Marc Woolward, CTO & CISO at vArmour
FFIEC requires that financial organizations assess risk based on a standardized set of criteria to accurately identify the risk level and determine the maturity of cybersecurity programs. The FFIEC and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have developed the Cyber Assessment Tool (CAT), a risk assessment framework combined with a maturity model, to assist with the assessment of cyber and operational risk.
In this session, learn modern risk management best practices by using the CAT to maintain a continuous posture of readiness and respond to changes in your business, applications and threats. Hosted by former Goldman Sachs Networking CTO Marc Woolward, now CTO & CISO at vArmour, this session will also demonstrate how continuous application relationship management enables you to automatically address and manage cyber requirements.
This session will cover:
-Priorities and requirements for addressing risk outlined by the framework
-Determining your organization’s security maturity level within cyber risk management, threat intelligence and cybersecurity controls
-Why dynamic controls are required to address risk in cloud
-Specific controls to help you increase the maturity of your cybersecurity program