Find out what's inside the October 2020 edition of the Journal & download a free copy of this month's featured article
Strong security, risk, and compliance programs enable businesses to adapt to rapidly changing markets, focus on innovation, and take advantage of the many benefits of cloud computing architectures and supporting agile practices. The cloud gives customers access to the most flexible and secure computing environment available today. Building a solid foundation based on security best practices helps organizations be more agile, drive faster internal adoption and improve time-to-market.
Join our panelists to learn how:
– A strong security focus can be the ultimate business enabler.
– Understanding how high performing organizations focus on security engineering.
– Building reusable security patterns, to focus on automation, and securely enabling the larger organization’s success as part of digital transformation efforts.
Candice Benson – Director of Operations, ISSA
Clarke Rodgers – Enterprise Security Strategist, Amazon Web ServicesClarke Rodgers, Enterprise Security Strategist at Amazon Web Services
Stephen Quigg – Principal Security Solutions Architect, Worldwide Financial Services, Amazon Web ServicesStephen Quigg, Principal Security Solutions Architect, World Wide Financial Services Stephen loves technology and security. He has been at AWS for over seven years, helping customers build their confidence and secure their content as they move their stuff to the cloud, with a combination of broad and deep know-how, enthusiasm and pragmatism.
Sarah Hendrickson – Chief Information Security Officer, ABC Fitness SolutionsAs a highly accomplished technology leader, Sarah brings over 20 years of rich expertise and leadership with the ability to drive innovation and empower people. Prior to joining ABC Financial, Sarah held several corporate leadership roles, including VP Governance, Risk & Compliance at Gartner, CISO for Neiman Marcos Group, and CISO for Children’s Medical Center. Sarah has a Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry from the University of North Texas and is an item writer for ISC2 for the CISSP and CSSP exams.
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