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Ep 33: Christian Espinosa - How To Win The Cyberwar

December 27, 20212 min read

Ep 33: Christian Espinosa - How To Win The Cyberwar


“People gain their relevance in cybersecurity and other highly technical professions by being smarter than other people,” Christian confesses. He also used to value being the “smartest person in the room,” but then he’s realized that his greatest contribution to humanity and the battle against cybercrime is his ability to raise awareness of the issues and take tangible steps through effective communication.

Christian helps to lower the danger of your company being targeted by cybercriminals. He’s reintroducing emotional intelligence to cybersecurity and other high-tech fields, where they've permitted and condoned intellectual bullying due to employees with high IQ (intelligence quotient) but poor EQ (emotional quotient). In his book, The Smartest Person in the Room: The Root Cause and New Solution for Cybersecurity, he provides a seven-step methodology for dealing with the High IQ/Low EQ problem. His approach and field anecdotes help you develop your team's technical minds so they may become better individuals and powerful leaders who flourish in every role.

Christian Espinosa is currently the Managing Director at Cerberus Sentinel and the Founder and former CEO of Alpine Security. He is an entrepreneur, an author, a white-hat hacker, a certified high-performance coach, a speaker, and a cybersecurity instructor, to name a few. His goal is to make the world a better place while also improving the cybersecurity industry. When he's not guarding us against hackers, Christian climbs mountains, travels the globe, teaches outdoor survival, and competes in Ironman triathlons.

In this episode of The Liquid Lunch Project, your guest discusses his intriguing backstory with Matthew and Luigi, as well as how he rose to become an industry leader. He also goes into great detail about his book and how it may help you change your most unknown vulnerability into your best defense. Brace yourself for all of the pearls of wisdom he has in store for you in this podcast.

 What You Will Learn:

  • How Christian assists techs and other geeks in achieving their full potential as leaders.

    • Why we’re losing the cyberwar.

    • What top attributes one can look for in a company's CEO.

  • And much more!


Favorite Quote:

“To me, success is when I feel that what I'm doing is in tune with who I am.”

-          Christian Espinosa


How To Get Involved:

Find more about Christian and his book, The Smartest Person in the Room, through the Website, or connect with him on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Instagram

Get a copy of his book on Amazon here.

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