How to be a Security Evangelist, Now and in the Future

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The role of a security evangelist may be among the most appealing in cybersecurity: you get the security of working for a vendor, you deal with the press, customers and are invited to speak at conferences and are not as accountable as a CEO. However, is the job really as rosy as it seems, and what sort of person has the attributes to fill such a role?

In this webinar we will look at the role of a security evangelist; hearing from those doing the job and get an understanding of what sort of experience and qualifications are required to become such a valued person both within a company and to the wider cybersecurity industry.

Key takeaways:

  • What are the daily duties in the life of a security evangelist?
  • Is there a job description for the role?
  • Are vendors now looking for this type of ‘all-rounder’?
  • What experience would a vendor typically require to appoint an evangelist?


Mark Crosbie

Global Head of Trust and Privacy, Dropbox

Ryan Hausknecht

Security Consultant and Analyst

Wendy Nather

Head of Advisory CISOs, Cisco

Gregory Parfitt

Application Security Specialist

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