With millions of workers around the globe working from home to flatten the curve of COVID- 19, organisations are facing an unprecedented array of cybersecurity challenges, from an expanded network to protecting a rapidly changing business environment. As organisations alter their operating models to accommodate changing demands, chief information security officers (CISOs) are reassessing their priorities related to cyber risks, data security and compliance in light of the new reality.
A panel of top industry leaders will share real-time lessons learned, as well as resources, methods and steps to consider when preparing for the medium- and long-term impact of the pandemic.
Following this webinar, you will be able to:
- Identify key considerations – from a macro perspective – that CISOs should consider
- Outline tools and resources to help facilitate this challenge
- Describe best practises to implement new ideas in a safe and secure manner
CPE credit available for live attendees only.
Kirsten Davies is the SVP & Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) for The Estee Lauder Companies. Kirstenbrings to her role a unique blend of leadership, business acumen, and information security and technology experience from working and living on four continents. She is a proven leader in guiding largescale global transformations focused on cyber and information security, technology, business process, and organisational transformation.Davies holds a bachelor’s degree in International Politics & Government from University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, WA, has studied International Law at Johns Hopkins University and has an advanced certificate in Change Management from the PROSCI Institute. She speaks fluent German, and has a long history of rescuing adorable dogs.
As the BISO of Workforce Solutions, Douglas is responsible for the cyber and physical security of Equifax’s St. Louis, MO-based employment verification and employer services business. Reporting jointly through Global CISO Jamil Farshchi and Workforce Solutions President Rodolfo Ploder, Douglas is energised by the challenge of balancing consistent double-digit growth, the company’s cloud transformation, and its commitment to security excellence.
Jonathan Trull is General Manager of Microsoft’s Cybersecurity Solutions Group where he provides strategic direction on the development of Microsoft security, compliance, and identity solutions and supports the success of our customers across the globe. Trull has more than 18 years of public and private sector experience, previously serving as CISO for several companies and government agencies.
Andrew Retrum is a Managing Director and business-oriented leader within Protiviti’s Technology Consulting Practise. He is part of Protiviti’s Global Cybersecurity Leadership team and the National Financial Services Security & Privacy Practise Lead. Andrew has led Cyber Programme Offices for several large institutions as part of broader business transformation efforts. He is an advocate for the adoption of the FAIR Methodology as an alternative method of IT Risk Management and thought leader on recent cybersecurity regulatory matters. Most recently, he is partnering with key trade associations within the financial sector to help craft the global response on the topic of Operational Resilience.