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''Recorded December 16, 2019 at G-Unit Studios in Rhode Island!''

== Episode Audio ==

== Hosts ==

== Announcements ==

= Interview: Martin Bally, is the CISO at American Axle & Manufacturing Martin Bally is a highly- accomplished senior global information security officer with more than 20 years of experience in multiple industries. Currently, he is the Chief Information Security Officer for American Axle & Manufacturing where he is responsible for Information, cyber, and product security. Prior, Mr. Bally was the Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer for Diebold Nixdorf where was responsible for enterprise information and product security and the Chief Information Security Officer at TRW Automotive where he was responsible for the global information security program. He is a trusted advisor to the Board of Directors and Executive Leadership. Before joining TRW, Mr. Bally was the Director of Cloud and Security Services for The Dolan Company, where he successfully developed a private cloud solution to service legal and financial institutions. He also provided information security consulting services for legal firms throughout the U.S. Also, Mr. Bally spent more than 12 years at Chrysler, where he led security initiatives for the Jeep division. Mr. Bally earned a Master’s of Science in Information Assurance from Norwich University and holds CISSP, CISM, C|CISO, and CRISC security certifications.<br><br>

= Leadership Articles =
* [ Why Crowdsourcing Often Leads to Bad Ideas]
* [ Transforming operations for successful cloud adoption]
* [ Do You Need Charisma to Be a Great Public Speaker?]
* [ 4 Steps to Communicate Anything Clearly, According to a Scientist Who Teaches Quantum Physics to Kids]
* [ 20 Tools for More Productive Email]
* [ Fight the skills gap with a great upskilling and reskilling strategy]


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