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All organizations are concerned about cybersecurity risk and its impact on their business. This is especially true in the context of digital business strategy and how effectively the organization can manage its risk profile as their business models continue to adapt to meet changing conditions. In this session we will discuss using the NIST Cybersecurity Framework as a vehicle to identify, prioritize, and execute your cybersecurity risk management program, and introduce a roadmap to help you plan your assessments and actions. Whether you are a small- or medium-sized business or a global enterprise, this approach can help better align cybersecurity into your overall organizational risk management program and provide a vehicle to help you build the adaptive culture you’ll need to sustain success.
Srinivasan (Mali) Vanamali – Principal, Olympus Infotech
A seasoned cybersecurity professional with over 20 years of experience in delivering effective cybersecurity solutions in an array of industries including government, insurance, telecommunication, banking, energy, and health. Mali, a thought technology leader with a couple of publications to his name has a deep knowledge of technologies to address complex
business problems. A cybersecurity risk management and assessment specialist with a clear understanding of implementing comprehensive loss control prevention programs. Digital transformation specialist with a sound knowledge of Cloud solutions helping customers navigate the challenges of migrating to Cloud. Currently, Mali is developing a cybersecurity risk management platform with a patent pending CyberRisk Continuum® engine that enables continuous cyber risk monitoring.
Patrick von Schlag – President, Deep Creek Center, Inc.
Patrick is a proven thought leader, motivator, and developer of effective customer-oriented business solutions, with 30 years experience in best practices leadership to help organizations achieve their goals. Deep Creek provides best practices-based consulting and training in cybersecurity, service management, risk management, Agile practices, project management, and governance.
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.