The New CISO Podcast

Episode 8: Securing a Cybersecurity Organization

As cybersecurity becomes entrenched in the business cycle, other business functions have expanded their interactions with security teams.That said, the understanding of what a CISO does – hasn’t always followed the same trajectory. How do we as security practitioners help our organizations interact with our security teams, and help them understand the role we play in an increasingly at-risk world?

Doing for your organization, what it does for others

Chief Information Security Officer of Netskope, Lamont Orange, talks with Steve Moore about the unique differences between working as a CISO for a private company versus doing it on the vendor side of things; securing a cyber security organization. As cyber security becomes entrenched in the business cycle, other business functions have expanded their interactions with security teams.

That said, the understanding of what a CISO does hasn’t always followed the same trajectory. How do we as security professionals, help our organizations interact with our security teams and help them understand the role we play in an increasingly at risk world?

Listen as we discuss:

  • The major differences between being a CISO for a vendor VS a private organization
  • Getting started in cybersecurity
  • Figuring out how to sharing information in the community
  • What is change management?
  • What exciting changes are happening in cybersecurity?
  • The difference between authority and influence
  • Challenges for large versus small organizations moving to the cloud

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More About Lamont Orange

Lamont Orange, currently the CISO of Netskope, has managed cybersecurity programs, developed cybersecurity talent and maintained and socialized internal security programs for more than 20 years.