Protect Valuable Data as Workforce Volatility Rages – Joe Payne – RSA22 #3
Employee turnover is the biggest threat to any organization's IP. Nearly 60% of employees move to a new company within similar fields (think: competitors) and are using collaboration technology to take sensitive data at an alarming rate. Code42's Joe Payne will discuss how Insider Risk Management addresses data loss in a volatile job market while still enabling collaboration. This segment is sponsored by Code42. Visit https://securityweekly.com/code42 to learn more about them!
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.
Joe also has held additional executive positions at eGrail, MicroStrategy, InteliData and Eloqua. As CEO of Eloqua, Joe led the team to $125 million in revenue, a successful IPO and a subsequent acquisition by Oracle.
Joe is a co-author of Inside Jobs: Why Insider Risk Is the Biggest Cyber Threat You Can’t Ignore, a book which shines a light on Insider Risk and details what business and security leaders can do to keep their workforces productive and data protected.