The CMO Files: Michelle Johnson Cobb, Skybox Security

Careers

The CMO Files: Michelle Johnson Cobb, Skybox Security

What do you think is the aspect of your role most neglected by peers? "In one word: feedback."

C-suite career advice: Xenios Thrasyvoulou, PeoplePerHour

Careers

C-suite career advice: Xenios Thrasyvoulou, PeoplePerHour

How important are specific certifications? "Specific certifications show proficiencies in an area, but you should not overlook the benefit of experience."

CIO Spotlight: Tony Bozzuti, F5 Networks

Careers

CIO Spotlight: Tony Bozzuti, F5 Networks

Best career advice? "Think of the process like the brakes on a car. Brakes are not there to slow you down - they're there to make you go faster."

A chief data officer writes data primers for the rest of us

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A chief data officer writes data primers for the rest of us

Caroline Carruthers was an early CDO and she has written a book about the new world of harnessing data

Secret CSO: Ryan Gurney, Looker

Leadership

Secret CSO: Ryan Gurney, Looker

Most important aspect of your job? "Finding risk, educating on risk, and driving change to reduce risk."

The CMO Files: Eva Tsai, Algolia

Leadership

The CMO Files: Eva Tsai, Algolia

What's your mantra? "Get busy living or get busy dying."

C-suite career advice: Andy MacMillan, UserTesting

Leadership

C-suite career advice: Andy MacMillan, UserTesting

Common misconceptions about working in IT? "I believe some of the biggest misconceptions are around the focus of IT being about technology."

CIO Spotlight: Harry Moseley, Zoom Video Communications, Inc.

Leadership

CIO Spotlight: Harry Moseley, Zoom Video Communications, Inc.

Best career advice? "Never, ever go to you superior with a problem unless you have a solution."

Secret CSO: Stan Lowe, Zscaler

Leadership

Secret CSO: Stan Lowe, Zscaler

What is the most important aspect of your job? "Transformational Security."

The CMO Files: Kevin Ruane, Syncsort

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The CMO Files: Kevin Ruane, Syncsort

Which book taught you most? "Years ago, my Dad gave me Don Miguel Ruiz's The Four Agreements. ... I find that it serves me well at work and in all other aspects...

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