Episode 9: Putting Security First with Ben Sapiro of Vision Critical

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This is a podcast episode titled, Episode 9: Putting Security First with Ben Sapiro of Vision Critical. The summary for this episode is: <p>To be successful, today's companies not only need to be thinking about data security and privacy, they also have to be part of their DNA from day one. In fact, <a title= "Georgian Partners data security and privacy" href= "https://georgianpartners.com/investment-thesis-areas/trust/" target="_blank" rel="noopener">data security and privacy</a> need to pervade companies, infiltrate their culture, and even end up in the hands of the sales teams. In this episode, Jon Prial talks with Ben Sapiro, Senior Director of Security, Privacy, and Compliance at <a title="Vision Critical" href="https://www.visioncritical.com/" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Vision Critical</a>, about what all of this means for business.</p> <p><strong>You'll hear about:</strong></p> <ul> <li>The 411 on Vision Critical and why it values security (0:58)</li> <li>Lessons learned from making security part of the company’s value proposition (2:12)</li> <li>Where companies should start with security first (6:09)</li> <li>Trends that will be shaping security going forward (7:28)</li> </ul>

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To be successful, today's companies not only need to be thinking about data security and privacy, they also have to be part of their DNA from day one. In fact, data security and privacy need to pervade companies, infiltrate their culture, and even end up in the hands of the sales teams. In this episode, Jon Prial talks with Ben Sapiro, Senior Director of Security, Privacy, and Compliance at Vision Critical, about what all of this means for business.

You'll hear about:

  • The 411 on Vision Critical and why it values security (0:58)
  • Lessons learned from making security part of the company’s value proposition (2:12)
  • Where companies should start with security first (6:09)
  • Trends that will be shaping security going forward (7:28)