Security has truly gone mainstream. From late night television jokes to state governors not knowing how technology works, as a profession and a vocation, we have arrived.
- Jimmy Fallon has jokes about security on his show
- What are the implications of out of date security laws that define what it is to “hack” systems? Keep in mind that some were written as much as 30+ years ago!
- Is it security’s job to know all the tools in place? Or the business to approach security to help make their tools secure?
- Is viewing publicly available information or information pushed to your browser actually hacking, or is it legal/OK?
- Creating laws that stand the test of time is hard. And subject to lots of lobbying.
- CISO Liability and visibility based on the prominence of the role. Does this lead to targeting to discredit? (think: false social media profiles and deepfakes)
- Offensive techniques and what happens when companies go offensive against attackers?
- Prevention as a growing tactic by security teams - especially when life is on the line in the products we make
- SPAM: is it food or is it email?
- When is the right time to bring security into your startup? Weaving it in when it is young!
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