Don’t bother trying to craft a potentially clever, funny and adorable email that you hope will tickle a security practitioner; it’s simply not going to work. When it comes to security pitches, practitioners just want the facts. While humor is appreciated, a cold email pitch is not the time to showcase your creative writing skills.
On this week’s CISO/Security Vendor Relationship podcast, You’ll discover that InfoSec truism and:
- 10-second security tip (do you have these security controls in place?).
- The correct pronunciation of CISO (and whether anyone cares).
- Consumers and activists issuing lawsuits in the name of GDPR and why that’s a good thing for the future of GDPR.
- The increasing cost of breaches.
- A new method to get a security practitioner’s time (Is the idea so crazy it will work? Or do we just need more crazy ideas?).
- How a security vendor helped me this week.
We Want Your Input and Critiques
For every episode we want input from listeners!
- “Ask a CISO” question.
- A vendor pitch you want us to critique.
- A hot security discussion (please provide a link).
- A quick security tip.
- A big industry story and what it means to security professionals.
In all cases, we can or can’t mention you and your company name or keep you anonymous. Just let me know what you want.
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This week’s sponsor is “Hope,” the zero-cost yet not so valuable way to protect you and your customer’s data. We’ll be saying goodbye to “Hope” this week so if your company would like to sponsor this podcast, please contact Jeremy Jones at Security Boulevard.