May 18, 2021
This is the finale of Know Thyself. What an incredible journey, we feel like this entire experience flew by so fast, we got to talk to so many incredible people about knowing yourself, knowing your team, knowing your tech stack, knowing your environment, and even knowing your story.
Make your organization better make your security posture better, strive for impact, what are the most high leverage things that you can do today to make everybody's lives easier, or more safe, and then yield the feedback, there might be some things that you might be missing, you might need to ask questions, ask for feedback, get some information from your stakeholders, what what are you thinking about that I might not be thinking about? asking these different things is how you know thyself. And this is how you get to know the people that are around you, your peers, your stakeholders, the more knowledge you have got started with that Sun Tzu quote, in the very beginning of the podcast, if you know yourself and you know your enemy, you need not fear the results of 100 battles. So if you really understand yourself, and you have good threat intelligence, understanding the externals, you have good vulnerability management that understands the externals and the internals, if you mash all that information together, I think you'll be able to do great things with your cybersecurity program.
0:02 Introduction to the show
0:49 Our Sponsor, Axonius
2:09 Welcome back
2:31 Reflecting on Know Thyself
3:17 Recap This Seasons Guest
3:22 Marcus Carey
4:17 John Strand
5:05 Aaron Reinhart & Jamie Dixon
5:54 Chaos Engineering
7:12 Lenny Zeltser, asset inventory
7:54 Kevin Allison, Storytelling is a soft skill
10:19 John Strand
12:13 Can we do better?
13:54 What kind of leader are you?
14:26 Do you have unsupported devices?
17:34 Ask yourself these questions
13:33 Go back to the EASY Framework
27:28 Reach Hacker Valley
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