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To Comply or Not To Comply
Hacker Valley Media
Join AJ Yawn on a journey that explores when you have to follow the rules and when to break them.
Jan 11, 2022
Responding To Cyber Incidents With Jerich Beason
In this episode of To Comply Or Not To Comply, AJ is joined by friend, ByteChek Board Advisor, Senior VP and CISO at Epiq, Jerich Beason. The two share their thoughts on increasing one’s courage and confidence through preparedness and how to leverage this in decision making. They also discuss roles and responsibilities of a security leader and the importance of saying ‘thank you!’ And lastly, AJ and Jerich reflect on security compliance and what it means, why we are getting it wrong, and what it could become. Key Takeaways: 01:20 Bio 03:50 Courage and confidence in decision making 06:42 Reacting to a crisis 04:35 Does experience make attacks easier to handle? 13:24 Executing excellence and looking around the corner 19:46 Tips for leaders - say thank you! 24:26 How compliance plays a role in celebrity vulnerabilities 30:47 Stop saying SOC 2 compliant! 35:17 People are drowning in information, but starving for knowledge Links: To Comply or Not To Comply: Website | AJ Jerich Beason: LinkedIn | Podcast | Blog
Dec 21, 2021
Being Authentic At Work with Flee, a.k.a Fredrick Lee
Today, AJ is joined by Fredrick "Flee" Lee is the Chief Security Officer at Gusto, where he leads information and physical security strategies, including consumer protection, compliance, governance, and risk. Before Gusto, Flee spent over 15 years leading global information security and privacy efforts at prominent financial services companies and technology startups, most recently as Square's Head of Information Security. He previously held senior security and privacy roles at Bank of America, NetSuite, and Twilio. Flee was born and raised in Mississippi and holds a bachelor's degree in computer engineering from the University of Oklahoma. Join AJ and Flee as they talk about what it means to be authentic and bring your whole self to work and how leaders can enable a culture of authenticity. They conclude with a discussion on whether security and compliance are opposing forces.