About Marketing InSecurity

The podcast Marketing In-Security is the world's first podcast dedicated to the ins and outs and do's and don'ts of Cybersecurity Marketing.  Hosted by Ken Rutsky, a 20+ year veteran of cybersecurity marketing, the guests are all leading practitioners in the security industry.   Ken and his guests discuss what makes for great marketing in this industry, what works and what doesn't, as well as the latest trends and ideas from the cutting edge of Cybersecurity marketing and sales. Cybersecurity is a huge challenge and a huge market.  The premise of the show is to highlight unique and challenging aspects of cybersecurity markets and marketing as well as best practices. Guests will be leading practitioners sharing their experiences and insights into the products, markets and customers that make up the cybersecurity industry. We will cover topics across the spectrum of go to market challenges, from branding to demand, from sales and marketing automation to messaging to winning against competition, we will cover both the art and the science cybersecurity marketing by and for the people who live it everyday. check out gotomarketdojo.com
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    Away from the office David’s a technology tinkerer, gadget nut, arm chair Arsenal fan and proud Anglophile.

    David and I talk about the IT Security skills gap, the law of unintended consequences and how to get your message to be differentiated and stand out.  Focus on the customer problem seems basic, but as David says, “It’s shocking that we don’t articulate the problem we solve in the eyes of the customer.”   

    In the first half of our chat, David says you better tie your value to one of three core issues facing customers.  Listen to learn what those are.

    In the second half our our discussion, we talk about how to transition from SMB to Enterprise go to market motions and visa versa.  As a guy who has done this multiple times, David has a lot to share here too.

    David recommends Tien Tzou’s Subscribed as a must read for all marketers because of the coming transformation from user-ship to ownership and also @jasonlemkin, @michaeleisenberg and @tientzou as must follows on Twitter.

    You can find David himself on Twitter with his handle @davidgee, and learn more about Imperva at Imperva.com .  
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  • David Gee has over 20 years as a technology marketer...
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    Martina and I talk about what it takes to be a successful start-up marketing and what investors look for in go to market approaches and investments.

    If you’re 3 pillar messages are “Protect, Monitor, Secure” than Martina will tell you you are in good company, in a bad way!  Martina talks about communicating what you do, how it’s different and why you are different and getting to the next layer down.  We talk about story-telling, why Reddit is a good early radar system for investors to find the buzz, atomic narrative nuggets, category strategy, fitting in and standing out, and how investors check out the “real story” not the one you are telling.

    And don’t miss how Martina explains how fundamentally founders and executives don’t understand marketing, creating market pull, positioning, sequencing investments and why spending more doesn’t always equal success, and the alignment and accountability between sales and marketing.

    Martina recommends that you check out portfolio member Elevate Security’s website for a shift in messaging that excites an investor. Martina recommends all marketers read Chip and Dan Heath’s Made to Stick and that you follow @BenThompson of stratechery.com .

    You can find Martina on Twitter with her handle @mavinmartina and on Linked In here. [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/7a49318c-8603-11e9-83d3-9f8126c0350c/episodes/0cd635a4-acb0-11e9-9fb0-dbdb1cd7364e/stripped_a6cccf999c9d37f5d51d7b93f833bf1e.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/CSN4026826114.mp3 [size] => 40897724 [duration] => 1704.07 [uid] => CSN4026826114 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 192 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 7a49318c-8603-11e9-83d3-9f8126c0350c [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 0 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/7a49318c-8603-11e9-83d3-9f8126c0350c/episodes/0cd635a4-acb0-11e9-9fb0-dbdb1cd7364e/id3/b35e572bd3f87af1f4ebf5cc51576638.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 323495 [parentId] => [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Mountain Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => MIS009_MartinaLauchengco.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • I’ve know Martina Lauchengco for more than 2 decades, and...
  • Array ( [id] => c5d7c5d2-a1f6-11e9-a896-c3e596ea2e45 [createdAt] => 2019-07-08T20:08:06.463-07:00 [updatedAt] => 2019-07-08T20:12:13.139-07:00 [title] => MiS008: "Hi Mom, I'm on the Today Show" with Symantec's Varun Kohli [pubdate] => 2019-07-08T23:00:00.000-07:00 [author] => [imageFile] => [explicit] => [episodeType] => full [seasonNumber] => [episodeNumber] => [subtitle] => [summary] => Very few marketers of any kind, let alone Cybersecurity ones, can claim an appearance of the Today Show under their belt, but my guest Varun Kholi of Symantec can.

    Varun shares the story of how he got his then small start up Skycure featured on the national broadcast along with some great tips on how to make your story more accessible to a broader audience, and what it takes to succeed in companies as small as a few handfuls and as big as HP and Symantec, and how you navigate your career and change your approach.

    You can see the tape of Varun’s Today Show appearance here and hear some of the way he presented to this audience like, “the way not to get sick is to not shake hands with sick people…” not something you’d say on stage at Blackhat, but PERFECT for this broad audience.

