Data drives business and better data delivered faster drives competitive advantage. Of course, this valuable data must be protected and secured throughout its lifecycle. However, enterprises manage and secure data in chaotic and messy ways. How can enterprises improve data security while streamlining data access at the same time?
The answer: this challenge can only be met by moving to a data-centric security model AND cooperation between the data and the security teams to build a “single source of truth”. By attending this exciting panel discussion, you will:
- Understand the urgency for cloud data-centric security
- Understand the unique and practical needs of the Data Owners and the Security teams
- Be able to build a security “single source of truth” approach that meets the needs of both teams
Dr. Curtis Campbell – Vice President and Manager of IT Governance, SouthState Bank
Dr. Curtis Campbell serves as Director on the International Board of Information Systems Security Association (ISSA). She holds Bachelor and Master of Science degrees from the University of TN and a PhD in Organizational Leadership/ Information Systems.
Dr. Campbell, a 25 year IT and Cybersecurity professional, holds the designations of Chief Information Security Officer (C|CISO) and Certified Information Privacy Manager (CIPM). Her experience includes cybersecurity leadership, governance, risk, and compliance, third party risk and IT audits in regulatory environments.
Dr. Campbell serves as VP, Manager of IT Governance at SouthState Bank, a subsidiary of SouthState Corporation where she works with executive leadership.
As ISSA Fellow, she is recognized for significant contributions to the cyber community, cyber profession, ISSA leadership and sustained ISSA membership. The elite status of ISSA Fellow designation belongs to only 2% of ISSA membership.
Dr. Campbell is a thought leader and author on cybersecurity topics and the human connection between trust and unintentional insider threats in an ever-changing cybersecurity footprint. She has published over 30 research and peer-reviewed journal articles on cybersecurity including: “Solutions for Counteracting Human Deception in Social Engineering Attacks”; “Securing the Remote Employee: Protecting the Human Endpoint in the Cybersecurity Environment”; and “Securing the Vendor: Changing the Dynamic of the Infosec Relationship”, “Understanding and Incorporating Cybersecurity Ethics” and Inspiring and Preparing the Next Generation of Cybersecurity Professionals”. She is a monthly columnist for topics relating to Women in Cybersecurity in the international ISSA Journal.
Andy Smith – Chief Cloud Data Security Strategist, Laminar
Smith has over 30 years of experience in the high-tech industry in Silicon Valley. He has spent the last 20 years in security, currently as CMO at cloud data security provider Laminar and previously as CMO at SaaS security innovator Qualys. Prior to that, he was senior vice president of marketing for identity provider Centrify and senior director of product management for Oracle, responsible for its identity and security offerings. Smith is a veteran of several security startups, including as vice president of product management at Bitzer Mobile (acquired by Oracle) and GRC provider Virsa Systems (acquired by SAP). His security background includes stints at ActivIdentity and Veridicom, and he is a frequent speaker on technology and security at industry events around the globe.
Jimmy Sanders – Head of Information Security, Netflix DVD
Jimmy Sanders, head of information security at Netflix DVD. Jimmy has spent the better part of two decades securing data and systems from cyber threats and building resilient compliance programs across technology, financial services, and healthcare organizations. At Netflix, he is responsible managing the security for DVD.com. In addition to his duties at Netflix, Jimmy has served as the San Francisco area chapter president of the Information Systems Security Association (ISSA) since 2014. He also held senior security management roles at organizations that include Samsung, Fiserv, and SAP. He is a Cyber Security Committee advisor for Merritt College, Ohlone College as well as on advisory board for other colleges and non-profit movements. Jimmy Sanders maintains the certifications of Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Certified in Risk Information and Information Systems Control (CRISC), and Certified Information Systems Manager (CISM). He holds degrees in Psychology and Behavioral Science from San Jose State University.
ISSA Webinars and Conference series cover all the continuing education credits to maintain your cyber security certifications. (CPEs, CEUs, ECE, etc). Each hour is equal to one continuing education credit. Certificates of completion are available upon request after completion. For instructions, click here.