Living the life in tech is a weekly podcast series with CIOs, CISOs and technology leaders that are sculpting the current tech landscape.Each episode aims to provide listeners with deeper insights from our guests covering off areas that include leadership, innovation, security and technology that will assist you and your team in evolving your business.Visit us our website at ciotechasia.com to see and listen to all of our latest shows and content.
Ep 13 - Living The Life In Tech – Evan Davidson, Vice President - APJ and Jim Walter, Senior Threat Researcher at SentinelOne
In this episode we are joined by Evan Davidson, VP APJ, SentinelOne and Jim Walter, Senior threat researcher, SentinelOne
Evan and Jim discuss the importance of ActiveEDR within the current remote working evolution and some of it’s limitations.
Given the proliferation of attacks, incident response is more critical than ever and Jim provides some greater insights around what he believes are the most important metrics for managing and optimising incident response within any business.
Ep 12 - Living The Life In Tech – Greg Booker, Group CIO, RACQ
In this episode we are joined by Greg Booker, Group CIO for RACQ
Greg discusses the need to continue digitizing your existing business even if your demographic of customers is slightly older than others, as millennials continue to grow and become your key demographic in the future, it’s now more important than ever that business it’s constantly evolve and develop their digital offerings.
Ep 11 - Living The Life In Tech – Dr. Erdal Ozkaya, Regional CISO, Standard Chartered Bank
In this episode we are joined by Erdal Ozkaya, regional CISO for Standard Chartered Bank
Erdal discusses some of the major cybersecurity threats currently facing businesses in 2020 and beyond, while providing deeper insights around the steps CISOs need to take to better prepare themselves for when an attack occurs.
Erdal also delves deep into the current increase of ransomware attacks on major companies and looks at when an organisation should make the tough decision in either paying or not paying the ransom.
Ep 10 - Living The Life In Tech – Nicki Doble Group CIO, Cover-More Insurance
In this episode we are joined by Nicki Doble, Group CIO for Cover-More Insurance
Nicki discusses her views around CIOs that emerge from this current pandemic with their role (and your reputation) intact, won’t need “transformational” in their job description. The very fact that any CIO and their employer are still standing will be enough to say “I transformed and survived”.
Nicki also provides insights around how differently the travel insurance business will look like for customers in the future and the major changes that have now had to take shape within their organisation to keep the business agile and at the forefront of it’s game.
Ep 9 - Living The Life In Tech – Ned Lowe, Chief Technology Officer, Singlife
In this episode we are joined by Ned Lowe, Chief Technology Officer from Singlife
Ned discusses some of the reasons he feels CIOs and senior tech leaders will be more involved in the business discussions throughout organisations when carrying out the overall strategy in the future.
We also get some insights around the “Singlife Account” – a zero lock-in insurance saving policy that gives customers 2.5% return on their money, and instant access to the funds anywhere in the world.
Ep 8 - Living The Life In Tech – Chris Bezuidenhout, CIO for Corporate and Investment Banking APAC, Global Emerging Markets, Deutsche Bank AG
In this episode we are joined by Chris Bezuidenhout, CIO for Corporate and Investment Banking APAC, Global Emerging Markets, Deutsche Bank AG.
Chris discusses some of the major projects he has headed up over the last couple of years for Deutsche Bank and outlines the importance of ensuring the business operates as product owners of their technology assets and investments and remain as active participants when designing and delivering solutions.
Chris also provides insights around the hottest topics within the FSI industry including the balancing of new and old legacy systems along with the challenges being faced around the next economic cycle we are entering and how this will usher a period where funding for start-ups and FinTechs will be much harder to come by.