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Privacy SIG: Staying Ahead of the SEC Cyber Amendments

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Date and Time

January 16 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EST

Event Category

Web Conference


Amelia Ghidotti


Lisa O'Connell


During this session we will discuss the SEC’s recently released cyber amendments and the potential impacts on cyber programs, business leaders and how organizations create transparency with their shareholders. We will also talk about key steps organizations should consider when preparing for these changes and anticipated pitfalls.


Loretta Dennison – Privacy Attorney

Loretta has a Master’s Degree in Technology Management from Georgetown University.  Throughout her career she has been involved in the handling of information whether as a communications executive in radio, television, or domestic syndication.  In her current role, Loretta serves as a Privacy Attorney where she collaborates with business units at the Federal level to ensure the successful integration of privacy considerations in the appropriate business operations and IT systems. In addition to being an ISSA Privacy Sig Volunteer, Loretta is on the Board of Directors of the ISSA National Capital Chapter.  

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Nick Puetz – Managing Director, Protiviti

Nick leads Protiviti's Cyber Strategy and transformation practice and has 20+ years of cyber experience focused on helping organizations design, build and mature their cybersecurity programs.  Nick's areas of expertise extend to program strategy, cyber metrics, security operations, offensive security and zero trust. Prior to his role at Protiviti, Nick held leadership positions at multiple consulting and technology organizations.

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