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The CISOs Are Sweating - DTNS 4767

Season 11, Ep. 4767

We have a full wrap-up on this week's RSA conference from CISO series podcast producer, David Spark. Plus OpenAI plans to announce Google search competitor on Monday. And Jack Dorsey the former Twitter CEO feels that decentralized social network BlueSky is repeating all the mistakes of Twitter.

Starring Sarah Lane, Robb Dunewood, David Spark, Roger Chang, Joe.

Link to the Show Notes.

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