As businesses continue their journey to SaaS adoption, the browser becomes the central location where work-related services are managed and operated. This means organizations now need to manage risk at the browser edge. Traditional network security controls are still important, but they are not flexible enough for securing the modern data and information flow on their own. Instead, the browser edge becomes the new central hub for policy enforcement and decision-making, providing relevant context and visibility.
Our guest, Steve Zalewski, was the CISO for Levi Strauss and has 25 years of security experience under his belt. He’s also an advisor for LayerX. In this new podcast episode, he embarks on a fascinating conversation with LayerX’s CEO, Or Eshed, about how CISOs, CSOs and security leaders can balance out browser edge and network edge security in their security strategies and stacks. They also discuss the importance of browser security for organizations that are not cloud-first.
How can CSOs prioritize their budget between network edge and browser edge security and which one of the three types of CISOs are you? Listen to this episode and find out.
Steve Zalewski is an advisor to security companies and VC firms, providing guidance on market fit and direction. In addition, his practice provides fractional CISO and security advisory services to clients to address program design, assessment, due-diligence, and board reporting. He is the former CISO at Levi Strauss & Co and has held senior security positions at Pacific Gas & Electric and Kaiser Permanente. Today he is an advisor to security companies and VC firms. In addition, his practice provides fractional CISO and security advisory services to clients to address program design, assessment, due-diligence, and board reporting.
Or Eshed is the Co-Founder & CEO of Browser Security platform LayerX, with over a decade of experience in cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, and information warfare.
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