How will a security architect from Palo Alto Networks apply his skills to architect a more competent, secure and diverse cybersecurity and information technology future?
Today's show focuses on answering the question: How will a security architect apply his skills to architect a more competent, secure and diverse cybersecurity and information technology future?
Our special guest is Ron Eddings. Ron is the Manager and Security Architect at Palo Alto Networks.
As a Security Architect leader, he's responsible for facilitating growth for others and consistently creating a pipeline of security leaders. His team is highly effective when planning, designing, and implementing security controls for enterprise organizations.
In addition, his team of security architects are leaders in creating security policies, standards, and guidelines.
During implementation, our team assists enterprise organizations with :
• Detection engineering
• Case management
• Creating and automating incident responses processes
• Threat Intel Management
He assists organizations scale security controls while reducing complexities that analyst and engineers face and he works closely with analysts, engineers, and enterprise stakeholders to provide production security workflows that are measurable and can grow at scale.
Ron is committed to consistently advocating for team success and he considers himself to be a lifetime learner who is constantly finding ways to hone his craft in technology.
As if that wasn't enough, he's the co-host of Hacker Valley Studio, a GREAT podcast.
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