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President of Rosint Labs/Director of Product Management of Bitdefender
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Roselle Safran is President of Rosint Labs, a cybersecurity consultancy to security teams, leaders, and startups. She is also the Entrepreneur in Residence at Lytical Ventures, a venture capital firm that invests in cybersecurity startups. Previously, Roselle was CEO and Co-Founder of Uplevel Security, which garnered Fortune 1000 customers and numerous industry accolades under her leadership. Earlier, Roselle managed cybersecurity operations at the Executive Office of the President during the Obama Administration, directing the Security Operations Center that protected and defended the White House's network. Before that, she managed security analysis teams at the Department of Homeland Security's US-CERT and spearheaded the development of two cyber-threat intelligence platforms there. LinkedIn profile.

Utpal "U.J." Desai is a Group Product Manager at Bitdefender. He is responsible for developing the vision and road map of Bitdefender Endpoint Security products. U.J. has over 10 years of experience in the cybersecurity space, specializing in endpoint security. He is passionate about building strong products that address customer needs. Prior to joining Bitdefender, he held product management positions at both Symantec and McAfee. Mr. Desai earned a master's degree in computer science from West Illinois University, and attended executive education courses at University of California Berkeley, Haas School of Business. LinkedIn profile.

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IT Security Administrators Aren't Invincible

3/11/2019
IT security administrators and their teams are responsible for evaluating an organization's security tools and technologies, but are they armed with the proper tools, considerations, and budget to do so? Fourth in a six-part series.

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