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The Human Side of Cyber Security: An Exclusive Q&A with Southeastern Grocers CISO Chris Gay

The Human Side of Cyber Security: An Exclusive Q&A with Southeastern Grocers CISO Chris Gay

Chris Gay, VP and Chief Information Security Officer of Southeastern Grocers and advocate for cyber security education, will be leading a roundtable discussion on the topic at the upcoming CISO Exchange in San Francisco CA, March 11-13, 2018. Ahead of the Exchange, we sat down with him to talk cyber security education and awareness, challenges to CISOs at large companies, mitigating risks associated with new technology and more.

I think the lack of education and awareness when it comes to cybersecurity is a threat in and of itself.”Southeaster Grocers Chief Information Security Officer Chris Gay

Is BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) Worth the Risk?

Is BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) Worth the Risk?

As technology continues to advance and BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) workplaces become more and more commonplace, IT leaders everywhere are faced with a critical dilemma: Do we embrace the more productive mobile workplace at the expense of security, or do we sacrifice productivity for peace of mind?

Inside:

• The case for and against BYOD
• BYOD productivity, security and implementation data from over 800 IT professionals
• BYOD best practices

6 Traits of a Great CISO

6 Traits of a Great CISO

In the c-suite, often the greatest emphasis is placed on leadership, communications skills and business savvy, among other things. As a great CISO, however, you’re multidimensional: possessing all these qualities, but adding into the mix an in-depth knowledge of and experience with the various systems, controls and tools that work together to keep an organization’s data safe. Being multidimensional isn’t all it takes, however.
[New Report]: Companies Passing on Password Security

[New Report]: Companies Passing on Password Security

At a time when breach incidences are higher than ever before, targeting companies of all sizes within all industries, responses like these beg the question: are lackluster password controls and the lack of even basic password security measures worth millions of dollars in damages?