This is the second  part of our two-episode conversation about information security, which began with last week’s episode.

As we discussed last week, the inability to secure information results in catastrophic incidents every single day. And many business leaders aren’t aware that their security infrastructures are broken.

Shuman Ghosemajumder, Shawn Henry, and Mischel Kwon return to help us explore several important themes, including:

  • How business leaders should think about information security as the volume and use of data are changing.
  • New jobs that should exist in ten years, as well as jobs that should disappear.
  • How companies might operate differently once they realize that it’s impossible, and probably not even desirable, to protect 100% of their information 100% of the time.

Shuman Ghosemajumder is Chief Technology Officer for Shape Security. He was previously the click-fraud czar at Google.

Shawn Henry is President of CrowdStrike Services. Shawn was previously Executive Assistant Director of the FBI, where he oversaw all criminal and cyber investigations worldwide.

Mischel Kwon is the founder and CEO of MKACyber and former director of the US Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT).


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