#103 International Women’s Day 2020

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To mark International Women’s Day 2020 and highlight the amazing women making a difference in cybersecurity, we invited 13 of our previous guests to answer a single question. Their responses are collated into this podcast: a snapshot of the industry from the women who are leading it.

Diana Kelley, Field CTO at Microsoft, on digital privacy best practices.

Fiona McEvoy, Tech Ethics Writer and Researcher, on digital regulation.

Laura Noren, VP of Privacy and Trust at Obsidian Security, on cybersecurity skill sets.

Jessica Groopman, Industry Analyst and Founding Partner at Kaleido Insights, on how to attract ethically minded tech employees.

Vasu Jakkal, EVP & CMO at FireEye, on the future of the CMO in technology.

Simone Petrella, CEO & Founder of Cyber Vista, on the cyber skills gap challenge.

Dr. Andrea Little Limbago, Chief Social Scientist at Virtru, on government intervention in encryption.

Kavya Pearlman, Cybersecurity Strategist, on the conflicting demands on the CISO role.

Renuka Nadkarni, Security CTO at F5, on managing privacy from a B2B perspective.

Kristina Podnar, Digital Policy Consultant and Author, on how marketers can create personalized experiences without stalking customers.

Hema Lakkaraju, CEO & Founder of Hayag Corporation, on compliance in healthcare

Dr. Char Sample, Chief Research Scientist at Idaho National Labs, on which approach works best in cybersecurity — individualism or collectivism .

Meeri Haataja, CEO & Co-Founder at Saidot, on AI governance and ethics.

You can find more podcasts from these amazing women in our podcast library.