HAMILTON, N.J., Aug. 13, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- For software-as-a-service (SasS) companies, information security remains one of the biggest barrier to growing a customer base. It's also a huge potential barrier to obtaining venture funding, not to mention a major regulatory risk.
Do you have the right cybersecurity infrastructure in place to scale—and sell—your SaaS business? Today's investors don't want to see their money spent doing things you should have already done, like implementing security controls.
To talk over why and how cybersecurity is so important for a growing SaaS business, we invited Jesse Nash, a partner at the major VC law firm Reitler Kailas & Rosenblatt LLC, to be our special guest on the latest episode of The Virtual CISO Podcast from Pivot Point Security. Jesse specializes in representing both early-stage companies and their investors, so he can speak to the issues from both sides.
Among the topics that Jesse discusses with host John Verry, Pivot Point's CISO and Managing Partner, are:
- Top advice for SaaS companies on cybersecurity/privacy matters
- How he counsels venture capital and private equity firms in relation to cybersecurity concerns
- Why cybersecurity is now such a critical part of today's investment process
- How each of the key SaaS stakeholders views security and privacy
- Why security and privacy issues are often the biggest drag on getting contracts signed
If you have a technical or managerial role in a SaaS firm, this show breaks down everything you need to hear about cybersecurity, privacy and making your company easier to do business with in those regards.
To check out this episode at any time, along with all the prior shows in The Virtual CISO Podcast series, visit this page.
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