Communicating with C-Suite leaders about the ongoing security threats your company faces can easily turn into an exercise in futility. Their eyes glaze over as you present metrics and charts that illustrate the current state of the business’s IT infrastructure, and your attempts to justify investments in additional security tools and systems end up being unsuccessful. When speaking with leaders from across the business, it’s important to remember the common goal you share: enablement. Read the full article on DarkReading.com
How To Talk About Security With Every C-Suite Member
About the Author: Andrew Storms
Andrew Storms is the VP, Product of New Context, an innovator in data security for highly regulated industries. Andrew has over 20 years in IT security, developing products and solutions for utilities, the enterprise and government. He's a project lead for CES-21, a research initiative around automated cybersecurity threat detection and response within electrical utility operational networks, and a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP.) Andrew is a graduate of the FBI Citizens' Academy, a member of Infragard, and a member of the Open Standards Technical Committee for STIX,TAXII and OpenC2. His past roles include Senior Director of DevOps at CloudPassage and Director of Information, Technology & Security at nCircle.