Managing Cyber Risks in a Changing Marketplace
With firms embracing the latest technologies, cybersecurity has become a top management priority. ESI ThoughtLab and the Wall Street Journal recently launched the Cybersecurity Imperative, a global cybersecurity survey of 1,300 executives to benchmark their practices. In this webinar, we will:
- Share our top findings and gain insight from our comprehensive benchmark study results
- Discuss how continuous investment and improvement are critical to effectively manage cyber risks
- Hear from our cybersecurity experts on what companies are doing to address today’s biggest risks
Scott Laliberte is a Managing Director in Protiviti's Philadelphia office, providing clients with Information Systems Security and IT Audit Services. In addition to managing engagements across all of Protiviti’s Security and Privacy service lines, Scott serves as Protiviti’s Global leader for Cyber Security and Privacy. He also leads the Global Technical Security Assessment segment and oversees all of Protiviti’s Global Security Labs.
Vince is an Associate Director in the IT Consulting practice with over 14 years of experience across various industries. Vince’s primary area of focus is cybersecurity risk management and helping companies quantify, understand, and manage their cybersecurity risks through analysis and measurement. Prior to joining Protiviti Vince served 8 years as a Surface Warfare Officer in the US Navy. Vince has experience in multiple industries including, Telecommunications, Financial Services and Insurance, Manufacturing, and Government/Defense.
During his more than 35 years of research, marketing and publishing work, Lou Celi has helped top organizations build their businesses by engaging corporate and government decision makers. Prior to setting up ESI ThoughtLab, Lou was board director and president of Oxford Economics, where he built the firm’s successful business in the Americas and set up its global thought leadership practice. Before joining Oxford Economics, Lou was president of Llesiant, a business technology start-up acquired by Bloomberg BNA in 2009.