Chief Information Security Officers. PHOTO: Cybercrime Magazine.

What CISOs Are Saying About Cybercrime Magazine

Feedback on the research, reports, and videos produced by Cybersecurity Ventures

Steve Morgan, Editor-in-Chief

Northport, N.Y. – Nov. 1, 2019

The editors at Cybercrime Magazine wanted to know what large enterprise CISOs think about our media. So we asked them.

Here’s what some of them had to say (unedited):

  • Cybercrime Magazine’s commitment to combating cybercrime is showcased through their published research and ongoing collaboration with industry leaders. They provide a wealth of information which is used by me and my staff members for up-to-date cybersecurity facts and research. I have also had the honor of being interviewed by Cybercrime Magazine, where I was able to share my experiences and insights as a healthcare CISO. Highly recommended! – Kathy Hughes – VP and CISO at Northwell Health
  • I find a fresh voice covering cybersecurity in Cybercrime Magazine and I love it. They take on relevant topics, content that I want to see and read, and in a tone that resonates with me. I know that when I read or view content from Cybercrime Magazine I am going to learn something new. – Deneen DeFiore – SVP, Global Chief Information & Product Security Officer at GE Aviation
  • The book, research, reports, and articles are useful nuggets for any person focused on cybersecurity. The valuable metrics help shape the story, provide context, and defend our cybersecurity decisions. The Cybersecurity Ventures content is helpful in discussing the trends of cybersecurity like cybercrime costs, ransomware damages, and cybersecurity spending. These statistics provide value as we construct cost models, design secure infrastructures, and relay each of our stories in our fight against the adversary. – Dr. Jay, VP and CISO at Xerox
  • “I frequently rely on Cybersecurity Ventures to obtain the latest security industry news, expertise and research. Between the CISO one-minute podcast, published research, videos, and events, I’m never without a resource to get statistics, market data and real-time predictions that help me stay abreast of market-impacting factors.” – Roland Cloutier, SVP & CSO at ADP
  • “My favorite part is their Ask the CISO interviews.  It’s a great way to learn how other leaders in our industry started their careers as well as how they are tackling the complicated job at hand.  You can always take a few things from those interviews and bring them back to your organization.” – Christopher Porter, SVP & CISO at Fannie Mae
  • “In the crazy, complex work of cybersecurity, Cybersecurity Ventures does an incredible job of curating valuable, digestible content. It’s quickly become my go-to resource for the latest happenings in cyber. The articles are relevant and timely, the ‘lists’ are super helpful, the research is spot on, and the nuggets you glean in the videos and stories from some of the world’s top CISOs are incredible. This community has been lacking a place to go; thank you, CV team, for making life easier on us.” – Emily Heath, VP & CISO at United Airlines

Fortune 500, Global 2000, and equivalent large enterprise CISOs are one of our core constituencies. These people are at the top of the cybersecurity food chain – responsible for protecting the largest companies from cybercrime, which we estimate to cost the world $6 trillion annually by 2021.

We appreciate the kudos, but we don’t take it for granted. We’ll continue asking CISOs what they think about our Cybercrime Magazine media and the research from Cybersecurity Ventures.

Steve Morgan is founder and Editor-in-Chief at Cybersecurity Ventures.

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