Paying for Protection: What is the Performance Cost of Security?
ThreatTalk season 3 episode 16
It is easy to find headline stories of a breach that can be traced to poor security investments and practices. But such stories will continue to appear as many in management persist in restricting security investments. They often cite worker productivity, or even employee satisfaction, as factors. How can SecOps balance the needs for both productivity and protection?
Anthony Ciarochi, Manager of Security Operations, Infoblox
Anthony has been working in Cybersecurity and Incident Response for over 15 years. Before coming to Infoblox, he did time at Sun Microsystems, Intel Corporation, BMC Software and several small start-ups. In addition to Security Engineering, his background includes Unix System Administration, Sales Engineering and Nuclear Propulsion (US Navy). Anthony has studied at the University of California, Stanford University, and received his Master’s Degree in Computer Science and Engineering from the University of Washington. His time away from the computer is spent as a professional musician, raising tropical fish and riding motorcycles.
Bob Hansmann, Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Infoblox
Bob Hansmann has been in security for over three decades addressing everything from insider threats to advanced multi-vector, zero-day attacks. Over his career, he has helped many of today’s leading security vendors pioneer and introduce many new technologies as a developer, architect, product manager, and marketer. He currently heads a family with three generations of CTOs, developers, and security analysts, so he sometimes finds it hard to differentiate work from family time.