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Smarter Cybersecurity

Some challenges are overcome by fixing structural flaws in cybersecurity math and methods.  For example, learn the value of improving dependency analysis. Other challenges are overcome with organizational change leadership – for individuals, diverse high-performing teams and more broadly. To overcome the complications of a siloed discipline like cybersecurity, it is vital to build teams of active learners who understand creative and critical thinking.

Harold Moss, CEO of Tautuk and guest speaker for our partner Boardwise’s Board Certification Program and Brian Barnier, faculty for the Boardwise program, discuss ideas in a fireside chat about smart ways to address challenges to creating effective cybersecurity. Learn how to find root causes of incidents before incidents occur to avoid issues.  

Enjoy the chat with Harold and Brian.


Brian Barnier

Brian Barnier is Director of ValueBridge Advisors and an independent consultant working with the 2GO Advisory Group. Brian is focused on growing companies, investments and countries, bringing practical insight to investors, boards and management to help them bridge from strategy to execution. He accelerates improvement in business results through a risk lens that incorporates both growth and turnaround lessons learned across industries, professional disciplines and countries. Brian brings a unique synthesis on change ranging from global economics to technology that is reshaping time-space. This synthesis stems from his experience in both business model investing, and general and product management. These perspectives are why his accomplishments have tended to be in initiatives requiring foresight and thoughtful execution in complex and dynamic environments. Internationally, he maintains relationships in more than thirty countries and has a passion for economic development.

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  1. Yusuf

    Great post thanks for share this amazing and informative post

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