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Season 1, Episode 11

March 10th, 2021

It’s interesting how many three-year plans include a lot of “blinky boxes” and “very few tactical objectives other than keep doing phishing tests” to protect humans in the organization, says Anne Benigsen, CISO at Bankers’ Bank of the West in her conversation with Tessian’s CEO Tim Sadler this week.

Anne and Tim discuss how companies can use technology to protect people from potential cybersecurity mistakes in the same way that safety features of a car – airbags, seatbelts, anti-lock brakes protect people from causing harm. Anne passionately explains why it’s time to make security every employee’s responsibility – whether they’re in IT or not.