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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.