Irons in the Fire – ESW #179
This week, we talk Enterprise News, to discuss how NeuVector adds to container security platform and automates end-to-end vulnerability management, Sysdig Expands Unified Monitoring Across IBM Cloud Services Globally, Optiv Hires Deloitte Stalwart Kevin Lynch as Chief Executive Officer, Illusive Networks Integrates with Infoblox to Speed Deployment, and Microsoft's April 2020 Patch Tuesday arrives with fixes for 3 zero-day exploits and 15 critical flaws! In our second segment, we welcome Terry McCorkle, Founder and CEO of PhishCloud, to discuss Phishing's effect on the Corporate Culture! In our final segment, we welcome Tim Williams, Founder and CEO of Index Engines, to talk about how Testing is the Missing Link for Protecting Your Data Against a Ransomware Attack!
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This week in the Enterprise Security News, NeuVector adds to container security platform and automates end-to-end vulnerability management, Sysdig Expands Unified Monitoring Across IBM Cloud Services Globally, Optiv Hires Deloitte Stalwart Kevin Lynch as Chief Executive Officer, Illusive Networks Integrates with Infoblox to Speed Deployment, Microsoft's April 2020 Patch Tuesday arrives with fixes for 3 zero-day exploits and 15 critical flaws, and more!
Many organizations today know about phishing and have taken steps to educate users, followed by phishing simulations. What comes next? This discussion will revolve around what many organizations are struggling with after they have built a phishing program.
Terry is a highly diversified and resourceful leader with over 20 years of experience in information technology, information security, and program leadership. He is currently serving as Founder and CEO of PhishCloud. Terry has served in a broad range of roles in his career including technical roles in cyber security and security analytics, as well as director level positions in product management, sales and partnerships. He previously served as the CTO and co-founder of Spearpoint Security which was acquired by Cylance in 2013. Some of his favorite times were spent as a red team lead in the Air Force and finding bugs in software and embedded devices.
Tim Williams, Founder and CEO of Index Engines, joins us to discuss the cyber security software market and how it's focused on preventing ransomware attacks. How do you know if that line of defense fails? How do you prove that negative?
Tim Williams is Founder and Chief Executive Officer of data management company Index Engines, founded in 2006. In 1990, Tim founded CrosStor Software, and served as its Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. CrosStor was a pioneer in enterprise-class purpose-built NAS operating systems and SAN/NAS convergence, with over 24 OEM customer including EMC, IBM, and HP. CrosStor was sold to EMC in November 2000. After the acquisition, Tim served for a time as EMC’s VP of storage operating systems for their mid-range division. Tim is also an active angel investor. In 2001, Tim led a group of angel investors to restart Tacit Networks (sold to Packeteer in 2006). He refocused their technology, reinvented their business model, attracted new institutional investors, rebuilt the management team and served as Interim CEO until a permanent CEO was found. Prior to founding CrosStor, Tim served as a consultant for a variety of computer and telecommunications companies. He participated in the development of the UNIX operating system at Bell Laboratories, and has held a number of key engineering positions at high-growth and startup computer companies. Tim has a Masters of Computer Science from New York University’s Courant Institute.