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Bob Kalka

Vice President, IBM Security Business Unit

Bob Kalka, CRISC, is a Vice President in the IBM Security Business Unit. He has been involved in the information security industry for 20 of his 25 years with IBM. He has held a number of leadership positions in product management, sales, business development, marketing management and product development. He is a frequent international speaker on the relationship of business with Information Technology, cloud computing and security, and has had numerous papers and articles published on these topics. He also holds a United States Patent related to secure distributed computing software.

Written By Bob Kalka

Questions Every CIO Should Ask the Cybersecurity Leader: Part 3

The cybersecurity leader and CIO must collaboratively address 10 common risk management controls to protect the organization's most sensitive data.

Questions Every CIO Should Ask the Cybersecurity Leader: Part 2

When it comes to building a secure IT program, the CIO must ask the cybersecurity leader the right questions to devise an effective incident response plan.

Questions Every CIO Should Ask the Cybersecurity Leader: Part 1

Many organizations lack an efficient risk prioritization strategy. A healthy transformation requires cooperation between the CIO and cybersecurity leader.

Returning From Coventry: The Crisis of Consumability

The mandate to broaden security from check boxes of compliance goals to frameworks of risk management controls is causing a consumability crisis.

Sent to Coventry: How Security Risks Are Changing Organizational Norms

Security risks and risk management are profoundly changing the philosophies, strategies, approaches and plans of the IT security function.

Cloud Security in the Covert Cloud

There is a troubling model of cloud computing that many businesses have not yet formally acknowledged, and cloud security is especially crucial here.