Here are six minutes of the best moments from our last CISO Series Video Chat “Hacking Data Protection and Visibility: An hour of critical thinking on how to gain back control of your data wherever it travels”.

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Best Bad Ideas

We smashed previous bad idea records with an insane 81 bad ideas for this video chat. Joshua Scott, head of information security, Postman took the top prize, but we did have a few honorable mentions.

“Print all data and keep it in a safe.” – Shawn Bowen, CISO, Restaurant Brands International

“Mix malware in with your legitimate data so when illegitimate users try to access it their devices get infected.” – Rick Woodward, cyber security analyst, Gibbs & Cox, Inc.

“Have a marketing intern manually enter all data onto a Palm Pilot. Then, smash the Palm Pilot with a hammer.” – Dutch Schwartz, strategic lead, AWS Global Security Services Team, AWS

Best quotes from the chat room

“Since the US does not have a federal level comprehensive data privacy standard, the fact that the big 3 might be coordinating content monitoring actions raises some very serious issues.” – Jeremy Robinson

“Users will spend more time working around a policy and process than doing their jobs per policy and process.” – Mark Dun, consultant

“The key to classification is setting the internal standard of what data elements reside in what classification. That is the harder problem, getting consensus.” – Mathew Biby, CISO, Satcom Direct

“I love the ‘zero trust on the data itself’ approach. Each time it’s consumed it checks identity and more conditions like locations, protection conditions, and such. It’s about time we get there.” – Eli Migdal, CEO, Boardish