For the first time ever our cybersecurity leadership podcast, The New CISO, went live! And what better episode to record in-person than a predictions show. On this special episode, host Stephen Moore sits down with Deneen DeFiore, CISO of United Airlines, Charlie McNerney, CISO of Expedia, and Colin Anderson of Levi’s Strauss.
Our guests talk about how their security programs have had to adjust to 2020, and what trends they see for the security industry going into 2021, including what tech they’ll be focusing on, how hiring practices are changing, where digital transformation is taking them, and what sort of cyber threat landscape we can expect to see going into the new year.
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The New CISO is a podcast hosted by Exabeam Chief Security Strategist, Steve Moore. A former IT security leader himself, Steve sits down with Chief Information Security Officers to get their take on cybersecurity trends, what it takes to lead security teams and how things are changing in today’s world.
What career path is best? When is a data breach is over? How do you manage limited IT budgets for maximum ROI? Informative and educational, The New CISO answers your burning cybersecurity questions. Whether you’re a current or aspiring CISO, The New CISO provides practical advice, guidance, and lessons learned from peers.
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