In this second Fireside Chat, former Best Buy CISO, Deb Dixson, will interview Alex Schuchman, CISO at Colgate-Palmolive. Having joined Colgate-Palmolive as his second job out of college, Alex has seen the company transition over the past two decades and the growth within the information security program. Taking the reins as CISO last April, he has quickly made an impact on the organization — revamping from an MSSP approach to building a team from within; bringing in his experience of running an incubator to the role; using storytelling to engage with the board; and building an internship program to help with talent. Join in on this conversation and hear what Alex would do differently in the “If I Knew Then What I Know Now” section.
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About Deb Dixson: Amidst an array of leadership roles in business, IT and risk management, at a variety of organizations, Deborah Dixson has spent fourteen years at Best Buy over the course of several tours of duty. During her previous time at Best Buy, Deb became the organization’s first Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) and set up the original Information Security team. In the course of her impressive career, she has held a number of top leadership positions with experience including risk management, CRMs, system design, development and deployments, and product development. She currently serves as an advisor to security and technology professionals and has started her own consulting firm.