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The Security Collective is the podcast for leaders tasked with, and interested in, securing technology, people, processes and data for the protection of all.
Join best-selling author Claire Pales, together with industry thought leaders who answer your questions about security leadership, trends, technologies, and more.

'The Security Collective' podcast - formerly 'The Secure CIO'

The Security Collective Podcast Claire Pales

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The Security Collective is the podcast for leaders tasked with, and interested in, securing technology, people, processes and data for the protection of all.
Join best-selling author Claire Pales, together with industry thought leaders who answer your questions about security leadership, trends, technologies, and more.

'The Security Collective' podcast - formerly 'The Secure CIO'

    Making the cyber sector redundant with Nick Ellsmore

    Making the cyber sector redundant with Nick Ellsmore

    After the success of Nick’s first episode, we welcome him back to discuss what has changed since we spoke a few years ago. We chat about the cyber job market, how things have changed through COVID, how ‘good cybersecurity is boring’, shadow IT, and Nick’s thoughts on the future of cybersecurity.

    • 25 min
    A new board agenda with Anna Leibel

    A new board agenda with Anna Leibel

    A multi-episode guest on the podcast, we welcome back Anna to discuss how boards have adjusted during COVID - from governing cyber risk; technology and audit risk committees; to encouraging resilience and collaboration. Anna also shares what work looks like since leaving her corporate career.

    • 17 min
    The silver lining of COVID with Laura Staples

    The silver lining of COVID with Laura Staples

    When Laura Staples was last on the podcast she shared that Laminex were undertaking the biggest work from home experiment ever.  Laura joins us again on the podcast to share how things have played out over the last 18 months.

    • 22 min
    Securing a distracted workforce with Craig Searle

    Securing a distracted workforce with Craig Searle

    One of our original podcast guests, Craig Searle, returns to discuss how cyber has changed in the few years since we spoke - from navigating the pandemic; awareness of supply chain security issues; to achieving diversity in the workplace.
    Craig Searle is the co-founder of Australian cybersecurity consultancy, Hivint, and the security collaboration platform, Security Colony – both of which were acquired by Trustwave, an Optus company, in December 2018.
    Craig has over 12 years of experience in the security industry, working in the finance, government, telecommunications and infrastructure sectors. He has been directly responsible for the delivery of a number of strategically-critical security programs for a range of clients, including a $10m PCI DSS compliance program for one of Australia’s leading health insurers, achieving compliance on-time and on budget.
    Links:
    Craig LinkedIn
    Craig Twitter
    Episode #3 Security Sourcing: Cracking the Code with Craig Searle
    For the full episode transcript, please visit our website

    • 27 min
    75. Marketing Cyber 101 with Paul De Arajo

    75. Marketing Cyber 101 with Paul De Arajo

    After joining the podcast as a guest in Episode 64 ‘The 14 day Security Challenge - Paul De Arajo is back as we continue our chat about the role of marketing and communications in cybersecurity risk management.

    Paul joined NBN during COVID-19 in 2020 delivering security influence programs to protect NBN’s people and assets from personnel, physical and cyber security threats.

    • 26 min
    R U OK? with Graeme Cowan

    R U OK? with Graeme Cowan

    Today is R U OK? day and it seems fitting we revisit my previous episode with Graeme Cowan. Last year, I was fortunate to meet with Graeme Cowan and ask him about his story, ask him about R U OK? day, and talk to him about some resilience activities that cybersecurity leaders can do, given the burnout that can occur in our industry.
    As a mental health and resilience author and speaker, and Board Director of R U OK?, Graeme spends his professional life helping people understand just that. Graeme uses his first-hand experience after coming through an experience of extreme burn out to help others appreciate and understand the importance of looking out for themselves, as well as looking out for the people around them.
    My goal for my discussion with Graeme was to give you the knowledge to build safe, resilient, and healthy security teams and leaders, but this episode goes so much further than that. It is PACKED full of information, resources and simple, actionable ideas that you can use today immediately to check in not only with your team, but also with yourself.
    Links:
    Graeme’s Website
    LinkedIn
    Twitter
    Back From The Brink
    R U OK?
    TED Talk on the Harvard Study of Adult Development
    Self-Care Snapshot Checklist
    Project Aristotle results
    Debunking Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs
    Peter Gollwitzer
    Full episode transcript on our website

    • 28 min

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Empowering, insightful and actionable! 🙌

Whether you’re well established as someone who can translate creative energy into the impact you want to have on the cybersecurity world, or just getting started as a catalyst for change - this is a must-listen podcast for you! Claire does an incredible job leading conversations that cover a huge breadth of topics related to the ins and outs of building a thriving enterprise and security team you can be proud of - with leaders who’ve actually walked the path. Highly recommend listening and subscribing!

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