Given all that has happened in the past three months, are you ready for what comes next?
Say you’re a CISO for a company with nearly 10,000 employees sprinkled around the world – you need to be ready for Operating System updates, hardware compatibility issues, phishing attacks, malware, ransomware, and data breaches – to name just a few worries.
Then how about we add in a global healthcare crisis that sends the entire workforce home? Now add to the mix things like local cable companies being the connective tissue of your company. Not an issue if you live in a mild climate that doesn’t get severe weather, but a different story if you have to deal with things like hurricane season, tornadoes, or blizzards.
Well, at least the good news is that the bad guys are totally declaring a cease-fire during these whack-job times and not trying to take advantage of a combination of events that is crippling the world in a way we really have not witnessed in the modern computing era.
On this episode of the InSecurity Podcast, Matt Stephenson sits down with Spectris CISO Anna-Lisa Miller for a chat about the challenges of building a culture of security in a company with operations in 30 countries around the world. The equipment Spectris creates measures everything from tiles on the International Space Station to the gloop factor in ketchup (yes, that’s a thing). How does she wrap her arms around such a diverse operation? Check it out…