    Varun recommends that all marketers follow and check out Hubspot’s marketing resources and his two books to add to your reading list are Peter Thiel’s Zero to One and Ben Horowitz’s The Hard Thing about Hard Things.

    You can find  Varun on Twitter with his handle @vk_is and on LinkedIn here.  [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/7a49318c-8603-11e9-83d3-9f8126c0350c/episodes/c5d7c5d2-a1f6-11e9-a896-c3e596ea2e45/stripped_532729536ac726d4ef0e0585e95d7905.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/CSN6677176556.mp3 [size] => 38132297 [duration] => 1588.85 [uid] => CSN6677176556 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 192 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 7a49318c-8603-11e9-83d3-9f8126c0350c [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 0 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/7a49318c-8603-11e9-83d3-9f8126c0350c/episodes/c5d7c5d2-a1f6-11e9-a896-c3e596ea2e45/id3/67766e456a198566be12da3dff491b36.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 322505 [parentId] => [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Mountain Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => MIS08_VarunKohli.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • Very few marketers of any kind, let alone Cybersecurity ones,...
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    That experience taught Wade, who is a founding partner with the Cyentia Institute, a security research and data analysis firm, and who doubles as a professor in Virginia Tech’s College of Business while also serving on the Advisory Boards of the RSA Conference and FAIR Institute, the value in sharing and marketing data in the cybersecurity marketplace. It eventually led to the Cyentia Institute, where Wayne and his team help other vendors to create fact based research to support their go to market initiatives and content marketing.

    Wade is on a mission, as he puts it, to take Cybersecurity Marketing from “Dogma to Data”. Listen in as he shares how to do that and why he thinks it’s critical for vendors to do so.

    Wade of course still recommends your check out the Verizon DBIR  and also recommends The Craft of Research as must reading!

    You can find  Wade as @wadebaker on Twitter and and download the latest research from Cyentia here and listen to their podcast channel here. [audioFile] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/7a49318c-8603-11e9-83d3-9f8126c0350c/episodes/4ecdb296-9146-11e9-b582-a771cc2e053b/stripped_f7d6ae9fee5d54c3511667cd5508e018.mp3 [downloadUrl] => http://traffic.megaphone.fm/CSN1314072618.mp3 [size] => 39946658 [duration] => 1664.44 [uid] => CSN1314072618 [originalUrl] => [bitrate] => 192 [samplerate] => 44100 [channelMode] => stereo [vbr] => [audioFileProcessing] => [podcastId] => 7a49318c-8603-11e9-83d3-9f8126c0350c [preCount] => 1 [postCount] => 0 [insertionPoints] => Array ( ) [id3File] => https://megaphone-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/podcasts/7a49318c-8603-11e9-83d3-9f8126c0350c/episodes/4ecdb296-9146-11e9-b582-a771cc2e053b/id3/577e06b0655dad88867001d4f7669c5a.mp3 [id3FileProcessing] => [id3FileSize] => 322723 [parentId] => [guid] => [pubdateTimezone] => Mountain Time (US & Canada) [originalFilename] => MarketingInsecurity_Ep7_WadeBaker.mp3 [preOffset] => 0.0 [postOffset] => 0.0 [spotifyIdentifier] => [expectedAdhash] => [audioFileUpdatedAt] => [draft] => [externalId] => [customFields] => )
  • Listen in as Dr. Wade Baker and I talk about...
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    Brian has been doing cryptography and security related jobs since the days of the first Crypto war between the NSA and RSA over the “Clipper Chip”.  

    Brian talks about everything from the 200 person RSA conference (#2, he missed #1) with Grandmaster Flash performing to the wild west of the exploding Crypto/Distributed economy and the value of experience in marketing in this new world. Along the way, you’ll learn about the strange world of Cold Storage of crypto-assets and what an asset custodian needs to do. Brian is always entertaining and never boring! Enjoy.

    Brian recommends Crossing the Chasm by Geoffrey Moore (by the way, who doesn’t?), and that if you are interested in cryptocurrency products and markets you listen to Laura Shin’s Unchained podcast.

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  • A throwback to the early days of RSA all the...
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    In this chat I welcome Nathan Burke to the show. Nathan is the Chief Marketing Officer at Axonius, a company solving what he calls “the least sexy part of cybersecurity” - asset management. Axonius was the winner of the 2019 RSAC Innovation Sandbox, and was named SC Magazine's Rookie Security Company of the Year.

     Nathan is passionate about bringing new technologies to market to solve real problems. And he must be, because Axonious is now his third cybersecurity startup.

    Nathan and I have a great chat about his concept of matching your marketing to phase, from Idea, to Product, to Scale.  We talk about fear and hope as effective messages, and Nathan had the memorable quote that starts…”the next time there’s a breach, open your window and you’ll hear the sound of 10 thousand…”

    Nathan had two great and unexpected book recommendations:

    Nathan recommend you follow @MalwareJake for his info and his humor and @lennyzeltser for his insight and more.

