Cybersecurity as a first line of defence | Jay Trinckes, Interim CISO at Laika
In this episode of CISO Insiders, we welcome Jay Trinckes, Interim CISO at Laika, for an exciting and eye-level conversation about his journey into cybersecurity, advice for young cybersecurity professionals just starting out, and how the industry will evolve in 2022 and beyond.
- If there is one thing you wish you had known before starting your career
The hardest thing I overcame while beginning my career is to convince our executive leadership that cybersecurity is really important & is here to stay.
- Cybersecurity budgeting pre & post-pandemic.
Cybersecurity is expensive and companies never have enough resources to allocate funds to it. But as breaching is making headlines, we are seeing more funding coming out and leadership is becoming a little more aware of the importance of it.
- One common myth about cybersecurity
We’re not all hackers. Some of us might have done penetration testing, but people tend to assume that everyone in cybersecurity must be a hacker.
00:35 Guest Introduction and professional journey
05:15 If there is one thing you wish you had known before starting your career
06:56 Biggest failure & accomplishment 10:24 Advice for people starting their career in cybersecurity
13:38 The role of a CISO & their position in the company
19:08 One common myth about cybersecurity
20:00 What are the main concerns CISOs nowadays have?
23:39 What are the areas CISOs should be focusing on?
24:46 What are the core skillsets CISOs should have?
26:50 How will the CISO role evolve in the next decade?
29:20 Cybersecurity budgeting pre & post-pandemic.
33:15 How vendors should work with security leaders.
35:47 Closing comments
Connect with Jay: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jay-trinckes/
Connect with Ben Ben-Aderet: https://www.linkedin.com/in/benbenaderet/