Small businesses have the same threat risk as larger firms, albeit with a smaller attack surface, but have few resources to address their cybersecurity needs. How do SMBs mitigate cybersecurity risks?
Ed Amoroso, founder and CEO of cybersecurity research and advisory firm TAG Cyber, recently sat down for a conversation with AaDya’s founder and CEO, Raffaele Mautone and board member Julie Cullivan to talk about cybersecurity challenges for small businesses and how Judy solves them.
Topics discussed include:
- How SMBs manage IT
- AI and machine learning
- Threats faced by SMBs
- Essential capabilities for SMB cybersecurity
Dr. Ed Amoroso is CEO of TAG Cyber. An NYU professor and former AT&T executive, Ed started TAG Cyber in 2016 to democratize research and advisory services and unleash his inner entrepreneur. Business Insider tapped him as one of the country’s 50 leaders “who helped lead the cyber security industry."
For over 25 years, Julie Cullivan has driven transformational go-to-market, technology, security, operational, and acquisition strategy for both public and pre-IPO companies. Most recently she was the Chief Technology and People Officer at Forescout Technologies. Earlier, Julie held executive positions at FireEye, Autodesk, McAfee, EMC, and Oracle. She was recognized as a Cybersecurity Leader of the Year 2020 by CSWY, a Woman of Influence 2019 by the Silicon Valley Business Journal, 2019 Most Influential Corporate Board Directors, and awarded the Bay Area CIO of the Year 2017. Julie is a frequent speaker on topics including women in technology, security as a board room imperative, digital innovation, and building high impact teams. She serves on the Boards of Axon Enterprise, HeartFlow, and AaDya Security and holds a BS in Finance from Santa Clara University.
Meet Judy today and see all that she can do for small and midsize businesses.