    You can learn more about Axonius at axonius.com and connect with Nathan on LinkedIn, where he says he is much more active than on Twitter!

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  • In this chat I welcome Nathan Burke to the show....
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    Listen in as I chat with Scott Gordon, Marketing Officer at Pulse Secure.

    Scott and I have a great exchange about how to break through in the crowded PR landscape, how to measure outcomes, hold agencies to account and much much more. Scott has some great tips on “Organizing for coverage” which you won’t want to miss. And yes, we make Scott chose between the “Boss” the “Piano Man”.

    Scott has built and managed global marketing, product marketing, product management, and inside sales / sales development organizations at security and infrastructure startups and mid size orgs including Forescout, AccelOps (acq by Fortinet), Protego (acq by Cisco), Axent (acq by Symantec) and McAfee to name a few. When Scott isn’t driving demand you might find him hiking, drinking California wine and listening to east coast rock and roll, maybe all at the same time!

    Resources mentioned on this podcast

    1. CISSP All In One Exam Guide
    2. Ed Amoroso
    3. CISO Podcast

    You can keep up with the latest on Pulse at Pulsesecure.net and connect with Scott on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/scogor1

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  • Listen in as I chat with Scott Gordon, Marketing Officer...
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    In this episode I am joined by Tim Matthews, the CMO at Exabeam. Prior to Exabeam, Tim has held senior marketing positions at some of the most well known names in cyber including Imperva, Symantec, PGP, and RSA. When Tim is not working, doing crossword puzzles or golfing, somehow he finds time to blog and even to write books, including “The Professional Marketer”, which he calls “the complete guide to the essential skills every marketer needs to master”

    Tim and I talk about everything from the dawn of the internet, to explaining private key/public key encryption (Can you?) to content marketing that works with CISOs, his strategy for “Reach and Teach” and other great gems like having a mission statement for your blog.

    In our “How I Market Cyber” speed round, you’ll learn that Tim’s a coffee drinking scientist and so much more. And you won’t want to miss Tim’s recommendations on some classic marketing books and ideas that have stood the test of time.

    Mentioned and recommended in this episode:

    1. The Professional Marketer by Tim Matthews
    2. Ogilvy on Advertising by David Ogilvy
    3. Seth Godin
    4. Les Wunderman the inventor of direct marketing

    You can learn more about Exabeam at exebeam.com and learn more about his book and read his blog at https://www.matthewsonmarketing.com.

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  • In this episode I am joined by Tim Matthews, the...
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    In this episode I am joined by Vasu Jakkal. As FireEye Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer, Vasu oversees the company’s global marketing organization. She joined FireEye in September 2017, bringing 18 years of technology industry experience, including senior management roles at Brocade, LSI and Intel. Vasu loves SciFi and her motto is nicely summed up in the hashtag, #changetheworld (not #savetheworld as you will hear me say!) which you will see on just about all of her social media posts.

    From the value of diverse teams to the power of storytelling and the age old question of whether you prefer George Lucas or Gene Roddenberry, Vasu is informative and inspiring! In a dynamic conversation we cover so much ground and leave so much more to explore. So put on your superhero suit and join us for a compelling chat with a true industry leader.  

    Mentioned and recommended in this episode:

    1. Simon Sinek's Start with Why
    2. Joseph Campbell's The Hero with 1000 Faces

    You can follow Vasu on social media at @vasujakkal.

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  • In this episode I am joined by Vasu Jakkal. As...
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    In this episode I am joined by Masha Sedova. Masha is an industry-recognized people-security expert, speaker and trainer focused on engaging people to be key elements of secure organizations. She is the co-founder of Elevate Security delivering the first people-centric security platform that leverages behavioral-science to transform employees into security superhumans.

    Masha and I talk about everything from the her being “surrounded by dudes” in her first cybersecurity job to the challenges of reaching CISO, secret slack channels, what she thinks is “broken” in cybersecurity marketing and how to fix it. And her view on hiring from outside of Cybersecurity marketing folks might just surprise you a bit.  It’s a fresh perspective and one that she is implementing at Elevate.

    In our “How I Market Cyber” speed round, I throw her the softball of “Fear or Hope”. By the time you get there, the answer will be obvious. And Masha’s advice to her younger self - “Connect the dots that others can’t”.

    Mentioned and recommended in this episode:

    1. Crossing the Chasm by Geoffrey Moore
    2. Follow Mike Johnson and his CISO Podcast - https://www.linkedin.com/in/mikevj and Alex Stamos former Facebook CISO
    3. Elevate Security  
    4. TechbyChoice
    5. GirlsCodeIt

    You can follow Masha at @modmasha on Twitter and on LinkedIn here.

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  • In this episode I am joined by Masha Sedova. Masha...

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