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12 September 2019 / Leadership Development / JC Gaillard

A decade of firefighting has taken its toll on the CISO profession The role of the CISO is changing. If that was ever the case, it can no longer be seen JUST as a technical role. In some industries, it is being challenged by the world-wide tightening o… Read more »

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22 August 2019 / Strategy and Governance / JC Gaillard

One Board member must be in charge and their pay package must ride on it In 2015, in the wake of the TalkTalk data breach which made a massive impact in the UK media and even got politicians involved, we first explored the key questions the Board shoul… Read more »

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1 August 2019 / JC's Column / JC Gaillard

Public authorities must step up their game to help SMBs Ransomware has been on the radar with cyber security professionals for a number of years. At Corix Partners, we wrote about it for the first time 3 years ago in the summer of 2016 following a conf… Read more »

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18 July 2019 / Strategy and Governance / JC Gaillard

Cyber Security maturity stagnates because many CISOs are structurally prevented from looking beyond day-to-day firefighting Many CISOs struggle to look beyond day-to-day firefighting and get trapped in tactical games. We highlighted this last year in t… Read more »

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4 July 2019 / Cyber Security Community / Corix Partners

Corix Partners is active at a number of levels in the wider cyber security community in the UK and abroad. This is a summary of the activities which we have undertaken during Q2 2019.   Corix Partners is delighted to announce that since 9th April… Read more »

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20 June 2019 / JC's Column / JC Gaillard

Security Organizations must evolve. The CISO cannot be credible on all fronts A recent comment I read on Linkedin made me think. It was in response to a post on zero-day vulnerabilities and software patching, and roughly translated from the French, it… Read more »

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6 June 2019 / Strategy and Governance / JC Gaillard

Bake it in from the start: “Moving fast and breaking things” will become a thing of the past as customers and investors take security and privacy more and more seriously It seems that security is still – at best – an afterthought for most start-ups as… Read more »

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23 May 2019 / Architecture and Design / JC Gaillard

A symptom of the unhealthy relationship between cyber security and large firms As we reach one of the high points of each year’s conference season, one has to reflect once more on the staggering number of products and vendors active across the cybersec… Read more »

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9 May 2019 / Architecture and Design / JC Gaillard

Blind trust is no longer enough in the era of GDPR Clouds are those blurred masses of condensed watery vapor floating in the sky whose gloomy nature often leads to questionings around their true physical state. Are they really tangible? Could we touch… Read more »

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25 April 2019 / JC's Column / JC Gaillard

Cyber resilience must not be used to legitimise window-dressing practices around cyber security Although the theme is gaining momentum, there is a certain amount of confusion around what cyber resilience really means for organisations. For many, it is… Read more »

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