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“Future of Vulnerability Management” Podcast Episode 8: How Organizational Culture Affects Consensus about the Criticality of Assets

Future of Vulnerability Management Podcast Episode 8 Featuring Tunde O'Daniel

The Future of Vulnerability Management podcast is dedicated to helping security professionals tackle real issues in the vulnerability management space. Lisa Xu, our CEO, interviews industry experts and leading practitioners about what can be done to prepare for the future of vulnerability management. 

Lisa has a passion for connecting business with technology and thrives in transforming disruptive technology into leading solutions. Over the past two decades, Lisa has advised Fortune 500 enterprises on data security, privacy and technology risk management, and led many diverse teams at Ally Financial (GMAC), KPMG, and Blue Cross Blue Shield.

In this episode, NopeSec’s CEO, Lisa Xu, speaks with Tunde Oni-Daniel, Head of Technology Operations and Engineering at OneMain Financial. OneMain Financial is the leader in offering non-prime customers responsible access to credit and has been dedicated to improving the financial well-being of hardworking Americans since 1912.

During the episode, Tunde brings his considerable experience in technology operations and engineering to provide a unique perspective on vulnerability management and other critical security concepts. 

Topics discussed:

  • Tunde shares how early in his life, being vulnerable enough to recognize what he didn’t know but finding creative ways to attain the knowledge he needed helped shape his career. 
  • Based on his experience working in various industries, Tunde talks about his observed differences and similarities in operational risk management.
  • Tunde explores some of the challenges organizations experience as they struggle to establish and communicate the criticality of data and other digital assets across their enterprise. 
  •  Lisa and Tunde dive into the idea that security leaders must continually focus on what is most important to the organization and build resiliency for those assets in their systems. 
  • The conversation examines the idea that organizational culture affects how well leaders can achieve consensus about the criticality of assets.
  • Tunde emphasizes the importance of understanding the language of the board to effectively communicate with executives or stakeholders who are not coming from technology or cyberspace.
  • Lisa and Tunde touch on how vulnerability management can affect cyber insurance.


Listen to the episode on Apple or Spotify now!

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