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Season 2, Episode 5

July 28th, 2021

Bobby Ford, CSO at Hewlett Packard Enterprise and former CISO at Unilever joins Tessian’s CEO this week to share his stories from the world of corporate security, his learnings from his time in the U.S. Army as an Information Security Analyst and his philosophy on cybersecurity today.

Security leaders, he says, cannot be the captains of the “no” police if you want to protect employees, and Bobby explains how and why leaders need to equip users with the tools, resources and controls they need to leverage their intelligence. Because, he says, your employees are really smart – they’re the sensors in your security ecosystem.

Books referenced in the show:

  • Outliers, Malcolm Gladwell