WHERE TO WATCH
Cybersecurity Needs to Be a Board-Level Issue
October 10, 2017
Updated 8mo ago
Security Compass COO Rohit Sethi says executives need to focus on building more secure systems, as opposed to just detecting and responding to data breaches and security threats.
Newark Alliance CEO Hopes New York's Amazon Loss is New Jersey's Gain
Oct 10, 2017
What to Do if Your Company Is Hacked
Companies should have a plan of action before an attack even happens. Security Compass COO Rohit Sethi lays out keys to a proper response plan.
Aug 14, 2018
Congressman Wants to Bar House Members From Corporate Boards
Rep. Tom Reed says he plans to propose a ban on House members serving on corporate boards, a bipartisan proposal designed to eliminate "potential conflict and the appearance of impropriety." The move comes a week after his New York Republican colleague Rep. Chris Collins was indicted on insider trading charges.
Oct 10, 2017
Are You Vulnerable to a Cybersecurity Attack?
Rohit Sethi, COO of Security Compass, joins Cheddar to discuss the one thing all cybersecurity hacks have in common: software vulnerability. He compares cybersecurity compliance to fire safety years ago. Fire codes were not created and there was no plan in place if a fire occurred. He believes cybersecurity is a board-level issue that needs to be built on the front end, so companies don't need to deal with the repercussions on the back end. The one tip he gives to major companies: shift risk back to the vendor.