Enterprise Security Leadership: Protection By Design
The main goal of implementing a secure design approach is to optimize prevention, detection, and response times. In past sessions, the main points covered effective communication for leaders in cybersecurity to manage and guide their teams through today’s virtual resources and challenges.
The central problem of enterprise cybersecurity is the way it was set up. With a plethora of technologies and vendors, challenges arise when attempting to securely connect them. Overcoming these challenges is difficult, but with a better understanding of how embedded security applies to all processes, systems, tools, workflows, and infrastructure, leaders can build a clear picture of what major team outcomes should be and how teams can operate efficiently and securely.
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I'm an experienced Chief Executive Officer, Chief Security Officer, Chief Information Security Officer (second person to hold the CISO position in history), University Professor, Security Consultant, Keynote Speaker, Computer Science Researcher, and Prolific Author (six published books) with a demonstrated history of working in the telecommunications industry beginning at Bell Labs and leading to SVP/CSO position at AT&T. Skilled in Cyber Security, Network Architecture, Wide Area Network (WAN), Managed Services, and Network Design. Strong entrepreneurship professional with PhD in Computer Science from the Stevens Institute of Technology, and also a graduate of Columbia Business School. Directly served four Presidential Administrations in Cyber Security, and now serves as a Member of the M&T Bank Board of Directors, Senior Advisor for the Applied Physics Lab at Johns Hopkins University, Adjunct CS Professor at the Stevens Institute of Technology, CS Department Instructor at New York University, and Member of the NSA Advisory Board (NSAAB).
Certificate of Completion
Complete this entire course to earn a Enterprise Security Leadership: Protection By Design Certificate of Completion