Cyber-attacks have shown that no one is safe. Each week join Mathieu Gorge, a security management expert and founder of VigiTrust, as he interviews thought leaders and company executives that are leading cyber readiness initiatives, cyber security and digital forensics investigations. If you want to implement clear plans to manage your risk and demonstrate cyber-accountability, this is the podcast for you. The Cyber-Elephant in the Boardroom with Mathieu Gorge from Forbes Books.
E6.P2 - Nicole Perlroth, Author, This Is How They Tell Me the World Ends
We conclude our conversation with Nicole Perlroth the cyber security reporter from the New York Times and the author of the new book “This Is How They Tell Me the World Ends." In part two, Nicole talks about the ways to increase cyber awareness, how to communicate the importance of cyber security, and what the Biden administration is doing to tackle cyber espionage.
E6.P1 - Nicole Perlroth, Author, This Is How They Tell Me the World Ends
In past episodes we’ve spoken to CISOs and thought leaders who are on the ground protecting us from the inside, but this week we're taking a look at cyber security from a global perspective with Nicole Perlroth. Nicole is the cyber security reporter from the New York Times and the author of the new book “This Is How They Tell Me the World Ends.” In part one, Nicole shares the inspiration for her new book, which countries are heavily involved in cyber warfare, and which targets are the most vulnerable to attacks.
E5.P2 - Heather Hinton, Chief Information Security Officer, RingCentral
Mathieu and Joe wrap up their conversation with Heather Hinton, the Chief Information Security Officer at Cloud communications company, RingCentral. Heather has more than 30 years of experience in Information Technology which includes her time at IBM where the oversaw the firm’s compliance issues for its internal and external consumers. In part two, Heather discusses her favorite cyber-awareness initiatives, how to talk cyber security with board members, and what it felt like to be inducted into the Women in Technology Hall of Fame.
E5.P1 - Heather Hinton, Chief Information Security Officer, RingCentral
This week Mathieu and Joe welcome Heather Hinton to the podcast. Heather is currently RingCentral's Chief Information Security Officer and has more than 30 years of experience in the Information Technology space. In part one, Heather discusses her accomplishments at IBM, the over 100 groundbreaking patents she is credited with, and how RingCentral adapted during the pandemic.
E4.P2 - Jean-Paul “JP” Calabio, Chief Information Security Officer, Alorica
Mathieu concludes his conversation with Alorica's Chief Information Security Officer, Jean-Paul “JP” Calabio. In part two, JP shares some of the first steps he took when he joined Alorica, how cyber security has evolved in the boardroom, and what keeps CISOs up at night.
E4.P1 - Jean-Paul “JP” Calabio, Chief Information Security Officer, Alorica
Joining Mathieu this week is Jean-Paul “JP” Calabio, the Chief Information Security Officer at Alorica. JP shares how he became Alorica’s first-ever CISO, how Alorica was able to transition their entire team to a work-at-home environment during the pandemic, and how he learned to better communicate with board members.