Endpoint Security , Next-Generation Technologies & Secure Development

Embracing Change in Cybersecurity

Tom Kellermann of Carbon Black on Overcoming Failing Architectures
Tom Kellermann, chief cybersecurity officer, Carbon Black

Security leaders need to embrace security change to overcome failing architectures that have evolved over the last decade, says Tom Kellermann, chief cybersecurity officer at Carbon Black.

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In an video interview at RSA Conference 2018, Kellermann discusses :

  • Why some security architectures are failing;
  • Overcoming the volume and visibility challenge;
  • Recommendations for how to change cybersecurity thinking.

Before joining Carbon Black, Kellermann was the CEO and founder of Strategic Cyber Ventures. He previously held the positions of chief cybersecurity officer at Trend Micro, vice president of security for Core Security, and deputy CISO for the World Bank Treasury. In 2008, he was appointed to the Commission on Cyber Security for the 44th President of the United States, and in 2017, he was the Wilson Center's Global Fellow for Cyber Policy. In 2003, Kellermann co- authored "Electronic Safety and Soundness: Securing Finance in a New Age."


About the Author

Varun Haran

Varun Haran

Managing Director, Asia & Middle East, ISMG

Haran has been a technology journalist in the Indian market for over six years, covering the enterprise technology segment and specializing in information security. He has driven multiple industry events such as the India Computer Security Conferences (ICSC) and the first edition of the Ground Zero Summit 2013 during his stint at UBM. Prior to joining ISMG, Haran was first a reporter with TechTarget writing for SearchSecurity and SearchCIO; and later, correspondent with InformationWeek, where he covered enterprise technology-related topics for the CIO and IT practitioner.




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