Q&A with John Masserini, Chief Information Security Officer at Millicom

An interview with George Hulme is an internationally recognized writer who has been covering the technology and information security space for more than 20 years, with pieces appearing in ComputerWorld, Network Computing, CSOOnline and a host of other print publications. In this Q&A we spoke with John Masserini, chief information security officer at international telecommunications


The Identity Catechism: Fifteen questions every CISO should ask about their Identity program

The evolution is underway. Our infrastructures are borderless, our critical data is cloud based, and our users work from anyplace on the globe – or 36,000 feet above it. Our legacy controls are as outdated as the conceptual hardened perimeter and our users are still human; and will still succumb to the (not so) well

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POA: Ensuring Privacy through Secure Enclaves

  The very first piece I had published was in 2002 for a Privacy Officers newsletter discussing how secure enclaves would be beneficial to the privacy effort. Ensuring Privacy through Secure Enclaves: Secure Architecture Designs that Enable Privacy For years, security experts have been evangelizing the benefit of replacing the monolithic “goeverywhere-and-do-everything” network paradigm with one