The events of the past year have made extreme changes on a global scale on how people work. The pandemic has forced companies to shift to a remote workforce to continue to operate which has strained IT resources and security capabilities. As we beef up our VPNs and shift to zoom for live interactions with our teams, are we keeping up with our security commitments? Are the tools, policies, or even your insurance prepared for this kind of shift?
Our people and data are scattered, and new strategies and tools are needed to ensure that they can remain productive and secure. Join our panel as we discuss potential security pitfalls and ways to improve your security posture for now, and the future when people return to the office.
This event will be provided through a webinar via Zoom.
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Registration will close at 5pm on Wednesday, February 24th. Details for the zoom webinar will be emailed on Wednesday, February 24th at 5:05pm.
Adam John - Moderator
Adam has spent the past 20 years working for multiple areas of healthcare in IT and Security. He is the CISO for Sparksoft Corporation and brings his career experience in the design and operation of IT systems and security programs for multiple large federal programs.
Currently the CISO and VP of Standards for HITRUST, Jason holds a 30 plus year career providing security consulting and working in leadership roles for multiple organizations. Jason has served on multiple working groups to create standards and frameworks to improve security globally and is a noted public speaker on the subject.
Darren Lacey is Chief Information Security Officer and Director of IT Compliance for the Johns Hopkins University and Johns Hopkins Medicine. He was the first Executive Director of the Johns Hopkins University Information Security Institute, a National Security Agency Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance. He is an Adjunct Instructor in the Whiting School of Engineering.
Matthew Dunlop, Ph.D.
Matthew is currently the CISO for Under Armour, and a 26 year veteran of the US Army, including leadership roles at US Cyber Command. He operates an international operation that covers not only corporate information security, but retail operations and software development and hosting. He also has a rich academic background that includes assistant professor of computer science at West Point, computer science faculty mentor at the National Military Academy of Afghanistan, and adjunct faculty in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at Virginia Tech.
Melissa McCoy, CISSP-ISSAP, CCSP (Kaizen Approach, Inc.)