In today’s episode, our sandbox heads to the board room for a white-collar discussion with Ricardo Lafosse, Chief Information Security Officer at Kraft Heinz, and Andrew Watts, Relativity’s Chief Customer Officer – and former CIO – on the current state of the Information Security role in the C-Suite. Should it be CIO, CSO, CISO, a combination of the three? Nothing at all or something in between? And how the current perception or narrative around your specific title impacts or influences the tech and process structure and framework you put in place for your department. So, grab your executive briefs, bust out your corporate buzzwords, and let’s dive in.
Organizations today have a solid grasp of their data security posture, but do they have a solid understanding of what goes into an effective and globally relevant data privacy program? Can they meet the demands and regulations of today’s multi-national business world? In this special recording of Security Sandbox, live from Relativity Fest London, Amanda Fennell chats with data privacy and security experts in EMEA on how to build a global-first data privacy program that fits the specific needs of your employee base, what to watch out for, and how you can maintain program flexibility in an ever-changing world. So, grab your cookies, and let’s dive in.
When good tech meets well-trained, empowered employees, your business is more secure. This season, we’re exploring ways to elevate the strongest link in your security chain – people – through creative use of technology, process, and training. In today’s episode, our sandbox heads to the pressure chamber for a riveting conversation with Nicolas Reys, partner at Control Risks, who heads up their global cyber and online threat intelligence practice, and Relativity’s favorite security architect and recurring guest, Darian Lewis, on how to best navigate all of the cyber crisis craziness going on in our world. How does threat intel play a pivotal role in your crisis program? How can better usage of tech elevate the people and processes and in your current crisis management program? What new threats should your team prioritize? So, dust off your playbook, grab a Red Bull, and let’s dive in.
When good tech meets well-trained, empowered employees, your business is more secure. This season, we’re exploring ways to elevate the strongest link in your security chain–people–through creative use of technology, process, and training. In today’s episode, our sandbox welcomes the return of Zscaler's director of solutions architecture, Thomas Quinlan, and Relativity’s global director of security and IT, Marcin Święty, for a spirited conversation on how to build employee trust in your security program at any time and from anywhere. How do you roll out an effective and empathetic zero trust program to your company that resonates with your global employee base? What are the common things security teams get wrong when implementing zero trust? What comes next? So, pull up a seat, grab a cup of caffeine, and, as Marcin might say, "don’t have the Płyta się zacięła" (the record get stuck).
In the first episode of Season 2 of Security Sandbox, host Amanda Fennell welcomes cybersecurity evangelist, author, and host of the 8th Layer Insights podcast, Perry Carpenter. They have a nuanced conversation about how to craft a new-age security program that works better for today’s businesses and employees operating in different cultures, regions, and viewpoints. How do you bridge the psychological gap from "aware" to "care"? How do you craft trainings that are culturally relevant, empathetic, and inclusive for your employees? How do you move the needle with your awareness program internally and with key stakeholders? What is the biggest mistake first-time administrators make in creating their security program? All that and more in the first episode of the new season, which focuses on strengthening the strongest link in your security chain – people – through better tech, process, and training.