Bad Assumptions We See in the Cyber Space
August 5, 2022
Hosted by Kim Hakim
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On this episode of And Security For All, guest host Jonathan Kimmitt has Sagi Brody on the show to discuss bad assumptions we see in the cyber space, and the negative effects they cause. This includes reactions to disaster recovery and how to mitigate new attacks related to backup and DR data movers. Sagi is the Chief Technology Officer at Opti9 Tech.
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As a US Navy veteran, a woman in cyber, and a business leader focused on the cyber security space, I have a unique background and real-world insight into what makes the market “tick.” My deep experience and understanding of this market, and years of experience hosting conference talks and sessions related to the cyber security market are truly unique. My experience covers over 20 years in the Cyber Security industry. I’m an entrepreneur who has successfully started two companies (FutureCon Events and Data Connectors). More recently, I was selected as one of 100 Women in the book publication “Women Know Cyber: 100 Fascinating Females Fighting Cybercrime.”
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