The CISO’s job has always been hard… and it is about to get a whole lot harder. New regulations place additional reporting and compliance requirements squarely on the head of security leaders.
In this webinar, Joe Sullivan (former Chief Security Officer at Facebook, Uber, and Cloudflare and current CEO at Ukraine Friends) and Aleksandr Yampolskiy (SecurityScorecard CEO and Co-founder) talk about how CISOs can weather this new normal and protect their business — and themselves — from the onslaught of new reporting requirements and compliance mandates.
Expect to hear about the:
- Impact of the new SEC cyber reporting rules
- Implications of the SolarWinds case in exposing CISOs to personal liability
- Steps CISOs should consider to secure their companies and themselves, including benefits and pitfalls of security ratings
- Importance of threat intelligence for federal governments during geopolitical conflicts and cyber warfare
- Ukraine Friends' mission, including how people and technology can restore normalcy and connectedness
- Ways security leaders can thrive in this new normal, including investment in personal development, teams, partners, and tools
About Joe Sullivan
Joe Sullivan has been at the forefront of managing security risk in prominent high-tech companies. He served as the Chief Security Officer at Cloudflare, Uber, and Facebook, where he oversaw the protection of billions of users and their data. Joe was also involved in a landmark legal case for a breach at Uber that serves as a precedent for executive liability in cybersecurity going forward.
About Aleksandr Yampolskiy
Dr. Aleksandr Yampolskiy, Co-Founder and CEO of SecurityScorecard, is a globally recognized cybersecurity innovator, leader, and expert. Yampolskiy has also served as CTO at BlogTalkRadio and was also CISO at Gilt Groupe, overseeing IT infrastructure security, fraud, application development, and PCI compliance.