I want to get a moment to introduce you to Paul Asadoorian – founder of Security Weekly, the latest addition to the CyberRisk Alliance relatives of makes — and to tell you how you can take part in a particular party Paul is hosting in December.
Quite a few of you might know Paul. Perhaps you’re 1 of his 68,000 Twitter followers, or listened to him talk at any number of security conferences, or listened to Paul’s Security Weekly podcast (which the Security Weekly crew describes as a prospect for “a bunch of us security nerds to get alongside one another and communicate store.”)
Paul established Security Weekly 15 a long time back after applying security applications across several organizations, as well as at Brown University. He was a pen tester and products evangelist at Tenable Network Security. All over his vocation, he’s put together deep security know-how and hands-on experience with an irreverent spirit – a recipe that turns out to be a great way to enable men and women make far better security choices.
Now about that particular party in December. If you want to see up close what would make Paul and his crew so important to the community, be a part of us Dec. 10 when Security Weekly, in partnership with CRA, offers Security Weekly Unlocked – celebrating the 15th anniversary of Paul’s enterprise and kicking off what we hope to grow to be an annual understanding opportunity for cybersecurity practitioners.
There are two methods to take part: Very first, respond to our phone for papers (open by way of Oct. 15) and apply to turn into a panelist. 2nd, sign-up to go to and be part of us Thursday, Dec. 10, at 10:30 a.m. ET.
We can assure a enjoyable and insightful working day — on the lookout again at some of crazier times in Security Weekly’s heritage and gaining insights into cybersecurity answer deployment throughout a few tracks— Offensive Security, Defensive Security as well as a Reward monitor that shines a spotlight on important topics impacting the industry. The working day will close with a exclusive anniversary edition of Paul’s Security Weekly podcast streamed stay.
See you there!