Leaders of successful security organizations recognize that security leadership is a collective pursuit. Here, CISOs offer their approaches to establishing a culture of security within their organizations, and how they're positioning security as an enabler to the business.
In the first episode of "Verified: Presented by AWS re:Inforce," Steve Schmidt, Chief Information Security Officer for AWS, sits down with Jason Chan, VP of Information Security at Netflix, to talk security strategy, building a security program, Zero Trust Access and cats as a unique threat model.
Verified is a new AWS Security video series where security leaders share insights on cybersecurity, privacy and the cloud.
Emma discusses security as a business enabler, the evolution of Vodafone's security organization, diversity and inclusion, and maintaining team culture in a virtual environment in episode two of AWS Verified.
Noopur discusses diverse hiring strategies, how Comcast built a resilient security program to withstand the pandemic, Zero Trust and secure WFH in episode three of AWS Verified.
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Brian shares some of the methods he uses to establish security as an enabler to the business, including how he aligns security with data science and development teams.
Marten explains the role of autonomy and upward mobility in security talent management, and the trend towards viewing security as everyone's job within the organization.
Vijay describes the importance of embracing remote teams as a means to creatively solving the security talent gap, along with leveraging automation to offload mundane security tasks.
Jorge stresses the importance of engaging security teams in decisions and direction, and how autonomy and freedom can help security teams create a culture of security.