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Hi Russell, I wanted to let you know how valuable your course last week was. I’m already working on building out a strategic roadmap with the team as opposed to just tracking random things we need to do!

Russell was a great instructor; he kept the class engaging by relating real-world stories to material.

Thanks again for the best course I have taken in quite some time. It really helped fill in a lot of knowledge gaps I had and I could tell my boss and I are now falling back into complete sync. I’m planning all of our events regarding building our budget ask for next year, and this is enabling me to a new level.

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10 Cybersecurity Visibility Gaps Every CISO Must Fill!

Russell Eubanks is a Certified SANS Instructor and the former Senior Vice President and CISO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta. He has built cybersecurity programs from the ground up and has successfully led large cybersecurity teams as well.

Security compliance answers the question, am I doing what someone made me do or not. Compliance is very binary and a point in time assessment. You must recognize that compliance is the starting point and not the destination for your cybersecurity program.

Many times the capability to have security assurance is often found in the tools you already have. It may be that the future you need is just not enabled. Russell wrote the first paper on how to implement the Critical Security Controls titled "A Small Business No Budget Implementation of the SANS 20 Security Controls".

Maybe someone will tell you there is a problem and maybe they will not. It is your job to secure your network. Your cybersecurity plan should focus on the most critical steps that you need to secure your network.