Every Thursday, I summarize a podcast about cybersecurity so you can read it in about five minutes or less. This week features Jesse Nash, a partner at the law firm of Reitler Kailas & Rosenblatt, which specializes in venture capital and emerging companies. He spoke with John Verry of The Virtual CISO Podcast (#23) about the need for software-as-a-service vendors to understand the security and privacy requirements of their customers.
John Verry: What are the most important issues that you’re suggesting SaaS vendors address right out of the gate before they start going towards a deal?
09:07 -- Jesse Nash cited a McKinsey article called Securing Software-as-a-Service. For the article, McKinsey interviewed CISOs from major companies about their experiences in doing business-to-business SaaS transactions. What they experienced was a significant disconnect in terms of B2B SaaS companies, how they were approaching these CISOs and engaging with them, becoming a partner and a stakeholder in the customer’s data security and privacy infrastructure...
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