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Season 2, Episode 3

July 7th, 2021

At the time of recording, Tracy Z. Maleeff was an Information Security Analyst at the New York Times. She is now employed by the Krebs Stamos Group.

On the RE:Human Layer Security podcast this week, Tessian’s CEO Tim Sadler is joined by the brilliant Tracy Z. Maleeff – or Infosec Sherpa, as you may know her on Twitter. Tracy explains how she got into the cybersecurity industry – an inspiring story for any career changers out there – and why her skills as a librarian have made helped her become the information security professional she is today.

Tracy shares her points of view on why it’s so important for security leaders to lead with empathy, if they want to get employees on side and protect their company from threats like phishing and malicious insiders.

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