On today’s show, host Chris Gorog speaks with the Former Chief Security and Privacy Officer at Intel, Malcolm Harkins. Malcolm tells us how he got into cyber-security and put in 24 years into Intel and another 4 into a start-up company called Silence Corporation. With his background in the industry, Malcolm breaks down the difference between a CIO and CISO, explaining how most CISO’s report to CIO’s inside a company. He also speaks on how he believes Information Risk is permeating every aspect of an organization and creating social risks and ethical and moral dilemmas on how you use technology in a business/corporation. Malcolm breaks down how he thinks both the roles of CIO’s and CISO’s will grow and develop as people become more aware of the benefits of cyber-security in their businesses. Listen as Malcolm explains the importance of trust in the security industry and how most companies will base finding it on two things: confidence and character.
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