In episode 63 of the Cybersecurity Minute, Rob Wood advises on how the CISO, CDO, and data teams can build strong relationships to improve data strategy.
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00:34 — The chief data officer (CDO) isn’t often mentioned in cybersecurity, yet it’s well-known that data is “one of our crown jewels,” Rob says.
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01:00 — Security leaders should get to know the people involved in their organization’s data strategy. It could be the CDO, or maybe it’s a particular product or engineering team.
01:39 — Start to proactively engage the people involved with data to understand what’s driving them, what’s important to them, what their goals are, what their constraints are, and what their concerns are. In turn, share information about what drives you, your concerns, and your perceptions of risk.
01:51 — Investing in relationships with your data peers and building a shared understanding and context can really pay off for you and your organization.
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