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[[File:RobGurzeev.jpg|right|250px|thumb|<center>'''[https://richardaclarke.net/ Rob Gurzeev]'''is the CEO at [https://www.cycognito.com/ CyCognito]</center>]] Rob Gurzeev, CEO and Co-Founder of CyCognito, has led the development of offensive security solutions for both the private sector and intelligence agencies. Prior to founding CyCognito, he was Director of Offensive Security and head of R&D at C4 Security (acquired by Elbit Systems) and the CTO of the Product Department of the 8200 Israeli Intelligence Corps. Honors that he received as an Israel Defense Forces Officer included Award for Excellence, the Creative Thinking Award and the Source of Life Award.<br><br>'''Topic:'''<br>This interview will cover the idea of Shadow Risk and why it's something your organization can’t ignore. Specifically, we'll talk about why your security efforts have to start with mapping and managing your attack surface, how that's gotten harder with digital transformation, and how legacy approaches to addressing the problem -- including vulnerability management and penetration testing -- and even more recent approaches like Security Ratings Services, are out of touch with your IT infrastructure and, worse still, lag behind the way attackers operate.
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[[File:RobGurzeev.jpg|right|250px|thumb|<center>'''[https://www.linkedin.com/in/gurzeev Rob Gurzeev]'''is the CEO at [https://www.cycognito.com/ CyCognito]</center>]] Rob Gurzeev, CEO and Co-Founder of CyCognito, has led the development of offensive security solutions for both the private sector and intelligence agencies. Prior to founding CyCognito, he was Director of Offensive Security and head of R&D at C4 Security (acquired by Elbit Systems) and the CTO of the Product Department of the 8200 Israeli Intelligence Corps. Honors that he received as an Israel Defense Forces Officer included Award for Excellence, the Creative Thinking Award and the Source of Life Award.<br><br>'''Topic:'''<br>This interview will cover the idea of Shadow Risk and why it's something your organization can’t ignore. Specifically, we'll talk about why your security efforts have to start with mapping and managing your attack surface, how that's gotten harder with digital transformation, and how legacy approaches to addressing the problem -- including vulnerability management and penetration testing -- and even more recent approaches like Security Ratings Services, are out of touch with your IT infrastructure and, worse still, lag behind the way attackers operate.
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[[File:JinanBudge.jpg|right|250px|thumb|<center>'''[https://twitter.com/JinanBudge Jinan Budge]'''is the Principal Analyst Security & Risk at [https://www.forrester.com Forrester Analyst]</center>]] Jinan leads Forrester's offerings for security and risk professionals in Asia Pacific. She covers research on the role of the CISO, specializing in topics related to CISO leadership skills, managing politics, security strategy, budgets, and presenting to the board. Jinan also leads Forrester’s global coverage for security awareness, behavior & culture. Her research also includes security services, featuring Asia Pacific coverage of managed security services and professional security services. Jinan collaborates with the global security research team in Forrester’s forward-looking research on security innovation, the security market, and security predictions. Prior to joining Forrester, Jinan was Director Cybersecurity Strategy & Governance at TfNSW and with Qantas Airlines prior to that. She combines her practitioner experience with her market perspective to deliver pragmatic research, also bringing global insights to the local market.<br><br>'''Topic:'''<br>CISO Leadership, Culture, and the Evolving Role
 
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Latest revision as of 18:22, 24 February 2020

Recorded February 25, 2020 at G-Unit Studios in Rhode Island!

Episode Audio

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  • Matt Alderman
    CEO at Security Weekly, Strategic Advisor, and Wizard of Entrepreneurship
  • Paul Asadoorian
    Embedded device security researcher, security podcaster, and CEO of Active Countermeasures .

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    Interview: Rob Gurzeev, CyCognito

    Rob Gurzeevis the CEO at CyCognito

    Rob Gurzeev, CEO and Co-Founder of CyCognito, has led the development of offensive security solutions for both the private sector and intelligence agencies. Prior to founding CyCognito, he was Director of Offensive Security and head of R&D at C4 Security (acquired by Elbit Systems) and the CTO of the Product Department of the 8200 Israeli Intelligence Corps. Honors that he received as an Israel Defense Forces Officer included Award for Excellence, the Creative Thinking Award and the Source of Life Award.

    Topic:
    This interview will cover the idea of Shadow Risk and why it's something your organization can’t ignore. Specifically, we'll talk about why your security efforts have to start with mapping and managing your attack surface, how that's gotten harder with digital transformation, and how legacy approaches to addressing the problem -- including vulnerability management and penetration testing -- and even more recent approaches like Security Ratings Services, are out of touch with your IT infrastructure and, worse still, lag behind the way attackers operate.


    Interview: Jinan Budge, Forrester Analyst

    Jinan Budgeis the Principal Analyst Security & Risk at Forrester Analyst

    Jinan leads Forrester's offerings for security and risk professionals in Asia Pacific. She covers research on the role of the CISO, specializing in topics related to CISO leadership skills, managing politics, security strategy, budgets, and presenting to the board. Jinan also leads Forrester’s global coverage for security awareness, behavior & culture. Her research also includes security services, featuring Asia Pacific coverage of managed security services and professional security services. Jinan collaborates with the global security research team in Forrester’s forward-looking research on security innovation, the security market, and security predictions. Prior to joining Forrester, Jinan was Director Cybersecurity Strategy & Governance at TfNSW and with Qantas Airlines prior to that. She combines her practitioner experience with her market perspective to deliver pragmatic research, also bringing global insights to the local market.

    Topic:
    CISO Leadership, Culture, and the Evolving Role




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