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Watch Lenny Zeltser (CISO at Axonius) and Lodrina Cherne, certified SANS instructor and Principal Security Advocate at Cybereason, discuss Lodrina's unique career path — including how she carved out a custom role within Cybereason. They chat about Lodrina’s deep expertise in and passion for digital forensics and incident response. They also touch on topics such as why it’s essential to create & promote diverse, forward-thinking teams, how to succeed in newly formed roles & departments, and ways to stay balanced when working in high-pressure security roles.
SANS Instructor & Principal Security Advocate at Cybereason
Lodrina is the Principal Security Advocate at Cybereason where she works to advance security policy and standards. She is also an instructor for SANS Institute where she teaches Windows Forensic Analysis and helps students to advance their foundational understanding of digital forensics. Cherne has a bachelor's degree in computer science from Boston University and holds the GCFE, GCFA, and GASF certifications. Cherne was also named to SC Magazine's prestigious Women in IT Security 2019 issue in the Women to Watch category.
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.