Michael Santarcangelo

Michael Santarcangelo develops exceptional leaders and powerful communicators with the security mindset for success. The founder of Security Catalyst, he draws on nearly two decades of experience of success advancing security in variety of operational roles. He guides leaders and teams on the best next step of their journey.

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To combat phishing, you must change your approach

To combat phishing, you must change your approach

Kevin O’Brien, CEO of GreatHorn, discusses why employee training isn't effective in combatting phishing and what companies should do instead.

Are you ready for ‘Moneyball’ security?

Are you ready for ‘Moneyball’ security?

Mike McKee, CEO of ObserveIT, discusses the benefits of an evidence- and data-based approach to security.

Your security scars are the key to innovation

Your security scars are the key to innovation

Ben Johnson, CTO and co-founder of Obsidian Security, discusses driving innovation in security and business based on your experiences.

We need to stop dehumanizing security before it’s too late

We need to stop dehumanizing security before it’s too late

Gary Golomb, co-founder of Awake Security, discusses the need to bring the human element back to the security operation center.

Security leaders need better visibility of risk before the board asks

Security leaders need better visibility of risk before the board asks

Kevin Cunningham, president of SailPoint, discusses how security leaders need better visibility of risks so they can advise their boards and protect their companies.

Security leaders: Prepare now for the convergence of IT, OT and IoT

Security leaders: Prepare now for the convergence of IT, OT and IoT

Adi Dar, CEO of Cyberbit, talks about what happens when IT, OT and IoT combine and how security leaders need to prepare.

It’s time for security leaders to challenge dogma

It’s time for security leaders to challenge dogma

Jason Brvenik for a Security Slap Shot on the need for security leaders to challenge dogma and replace outsized assumptions with evidence and better action.

Choose preparation over fear to protect critical infrastructure

Choose preparation over fear to protect critical infrastructure

Patrick Dennis lines up for a Security Slap Shot on the need to stop using FUD and start making better preparations to protect critical infrastructure.

Exploit attacker playbooks to improve security

Exploit attacker playbooks to improve security

Rick Howard lines up a Security Slap Shot on improving security by going after attacker playbooks.

Rethinking what it means to win in security

Security leaders need to celebrate success with a better definition of winning

Rethinking what it means to win in security

Rethinking what it means to win in security

Security leaders need to celebrate success with a better definition of winning.

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