Insider Risk and Choosing the Right MSSP: A CISO’s Guide – BSW #305
A resilient cybersecurity strategy is essential to running your business while protecting against security threats and preventing data breaches. For CISOs, partnering with a managed service security provider (MSSP) means you can be in control of your organization’s information and infrastructure security without placing a strain on internal personnel or resources which is critical in today’s uncertain economy. With an MSSP on board, CISOs are better equipped to meet strategic and business goals, while improving operations and reducing expenses. This interview will discuss not only why to consider an MSSP but how to choose the right one for the job.
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Insider Risk is a problem that continues to grow - and that companies are still struggling to solve. CISOs state that it is the number one most difficult threat to detect, placing it over malware and ransomware. Code42 President and CEO Joe Payne will explain why the Insider Risk problem is so challenging and will offer guidance on how to solve it.
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Joe Payne is the president and CEO of Code42 Software, the leader in Insider Risk Management, which focuses on reducing the risk of data leakage from insiders while enabling the collaboration culture. Joe is a seasoned executive with more than 20 years of leadership experience and a proven track record leading high growth security and technology companies. With a passion for identifying and solving emerging market needs, Joe engages personally in product strategy and direction, while growing and providing vision and guidance to a world-class team of security executives.
Previously, Joe served as CEO of eSecurity, the first SIEM software company. He also served as the president of iDefense prior to its acquisition by VeriSign. At iDefense, Joe led some of the best white-hat security researchers in the world and worked with the top financial institutions and government agencies in the United States to improve their risk profile.
Jim Broome is a seasoned IT/IS veteran with more than 20 years of information security experience in both consultative and operational roles. Jim leads DirectDefense, where he is responsible for the day-to-day management of the company, as well as providing guidance and direction for our service offerings.
Previously, Jim was a Director with AccuvantLABS where he managed, developed, and performed information security assessments for organizations across multiple industries. Prior to AccuvantLABS, Jim was a Principal Security Consultant with Internet Security Systems (ISS) and their X-Force penetration testing team.