The CISO's Gambit podcast is a pragmatic cyber risk dialogue with Zscaler's expert team of CISO security practitioners. Topics span technical and non-technical aspects of cyber risk, cybersecurity, privacy, transformational change management, and the evolving role of the CISO as a thought leader and change agent. The podcast covers current risks, what's on horizon, and how CISOs can help deliver business value that lowers risks, flattens the total cost of controls, and reduces security friction on user experience and business velocity.
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Let’s get Active about Defense
The Zscaler CISO team is joined by their esteemed colleague, Sahir Hidayatullah, to investigate the capability known in the cybersecurity industry as Active Defense.
A Game Changer - TIC 3.0 with Sean Connelly
On this episode of the CISOs Gambit, Zscaler Federal CISO, Danny Connelly speaks with Sean Connelly, CISA TIC Program Manager about TIC 3.0 and the game-changing aspects that enable federal agencies to move away from legacy network security solutions and modernize cybersecurity.
SASE: Secure Access Service…Endpoint?
The Zscaler CISO team discusses whether the endpoint is the be-all and end-all for the center of an organization’s security stack.
Would you like some business enablement with your cybersecurity?
The Zscaler CISO team discusses the different types of tension that enterprises deal with when finding balance between security and user experience.
Ransomware, Critical Infrastructure, Executive Orders, Oh My…
The Zscaler CISO team discusses the Colonial Pipeline incident and the release of a new Executive Order.
In this episode, the Zscaler CISO team discusses recent VPN exploits in the news, and the vulnerabilities inherent in legacy VPN technology.
Useful and relevant
Give me more!! What a great podcast.
Entertaining + Informational
Breaks down newsworthy topics in a really easy to understand way. Great for current or future CISOs and cybersecurity execs
This podcast is so informing recommend listening to it