What would you ask a cyber-security CEO?
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What would you ask a cyber-security CEO?

We here at IDG Connect have spoken to all kinds of tech luminaries over the years: CEOs, CTOs, CIOs, CMOs, plus experts in the realms of security, AI, Quantum, Blockchain, IoT, and more.

Now we are letting you, the reader, get involved. What questions are we not asking? What issues are we missing? We’re giving you the chance to ask whatever you want to tech’s head honchos.

First up is Malwarebytes CEO Marcin Kleczynski.

Polish-born Kleczynski founded Palo Alto-based Malwarebytes at age 18 while studying computer science at the University of Illinois. In the near-decade since, the company has risen to become one of the largest antivirus companies in the world. As well as being a trained pilot, he has previously spoken with IDG Connect about the prospect of DDoS-based ransomware, WannaCry and the Shadow Brokers group, and the best advice he’s received during his career.

What have you always wanted to ask a cyber-security CEO? Hungry for career advice? Want the latest on malware trends? Worried about state-sponsored cyberwar and need advice? After solutions to your technical problems? Ask away.

 

Post your burning questions below, and we’ll put them to Kleczynski.

 

Alternatively, you can email them.

 

Also read:
DDoS-based ransom tipped to be future of cybercrime
Security experts on WannaCry and the Shadow Brokers
C-suite career advice: Marcin Kleczynski, Malwarebytes

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Shawn Barton on November 16 2017

Marcin, I would first like to state that i am a proud user of your software as applaud it as an excellent product. My question is around Sovereign country security. In today's world, should the state be involved in ensuring know attacks are blocked before they leave their country?Do you see State run DLP programs being a future market? Should we see that?

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Anon on November 19 2017

Have you been following the latest information dumps by the Shadow Brokers, and is there anything in them that you think is particularly advanced/noteworthy?

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Shawn Barton on November 16 2017

Marcin, I would first like to state that i am a proud user of your software as applaud it as an excellent product. My question is around Sovereign country security. In today's world, should the state be involved in ensuring know attacks are blocked before they leave their country?Do you see State run DLP programs being a future market? Should we see that?

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Anon on November 19 2017

Have you been following the latest information dumps by the Shadow Brokers, and is there anything in them that you think is particularly advanced/noteworthy?

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