Introducing the CISO/Security Vendor Relationship Podcast with Mike Johnson and David Spark

CISO/Security Vendor Relationship PodcastI’m proud and excited to announce the launch of the CISO/Security Vendor Relationship Podcast based on the series of articles and videos I produced that examine the relationship between security buyers and sellers. That series was heavily inspired by the writings, posts and insane engagement that Mike Johnson, CISO of Lyft, continues to drive on LinkedIn. And what’s even more awesome, Mike agreed to be my co-host!

For our first episode, Mike and I invite Dwayne Melançon (@ThatDwayne), CTO, Innovyze.

In this episode we have:

We Want Your Input

For every episode I want input from listeners!

Please contact me here or on LinkedIn and send me the following:

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  • “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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Sponsor the Podcast

Plus, with our first episode we’re looking for sponsors. If you’re interested in sponsoring the podcast that aims to deliver more signal than noise in the cybersecurity community, please contact Jeremy Jones at Security Boulevard.

David Spark

David Spark

David Spark is a veteran tech journalist with nine years experience covering cybersecurity. He has partnered with Security Boulevard to continue his popular CISO/Security Vendor Relationship Series. Spark is also the founder of the Spark Media Solutions, a B2B content marketing agency for the tech industry. He's a former standup comic, comedy writer for The Second City in Chicago, and San Francisco tour guide.

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