This article is the first in a series of interviews with CISOs in various industries. Our goal is to share our conversations with different Chief Information Security Officers about how they deal with daily tasks as well as the bigger picture of innovating security practices around business operations.
Gary Hayslip is currently the Deputy Director and Chief Information Security Officer for the city of San Diego, a role he’s held for the past two years. Previous to that, Gary spent over 25 years as a Information Security professional in the US Navy Command, working his way up to becoming CISO.
We had the opportunity to interview Gary about the risks and rewards of securing a major city, as well as what he’s learned over his many years in the industry and shared the highlights below. You can also grab the full interview here and be sure to follow Gary on Twitter!