We’ve heard it before: Achieving minimal compliance with security standards or frameworks isn’t enough to protect yourself from today’s threats. Basic compliance needs to be a starting point – a core building block upon which you must continually improve and scale your security processes.
With limited resources, staffing, and funding inhibiting your security and/or GRC departments, sometimes basic compliance is all you can muster. Unless, that is, you can introduce compliance automation into the equation. Doing so allows you to efficiently lock in the key foundations of regulatory compliance – including automated remediation of compliance lapses – and allowing you to further evolve your processes with increasingly sophisticated workflows.
This webcast from Drata will reveal what next-level security compliance automation looks like, including:
Moving beyond one-time snapshot-based auditing to 24/7/365 visibility into your compliance status
Breaking down silos between your security team and your risk and compliance specialists – ensuring timely collaboration
Factoring in your third-party partners’ security procedures as part of your overall compliance assessment
Co-Founder and CTO
Currently, Daniel is the Co-Founder and CTO of Drata Inc. Drata is the world’s most advanced compliance automation platform with the mission to help companies earn and keep the trust of their users, customers, partners, and prospects.
Before Drata, Daniel was the Co-Founder & CTO of Portfolium, RapidEngage, TweetPhoto, and Pelotonics. Daniel has 15+ years building SaaS companies, leading world-class engineering teams and he still enjoys getting into the trenches with his team to deliver for customers!
Senior Vice President of Content Strategy
Jill Aitoro is senior vice president of content strategy for CyberRisk Alliance. She has more than 20 years of experience editing and reporting on technology, business and policy. Prior to joining CRA, she worked at Sightline Media as editor of Defense News and executive editor of the Business-to-Government Group. She previously worked at Washington Business Journal and Nextgov, covering federal technology, contracting and policy, as well as CMP Media’s VARBusiness and CRN and Penton Media’s iSeries News.