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How Successful Security Teams Manage Risk to Build Trust & Drive Growth

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Date and Time

May 18, 2022 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EDT

Event Category

Web Conference


Irene Fisher


Lisa O'Connell



Michele Muriyan – Product Marketing Manage, OneTrust

Michele Muriyan currently serves as a Product Marketing Manager at OneTrust, with nearly half a decade of experience in the SaaS industry. A former IT auditor and KPMG alumna, Michele has worked with some of the world’s largest organizations on their audit, risk, and compliance programs.

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Justin Henkel – Head of CISO Center of Excellence, OneTrust

Justin Henkel is an information security thought leader, subject-matter expert and Head of OneTrust's Security Center of Excellence. Justin has a proven track record planning, developing, building and monitoring portfolios of work to secure IT infrastructure to meet federal and state cyber security standards, guidelines, and best practices. He has extensive experience communicating to senior leadership on business-aligned cyber security and incident response operations. In addition, Justin has 15 years of experience in vulnerability management, cyber intelligence and risk remediation in government, the intelligence community and financial sectors.

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Ryan Walker – Third-Party Risk Manager, Autozone

Ryan Walker, is the Third-Party Risk Manager at AutoZone, and an enthusiastic solutionist who takes a customer-centric, global and rational approach to evaluating business risk and responds by implementing technical and data privacy risk strategies, processes and controls that tandemly delivers lower levels of risk with higher levels of enterprise efficiency. I have a steadfast belief that both the basis for continuous improvement, and the best way to mitigate risk, is the implementation of complex processes communicated simply. My unique contribution to my stakeholders is successfully emphasizing the link between risk reduction and the long-term profitability to shareholders.

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