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CSO Spotlight: Nasrin Rexai, General Electric

The first female CISO at GE, Nasrin Rexai, stresses how important it is to know who you are, to lead according to your value system, and to think before your respond.

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CSO Spotlight: Tracy Reinhold, Everbridge

How a successful career in the FBI along with the events of 9/11 put Tracy Reinhold on the path to a career in cybersecurity.

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CSO Spotlight: Justin Berman, Zenefits

Being wrong is good, embrace it, learn from it and grow from it, advises Berman. Being an effective security leader is about recognizing that "your job is to get the best answer, not to have it."

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CSO Spotlight: David Smith, Nuix

Winning the war against cybercrime is getting closer to reality as law enforcement dedicates more resources to cybersecurity investigations and improves cyber-related laws.

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CSO Spotlight: Annalea Ilg, Flexential

The cybersecurity threat is ever growing and its clear companies are still not following basic security practices. If they were, we wouldn’t be seeing so many breach notifications, says Ilg.

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Reduce breach risk and costs with security resilience

Companies must prepare for when a breach occurs – because chances are, it will happen. Ixia’s Keith Bromley says network security resilience can help.

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CSO Spotlight: Eddie Garcia, Cloudera

For Eddie Garcia, job satisfaction comes from “[seeing his] contributions help organizations securely process data for good.” His best advice for aspiring security leaders is to focus on your passion and let the rest fall into place —...

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