The cyber risk management landscape has changed dramatically over the last year. With the implementation of additional regulations, rapid adoption of the cloud, accommodating the remote workforce, and security breaches that put a spotlight on the importance of cyber hygiene practices and supply chain integrity – there is no doubt that a rapid response to these circumstances is warranted.
But how do we move forward in the face of so many issues, and how do we learn from the mistakes of the past in order to ensure a more responsive and robust cyber risk management program?
During this live webinar, we will discuss the top five lessons learned throughout this momentous year, why they are important, and how to address the challenges each one brings in the future. You’ll learn:
- How embracing the cloud yields strategic benefits
- The cyber supply chain was as vulnerable as the experts always said
- Approaches to managing cyber risk in the new world of on prem, hybrid, and multi-cloud systems
- Audit fatigue is real and a genuine drain on your organization
- The importance of adopting standardized frameworks for consistency
Please join us for new insights into staying secure and compliant while meeting the challenges of today’s threat landscape.
Richard Tracy joined Telos in October 1986 and held a number of management positions within the company’s New Jersey operation. In February 1996, he was promoted to vice president of the Telos information security group and in this capacity established a formidable information security consulting practice. In February 2000, Rick was promoted to senior vice president for operations. Since that time, Rick has pioneered the development of innovative and highly scalable enterprise risk management technologies that have become industry-leading solutions within the federal government and the financial services verticals. He is the principal inventor listed on four patents and seven patents pending for Xacta. He assumed the role of chief security officer in 2004.
Ryan Sydlik joined Telos in 2019, and serves as a security engineer. He has 10 years’ experience in information technology including cloud computing and cybersecurity in the government, healthcare and financial sectors.
Ryan is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), AWS Certified Solutions Architect and is ITIL certified. He has a graduate degree from the University of Maryland and an undergraduate degree from the University of Notre Dame.