Finding The Hidden InfoSec Story

Javvad Malik

Javvad Malik is a Senior Analyst in the 451 Enterprise Security Practice, providing in-depth, timely perspective on the state of enterprise security and emerging trends. Prior to joining 451 Research, he was an independent security consultant, with a career spanning 12+ years working for companies including NatWest Group, Royal Bank of Scotland Group, Halifax Treasury Services, Tesco Bank, Lloyds Banking Group and BP.

Javvad is an active blogger, event speaker and possibly best known as one of the industry’s most prolific video bloggers with his signature fresh and light-hearted perspective on security that speak to both technical and non-technical audiences alike. His articles regularly feature in online and print media, he is a coauthor of The Cloud Security Rules book and a volunteer member of the (ISC)2 foundations Safe and Secure Online initiative. Javvad was a founder of the Security B-Sides London conference, in 2010 was named as a finalist for SC Magazine’s Blogger of the Year award and in 2013 won the RSA Social Security Blogger award for the most entertaining blogger as well as winning best security video blogger and most entertaining blog at the European Security Blogger awards. You can follow him on Twitter as @J4vv4D.

Why I Joined The Analogies Project

“In a world where information is rapidly becoming a viable form currency; securing this information has become a challenge of enormous proportions. No longer can protecting information be the sole responsibility of a few individuals, but rather there is a shared responsibility amongst the wider population. However, educating and raising awareness amongst the non-specialist community has always been a challenge for security professionals. The analogies project is taking a different perspective by not only by utilizing stories that seek to engage and inform users, but also by making these freely available. I look forward to contributing towards the project and seeing how it develops in the future.” 

My Analogies

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