Mark Kuhr, CTO and Co-Founder of Synack, and Tim Campos, CEO of Woven, discuss how to build rock-solid security architecture with intuitive UX, and track how the surface area of security has expanded as more teams are working remotely. In this episode of CIO Confidential, Mark and Tim talk about how companies balance their security priorities with the pace of their business, and a whole lot more.
- Security and productivity shouldn’t be at odds with each other. Teams need to build security into their architecture intelligently so security standards are embedded in the way teams work, not added on as an afterthought.
- The best CTOs, CIOs, and CEOs craft their businesses processes with security in mind. If you’re building with blinders on, just focusing on eliminating all risk, you can end up putting up barriers to your business processes.
- It’s becoming more common for newly hired employees to join companies without having met their colleagues in person. CIOs, CTOs, and CEOs need to clear the space and design the processes that help employees connect and build a sense of camaraderie remotely.
- “For digital transformation, securing the edge, and being able to move quickly as possible as you’re developing new applications and services — you’ll need capabilities that scale.” – Mark Kuhr
- “We’ve entered into this new phase of digital enablement of communication and collaboration technology, which has made people a lot more efficient. ” – Tim Campos
- “It’s good to be vigilant and bake into the culture of your company that security matters and everybody’s part of that. Everybody is part of that journey.” – Mark Kuhr
- “How we are going to spend our time has become incredibly valuable, especially when productivity is paramount, as it is for most knowledge-based professions.” – Tim Campos
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