Over the years after securing hundreds of websites we realized that there are two type of businesses. First ones are those who know that they can be hacked and take steps to do something about it. Second type of businesses are the ones who are very confident that they won’t get hacked, but eventually do. As they say ‘only the paranoid survive’.
Usually we deal with CTOs, Developers and CEOs of the organization. But a company has many more stakeholders that get affected if their website/app gets hacked. We thought we’d interview other stake holders, startup owners, growth hackers and many others to ask what they think about security. And while we do that, we’ll learn how they work and what’s their thought process like. An interesting dive to take as a security company!
So this is our very first video in this series where we interview a startup sales consultant and ask what are his views on security.
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