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Thom Langford - Won’t Somebody Think of the Customers Data?!

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Thom Langford
Global Security Advocate
Thom Langford
In December 2020 Thom joined SentinelOne as a global Security Advocate. Thom established himself as CISO at large global organisations, having founded their security teams and services from the ground up. He also founded (TL)2 Security, an international strategic information security...
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