Steve King

Steve King

Managing Director, Cybersecurity Marketing Advisory Services, CyberTheory

Steve King has served in senior leadership roles in technology development and deployment for the past 25 years. He is an author, lecturer and serial startup founder, including three successful exits in cybersecurity, and served for six years as the CISO for Wells Fargo Global Retail banking. As a co-founder of the CyberTheory Institute, King is passionate about the role Zero Trust must play in the future of cybersecurity defense. He is currently the managing director of CyberTheory and has held leadership roles in marketing and product development, operating as CEO, CTO and CISO for several startups, and served as CIO for Memorex and was the co-founder of the Cambridge Systems Group.


Your Supply Chain Is Your New Attack Surface

Steve King  •  February 29, 2024

Navigating the AI Career Maze

Steve King  •  February 16, 2024

Good Governance: 'It's All Hygiene'

Steve King  •  November 30, 2023

Mapping Access - and Attack - Paths in Active Directory

Steve King  •  November 28, 2023

How State Governments Can Regulate AI and Protect Privacy

Steve King  •  November 16, 2023

Joe Sullivan on What CISOs Need to Know About the Uber Trial

Steve King  •  November 13, 2023

The Surveillance Society and Digital Freedom

Steve King  •  July 17, 2023

MDM: Balancing the Need for User Privacy, Corporate Control

Steve King  •  June 23, 2023

Navigating the Complexities of Cyber Insurance

Steve King  •  June 15, 2023

Threat Detection for 'DEED' Environments of Enterprises Today

Steve King  •  June 9, 2023

Securing OT and IoT Assets in an Interconnected World

Steve King  •  June 6, 2023

Why Cyber Defenders Need Partnerships, Tools and Education

Steve King  •  June 5, 2023

Craig Box of ARMO on Kubernetes and Complexity

Steve King  •  February 8, 2023

Protecting the Hidden Layer in Neural Networks

Steve King  •  January 26, 2023

How Cyberattacks Affect CISOs

Steve King  •  January 17, 2023

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