This Investment Will Help CISOs Keep Their Jobs

This Investment Will Help CISOs Keep Their Jobs

CISO Interviews, Featured, Bryan Kissinger

In the words of renowned cybersecurity technologist and author Bruce Schneier, “Amateurs hack systems, professionals hack people.” Organizations must invest in employee security and awareness programs. Employees engaged in cybersecurity think about security and risk on a daily basis, but what about a frenetic office receptionist, busy ER nurse, or overworked lawyer? Recurring security awareness programs, on a quarterly basis for example, keep security on the forefront of employees’ minds and help mitigate the human errors that cost organizations millions and often CISOs their jobs.

CISO Street recently interviewed Bryan Kissinger, CISO for Trace3 and author of “The Business Minded CISO.” In this video, Bryan explains why he believes CISOs need to focus on awareness building during the pandemic.

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