- 1 Featured Interview/Opening Discussion
- 2 Startup Stories
Featured Interview/Opening Discussion
Brian Beyer of Red Canary joins us to talk about security startups.
- What is unique about running a security startup?
- How about moving from a services/consulting company to a product company?
- What are some unique things investors are interested in when talking to security startups?
- Where are the best opportunities in the market for security startups?
- What advice do you have for those who may have an idea and want to create a security startup?
- What are some of the most exciting security startups in the industry right now and why?
- What advice do you have for enterprises looking at solution and considering (or not) a solution for a security startup?
Key bullet points and discussion items for each story; weaved together in a story arc
Each includes a discussion on the security considerations from each of the perspective(s):
I think the key here is the phrase "office hours." Most of the startup founders and CEOs I know - along with most of the security pros - work more than 40 hours. I don't think that is a good thing - and I liked the ideas listed here.
let’s talk about leadership — regardless of definition, I expect a leader to:
- articulate the current situation
- paint the picture of a better tomorrow
- elevate and accelerate me on the path
What this is pushing as is the “better tomorrow - the purpose
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