Entrepreneurs are invited to the 460th FREE online 1Mby1M mentoring roundtable on Thursday, October 10, 2019, at 8 a.m. PDT/11 a.m. EDT/5 p.m. CEST/8:30 p.m. India IST.
If you are a serious entrepreneur, register to “pitch” and sell your business idea. You’ll receive straightforward feedback, advice on next steps, and answers to any of your questions. Others can register to “attend” to watch, learn, and interact through the online chat.
You can learn more here and register to pitch or attend here. Register and you will receive the recording by email, even if you are unable to attend. Please share with any entrepreneurs in your circle who may be interested. All are welcome!
Sramana Mitra: Give me a couple of examples of use cases where major problems can be solved by automation.
Chris Petersen: I’ll give you a more detailed example around phishing. Phishing is something that all organizations contend with. Social engineering, which is another form of phishing, is still one of the most common ways in which a bad actor is able to compromise a target.>>>
According to a report by Technomic, the US catering market was worth $58 billion in 2017. Business to business catering (B2B) accounted for nearly $22 billion or 38% of the industry. Social catering or B2C contributed to the remaining $36 billion or 62%. B2B catering market has grown by over 20% annually since 2014.>>>
Sramana Mitra: It’s a very good strategy. Where you can show ROI easily is where the sales cycle is going to be the fastest.
Arijit Sengupta: It’s easier for the champion to go up to the management and say, “I’ve made you this much money.” People are used to years’ payback.
Sramana Mitra: You are selling a product that customers are using directly.>>>
This interview delves into the Security Technology Operations space.
Sramana Mitra: Let’s start by introducing our audience to yourself as well as to LogRhythm.
Chris Petersen: I’m the Chief Technology Officer and Co-Founder of LogRhythm. LogRhythm is a cyber security company. Our mission is to help enterprises and organizations protect themselves from cyber threats.>>>
This year’s CNBC Disruptor 50 was topped by an AI unicorn in the field of AgTech called Indigo Ag. With the use of artificial intelligence, it enables better forecasting and transparency and aims to make farming less of a commodity business and more reliably profitable.>>>
Arijit Sengupta: They won’t tell you how much they’ve made, but you can tell that they have made more than you are going to charge them. That changes the conversation. I like to see this pattern. If somebody starts buying and within 24 hours, you see a couple more people buy. We had a client where their firewall blocks any product that is not whitelisted. It was blocking Aible. The customer fought with IT and got us whitelisted. It was helpful. It wasn’t a conflict. They really pushed IT to get Aible whitelisted.>>>