Philip Marshall

As Cryptzone’s Director of Product Marketing, Phil Marshall brings over 14 years of experience in both product and services marketing as well as 10 + years experience in the high-tech publishing space with publications including Dr. Dobb’s Journal and Byte magazine. Prior to joining Cryptzone, Phil worked at security firms Rapid7, Positive Technologies and RSA. He also was a Senior Product Marketing Manager at Black Duck, the leading open source governance and management firm.

A speaker at recent (ISC)2 conferences and ISACA, he’s participated in numerous webinars, in panel discussions and presented on topics including Identity Security, Application Security and Open Source Governance and Management.

Marshall earned a BA at Bates College and an MBA, cum laude, at the F.W. Olin Graduate School of Business at Babson College.

Network Access Errors of Titanic Proportions

July 1, 2015 |

Restricting network access to only those applications or resources necessary for someone to do their job makes sense. It’s similar to restricting water from entering an entire hull so that the ship doesn’t sink. It’s easy, if you’ve ever been... Read More


Are You Keeping Your Encryption Keys Secure?

June 9, 2015 |

Uber, the San Francisco company behind the popular ridesharing app, is one of Silicon Valley’s highest-valued startups. But it’s also no stranger to controversy, having faced regulatory opposition in many of the major urban centers it operates, as well as... Read More


What Can We Learn From the Carbanak APT?

June 2, 2015 |

Earlier this year, Kaspersky Lab reported the discovery of a new advanced persistent threat (APT) it dubs ‘Carbanak’. Assuming the firm’s intelligence is correct, this sustained cybercrime campaign may have cost banks, payment providers and other financial institutions as much... Read More


What’s the Actual Role of Compliance?

May 26, 2015 |

Not long ago, I claimed on this blog that compliance is dead. Obviously, my point wasn’t that standards such as HIPAA and PCI DSS aren’t necessary, or that they aren’t evolving, because they are – it was that organizations have... Read More


Why Compliance is Dead

March 5, 2015 |

Information security experts have long warned that compliance does not equal security. They’ve argued that simply meeting a set of minimum requirements, whether it’s PCI DSS, SOX or HIPAA, is no substitute for making security part of day-to-day life. What... Read More