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Become an Axonian
In this webinar, Lenny sat down for a virtual fireside chat with Larry Whiteside, President and Co-Founder of International Consortium of Minority Cybersecurity Professionals (ICMCP). Larry shares tips on how to shift between internally & externally focused roles when progressing as a security professional, anticipate & overcome the challenges of building diverse & effective security teams, stay active professionally while having interests & commitments outside the security responsibilities at work, and network with others in the industry to learn, contribute, and progress as members of the community.
Larry Whiteside, Jr.
President at ICMCP
Larry Whiteside, Jr. is a veteran CISO, former USAF Officer, and thought leader in the Cybersecurity field. He has 25+ years experience in building and running cybersecurity programs, holding C Level Security executive roles in multiple industries including DoD, Federal Government, Financial Services, Healthcare, and Critical Infrastructure.
Larry recently accepted the role of Chief Technology Officer at CyberClan, a full service Global Incident Response and Managed Security Services Provider for the small to medium sized business.Larry is also the Co-Founder, President, and on the Board of Directors at the International Consortium of Minority Cybersecurity Professionals (ICMCP), a 501(c)3 non-profit association that is dedicated to increase the number of minorities and women in the cybersecurity career field through providing workforce development that includes skills assessment, training, education, mentorship, and opportunity.
CISO of Axonius
Lenny is Chief Information Security Officer at Axonius. Prior to Axonius, Zeltser led security product management at Minerva Labs and NCR. Before that, he spearheaded the U.S. security consulting practice at a leading cloud services provider acquired by CenturyLink. Zeltser also helps shape global cybersecurity practices by teaching at SANS Institute and by sharing knowledge through writing, public speaking, and community projects. He has earned the prestigious GIAC Security Expert designation and developed the Linux malware analysis toolkit REMnux. Lenny is also on the Board of Directors of SANS Technology Institute.