Security incidents happen; that’s just reality. But how a company decides to handle an event says more about their values and priorities than their product. The recent Okta compromise reminds us of the damage inflicted when there is a lack of transparency between a security vendor and its customers.
Vice President, Threat Intelligence Engineering at ThreatQuotient
As VP of Threat Intelligence Engineering, Chris Jacob leads a global team of engineers in working with prospects and customers to assess their current approach to intelligence, understand their needs, and provide them with a product-driven solution. Chris has over 15 years of experience in Information Security, beginning with serving as Battalion Information Systems Coordinator during his time in the Marine Corps, and including leadership positions at Sourcefire, Fidelis Cybersecurity and Webroot.