How CISOs Adjust Security to the SaaS Transformation

On-Demand Webcast|1 hour

The embrace of SaaS and operating in multi-cloud environments creates an expansive and dynamic attack surface, making it difficult for security teams to maintain visibility into and understand risk levels. And with the protection of sensitive data now a shared responsibility between security teams and providers, CISOs have additional considerations and challenges to address. 

Join this us for a panel discussion with your infosec peers to explore: 

  • How SaaS impacts your security program posture and threat understanding
  • Challenges to maintain visibility of your attack surface and monitor risk
  • What you require from a cloud provider for data and infrastructure protection


Parham Eftekhari
Executive Vice President, Communities
CyberRisk Alliance

Parham Eftekhari is a business executive specializing in cyber and national security. He currently serves as Executive Vice President, CISO Communities at CyberRisk Alliance, leading its CISO services platform which consists of the Cybersecurity Collaborative and Cybersecurity Collaboration Forum. Parham also serves as the chairman of the Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology (ICIT), the nation’s leading cybersecurity think tank, which he founded in 2014. Other leadership roles during his more than 15 years in this sector include co-founder and Vice President of research at the Government Technology Research Alliance, founder of the world’s first webcam cover manufacturer CamPatch, and Advisory Board member at the Ready Rock Institute. Parham has developed and authored multiple research publications, regularly engages with the media, and has addressed forums ranging from Congress, TED, RSA, and C-SPAN. In 2017, Parham was recognized by (ISC)2 for his contributions to the field of cybersecurity with the Most Valuable Industry Partner – Government Information Security Leadership Award.

Mitchell Bezzina
VP of Product & Solutions Marketing

With over two decades of experience in information security and endpoint forensics, Mitchell Bezzina is a technology executive known for leading high-impact teams, disrupting industries, and accelerating the growth of cybersecurity technologies. In 2018, Mitchell drove the creation of the Extended Detection and Response (XDR) category, releasing the first product in its name, Cortex XDR with related MxDR services. This continued into leading all marketing functions for the Palo Alto Networks Cloud-Delivered Security Services unit, accelerating adoption, and releasing innovative products in high-growth markets like IoT Security, Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB), and Enterprise Data Loss Prevention (DLP). Mitchell’s technical foundations stem from his time as an expert witness in computer forensic and eDiscovery investigations, leading over 100 cases Australia. Converting technical concepts into practical terms has allowed him to gain insights into the evolving cybersecurity landscape with the goal of helping security teams streamline investigations and stay ahead of the curve.

Nicholas Bruno
Ben Nelson