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Season 1, Episode 10

March 4th, 2021

Building a security culture, and getting employees to care about security, is not easy. So, this week, Tessian’s CEO Tim Sadler meets the very inspiring Ray Espinoza, CISO at Cobalt – the Pentest-as-a-Service platform that is modernizing the traditional, static penetration testing model – to explain how you can build your security “tribe”.

Ray discusses how to create a security culture built on trust and with humans at the heart. He provides actionable advice on how to  have open conversations with your stakeholders and employees, asking them whether they understand what you’re doing and why you’re doing it. Because, he says, their buy-in is critical to the delivery of your security strategy.