest episodes!
Shawn Tuma is an experienced cybersecurity and data privacy attorney and partner at Scheef & Stone. He joins Michael this week for an interview! Full Show NotesVisit http://secweekly2.wpengine.com/category/ssw for all the latest episodes!