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CISO , Cybersecurity , Governance

Neustar’s Joseph Loveless Analyzes Results of New Survey
Joseph Loveless, Neustar

What factors are security leaders weighing today when making decisions about investments to protect their organizations tomorrow? Neustar’s Joseph Loveless comments on results of ISMG’s new Strategic Cybersecurity Investments Study.

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In a video interview at the recent Infosecurity Europe conference in London, Loveless discusses:

  • How security leaders self-assess their organizations’ security postures;
  • The factors that influence security spending;
  • How to act today to defend against tomorrow’s threats.

Loveless is Neustar’s security solutions director of product marketing. He has more than 25 year of experience in information technologies and services marketing working for and on behalf of Fortune 500 businesses, including financial institutions, retailers and other security-sensitive industries. His experience includes marketing, management consulting, service implementations and systems operations, particularly in enterprise management and information systems.