A day in the life of a Senior Information Security Officer

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Connie Blaney

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Ever wanted to know what certain roles in cyber security do on a daily basis? Would like to know more behind the titles? Join the webinar series 'A day in the life of' to find out more information. This month we speak to Katoria Henry as we dig deeper into what it looks like in the role of a Senior Information Security Officer. She is a proven security professional and leader of ISSO teams and programs within Federal and Cloud Service environments, specializing in Enterprise Risk Management, Cloud Security, and Cyber Security Governance. SME-level expertise on the application of FedRAMP, RMF, PCI-DSS, and the CSF. Katoria’s current role as the Senior Information Systems Security Officer is responsible for enhancing multiple information security programs across various Federal agencies, communicating and advising on cloud migration strategies and adoption, serving as the lead ISSO on an Enterprise-Wide SIEM tool migration (Splunk) project, and documenting complex considerations in application security requirements, contracts, risk assessments, and project plans

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