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June 2017 ISSA International Web Conference



Building Security in a Business Culture

Recorded Live: Tuesday, June 27th, 2017 

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Everyone knows security is critical to our organizations survival, but yet we all seem to bolt on our security culture after the fact. This session will provide insight into why and how you can build your security culture and leverage the role of change management & behavioral change in making security programs more effective. Culture is an outcome of values, behaviors and communications.

Many of us are faced with cultures and management structures that seem hostile to a successful security program. We're going to talk about how to identify those cultures that make it difficult to be successful and how to make a decision about what you should do: fish or cut bait. Can you make a difference or is it time to move on?


Mark Kadrich

For the past 25 years, Mark Kadrich has worked in the security community, building knowledge, and contributing solutions. Mr. Kadrich serves as CISO at Antelope Valley Hospital. He holds degrees in Management Information Systems, Computer Engineering and Electrical Engineering.


Karen Worstell - Managing Principal, W Risk Group

Karen Worstell's executive experience in information security and IT risk management spans 25 years and multiple industries. She served as Program Manager of Information Security Research in the Boeing Company's Research and Technology division, CEO of Atomic Tangerine (a spinoff of SRI Consulting), SVP of security and business continuity for Bank of America, VP IT Risk Management and CISO for AT&T Wireless, CISO of Microsoft, and Director of Information Security for Russell Investments.

Jeff Schilling - Chief Security Officer, Armor

Jeff Schilling (COL USA RET) is Armor’s Chief of Security and is responsible for the cyber and physical security programs for the corporate environment and customer hosted capabilities

Danielle Kingsbury - Founder, CyberSecPsych

Danielle Kingsbury is president and founder of CyberSecPsych, where she focuses on the cognitive and behavioral psychological mechanisms that create strong security cultures within organizations. Her goals are to improve security awareness in the workplace and among children through applying principles learned from her past experience as a practicing psychologist. She is also working to make the cybersecurity industry more attractive to Women and Millennials and closing the employment gap. She holds an M.A. in Clinical Psychology and has worked in a variety of settings, including schools and non-profits. She can be contacted through her website at


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