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CTO, Lancope
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TK Keanini brings nearly 25 years of network and security experience to the CTO role. He is responsible for leading Lancope's evolution toward integrating security solutions with private and public cloud-based computing platforms. TK is also responsible for developing the blueprint and solution that will help Lancope's customers securely benefit from the promise of software-defined networking (SDN). Prior to joining Lancope, he served as CTO for nCircle, driving product innovation that defined the vulnerability management and configuration compliance market. Before joining nCircle, he served as Vice President of Network Services for Morgan Stanley Online, where he built and secured a highly available online trading system. Previously, Keanini was a systems engineer at Cisco, advising top financial institutions on the design and architecture of their data networking infrastructures. He is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP).

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If Mother Nature Were A CISO

4/7/2014
There are many defensive patterns in nature that also apply to information security. Here's how to defeat your predators in the high-stakes game of corporate survival and resiliency.

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Published: 2014-12-19
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