Justin Dolly

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Justin Dolly is EVP, Chief Security Officer and CIO of Malwarebytes. Prior to Malwarebytes, Dolly was the VP, Chief Security and Privacy Officer at Jawbone, where he oversaw the security and privacy implications of consumer wearable technology. He also held the Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer position at ServiceNow, where he provided strategy and vision for all information security-related initiatives.

Before that, Dolly was the CISO at VMware Inc., where he developed and led all information security-related programs and initiatives. Previously, Dolly held various security and technology leadership roles at Kaiser Permanente, CNET/CBS Interactive and Macromedia.

The opinions expressed in this blog are those of Justin Dolly and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications, Inc., its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.

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There are too many people unaware of the issue and too many organizations that believe they are immune or that your business won’t be a target.

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Why you should never, ever connect to public WiFi

Why you should never, ever connect to public WiFi

There may come a time when your only option is an unsecured, free, public WiFi hotspot, and your work simply cannot wait. If that’s the case, understanding the risks of public WiFi may prevent you from falling victim to an attack.

Top 5 cybersecurity concerns for 2018

Top 5 cybersecurity concerns for 2018

These predictions are just a handful of the many threats we'll see. Our solutions need to evolve with the threats and provide multiple layers of protection

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