Mission, Goals, & Objectives – BSW #162
This week, we welcome Dr. Mike Lloyd, CTO at RedSeal, to discuss The Critical Role of Basic Cyber Hygiene! In the Leadership and Communication Segment, 5 things successful people don't care about, 11 books that will change the way you think about Leadership, how IBM wants to be the next Microsoft starting with the CEO, and more!
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1. The Critical Role of Basic Cyber Hygiene – Mike Lloyd – BSW #162
Doing simple things consistently and at scale is hard. Today's short staffing doesn't help. Automation is the answer. To find out more and try Redseal, please visit: https://securityweekly.com/redseal
Dr. Mike Lloyd has more than 25 years of experience in the modeling and control of fast-moving, complex systems. He has been granted 21 patents on security, network assessment, and dynamic network control. Before joining RedSeal, Mike Lloyd was Chief Technology Officer at RouteScience Technologies (acquired by Avaya), where he pioneered self-optimizing networks. Mike served as principal architect at Cisco on the technology used to overlay MPLS VPN services across service provider backbones. He joined Cisco through the acquisition of Netsys Technologies, where he was the senior network modeling engineer. Mike holds a degree in mathematics from Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland, and a PhD in stochastic epidemic modeling from Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, Scotland.
2. Building a Great Culture, Excelling at Failure, and Leadership Book Suggestions – BSW #162
This week in the leadership articles segment, Paul and Jason cover the following articles: The Answer is Yes! Now, What Was Your Question?, When You Lead A Company Or Startup, You Are Creating The Culture Whether You Mean To Or Not. Ten Insights To Building A Great Culture And Tribe, Why Warren Buffett, Jeff Bezos And Bruce Flatt Excel At Failure, Are You Falling for the Myth of "Failing to Plan is Planning to Fail"?, and 11 Books That Will Change The Way You Think About Leadership.