What startup CSOs can learn from three enterprise security experts

How do you maintain your startup safe?

That’s the major query we explored at TC Sessions: Enterprise earlier this month. No matter the size, each and every startup is an enterprise. Each startup will develop in size as it builds out. But as a firm expands, that speedy development can lead to a distraction from the foundational principle of any modern day firm — maintaining it safe.

Safety isn’t just a buzzword. As some of the biggest businesses in Silicon Valley have shown, safety can be complicated. From storing passwords in plaintext to information breaches galore, how can startups find out from some of the largest safety lapses in the tech business’s history?

Our panel consisted of 3 of the brightest minds in enterprise safety: Wendy Nather, head of advisory CISOs at Duo Safety, is an enterprise safety professional Martin Casado, common companion at Andreessen Horowitz, is a safety and enterprise startup investor and Emily Heath, United’s chief facts safety officer, oversees the safety operations of the biggest U.S. airlines.

This is what guidance they had.

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