Natalia Wodecki is the Director of Global Communications at OneLogin. She is skilled at internal and external communications, creating integrated marketing communications programs that drive business, build brands, strengthen employee loyalty, and increase awareness. Previous to OneLogin she worked at Salesforce and Zendesk. She loves puns, puppies, pizza, and alliteration. Follow her on Twitter @NataliaW.
Get up to speed with the latest news in cybersecurity: Tesco’s case study with OneLogin, password reuse issues, OneLogin Shield, and more!
Get up to speed with the latest news in cybersecurity: OneLogin hires a chief marketing officer, advice from about password practices, OneLogin’s aggressive hiring in the Peach State, and more!
Read an interview with OneLogin’s CHRO Courtney Harrison about her career, motivating employees, the tech industry, and more.
Read this interview with an SMB account executive about the challenges and rewards of working at OneLogin.
I recently got the chance to chat with Independent Security Researcher and OneLogin Connect Keynoter, Samy Kamkar. We spoke about how he inadvertently created the fastest spreading internet virus in history, some of the most interesting hacking techniques that are emerging today, and his perception of it means to “think like a hacker.”
Have you ever wondered what keeps a hacker up at night? What strange things they find online? What new hacking trends and tactics most interest them? Here’s your chance to ask.
At OneLogin, recognizing and celebrating the employees who make this company such an amazing place to work is a top priority. Let’s start things off with our extremely kind and talented Devops Manager, Matt Barrio!
We are very excited to announce that Brad Brooks has been recognized as one of the Top 50 SaaS CEOs of 2018 by The SaaS Report. Hundreds of CEO’s were nominated for this prestigious acknowledgment and were evaluated across key areas such as integrity, intelligence, energy, company culture, and company growth.
Thanks to our generous Bug Bounty participants, we presented both the International Consortium of Minority Cybersecurity Professionals (ICMCP) and Queercon with a $27,500 check at Black Hat 2018.