Ruchi Shah and Michael Sinno share the top 15 things that Google Security worries about when acquiring or starting a company and explain how they address them in order to protect both the entity and Google itself. Along the way, Ruchi and Michael cover the people, process, and technology aspects of information security that companies should pay attention to when acquiring or starting out.
Ruchi Shah is a senior technical program manager in security at Google, where she leads a team whose mission is to secure acquisitions and Alphabets. Ruchi has over 12 years of experience in security. Previously, she spun up the Subsidiary Security Program at Amazon and managed the product roadmap for AWS Identity and Access Management and AWS Key Management Services. Ruchi also worked at Deloitte and Touche LLP and Ernst & Young, where she helped clients implement security solutions ranging from identity and access management (IAM) and security information and event management (SIEM) to network security products.
Michael Sinno is a Manager on Google’s M&A Technology Integrations team, which is responsible for the onboarding and integration of all Google acquisitions. In his decade at Google, Michael has worked on both security- and nonsecurity-related technologies within Google’s corporate infrastructure. Previously, he worked at Microsoft and a number of financial services companies.
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