3 CISOs discuss bad policies and the stupid questions they’re asked

3 CISOs discuss bad policies, the stupid questions they’re often asked and why the adversary is sometimes a member of your own team or yourself…

Watch this Security Leaders’ Roundtable where Quentyn Taylor, Director of Information Security at Canon for EMEA, Ed Tucker, Co-Founder of Human Firewall and EmailAuth and Thom Langford, Founder of (TL)2 Security Ltd discuss their passion for cyber security, what drew them to the industry, the problem with creating policies and blaming the end-user with Anna Delaney, Editor, teiss.

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