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Season 1, Episode 12

March 24th, 2021

How do you change the cybersecurity behaviours of thousands of employees at enterprise-scale? Tessian’s CEO Tim Sadler speaks to Simon Hodgkinson, the former CISO at BP to find out.

With over 35 years experience in the IT and security field, Simon shares his opinions on why security must be a seamless experience for employees if it’s going to work, arguing that if you can allow people to get their jobs done securely without them actually seeing the security, then that’s a fantastic outcome. He and Tim also discuss how and why the CISO has a harder job on their hands, compared to 30 years ago, and how to overcome challenges such as reporting risk to the board. It’s a must-listen for any security professional.