What We Can Learn from Hackers

Thycotic’s Joseph Carson on How to Secure Vulnerabilities Before They’re Hacked

Joseph Carson, Chief Security Scientist and Advisory CISO, Thycotic

As chief security scientist and advisory CISO to security vendor Thycotic, Joseph Carson is well aware of risks employees will take to get their jobs done. So aware that he’s just authored a new ethical hacker’s guide to help enterprises plug their holes – before their adversaries breach them.

In a video interview with Information Security Media Group, Carson discusses:

  • New research on risks employees are willing to take to do their jobs;
  • Genesis of his new ethical hacker’s guide;
  • How to think like a hacker to improve your enterprise’s cybersecurity.

Carson has more than 25 years’ experience in enterprise security; He has authored Privileged Account Management for Dummies and Cybersecurity for Dummies, is a cyber security professional and an ethical hacker. He is a cybersecurity advisor to several governments as well as critical infrastructure, financial and transportation companies. He is a seasoned speaker and has presented at conferences globally.