CISO Priorities 2022 – CSP #62
For security leaders, it can be hard to catch a break when faced with the increasingly challenging task of defending their organizations from evolving threats while simultaneously fighting the battle of the budget in an effort to do more with less.
What issues should CISOs be prioritizing, and how can they get the most bang for their buck with regard to minimizing potential risks and maximizing potential outcomes?
CISO Stories Podcast hosts Sam Curry, CSO at Cybereason, and Todd Fitzgerald, VP of Strategy at the Cybersecurity Collaborative, are joined by an esteemed panel of accomplished security leaders to discuss these challenges and more.
Join our panel of seasoned CISOs from multiple industries as they share their valuable perspectives on:
- Ransomware and the impact on global stability
- Supply chain attacks and trusted infection vectors
- Detection and response across the network and in the Cloud
- Incident Response readiness
- Attracting and retaining the right talent
Register for the live webinar happening on Tuesday, March 15th, 2022 at 1:00 PM EST / 10:00 AM PST: https://www.cybereason.com/blog/webinar-march-15th-ciso-roundtable-top-ciso-priorities-for-2022
This segment is sponsored by Cybereason. Visit https://www.cybereason.com/cisostories to learn more about them!
Devon Bryan joined Carnival Corporation in October 2021 as the Global Chief Information Security Officer with responsibilities for conceiving, implementing and leading technology solutions that assure compliance, protect personal data and corporate assets, increase organizational capability and advance productivity within Carnival Corporation and our world-leading cruise line brands.
As vice president, chief information security officer, Marc Varner is responsible for the global security strategy and program, ensuring all Lowe’s information assets and technologies are properly protected. He collaborates with senior technology and business leaders to implement the best security practices to protect and serve our customers and overall business. He joined Lowe’s in 2021.
Marc has over 25 years of experience in technology and has expertise in global cybersecurity strategy, security architecture and process, information security governance and controls and regulatory compliance. Prior to Lowe’s, he served as vice president and global chief information security officer at Yum! Brands, where he was responsible for global cybersecurity and strategic cybersecurity planning. He previously served as vice president and global chief information security officer at McDonald’s.
Marc is on the advisory board of a number of leading cybersecurity companies and serves as a global chair for the Cyber Security Collaborative, which he co-founded in 2012.
Mr. Richard Rushing is the Chief Information Security Officer for Motorola Mobility LLC.; Richard participates in several corporate, community, private, and government Security Council’s and working groups setting standards, policies, and solutions to current and emerging security issues. As Chief Information Security Officer for Motorola Mobility, he has led the security effort by developing an international team to tackle the emerging threats of mobile devices, targeted attacks, and cyber-crime. He organized developed and deployed practices, tools and techniques to protect the intellectual property across the worldwide enterprise. A much-in-demand international speaker on information security Richard has presented at many leading security conferences and seminars around the world.
Sydney Klein serves as Chief Information Security and Data Officer (CISDO) for Bristol Myers Squibb(BMS), a global biopharmaceutical company whose mission is to discover, develop and deliver innovative medicines that help patients prevail over serious diseases.
In addition to this role, Sydney is a strong ally to underrepresented communities. She is a member of the BMS’Global Diversity and Inclusion Council, the executive sponsor of the IT Diversity and Inclusion Council, and the executive sponsor for the local Pride Alliance People and Business Resource Group chapter, which aims to empower LGBTQ+ inclusion, awareness, and engagement.Sydney dedicates much of her time fostering a sense of inclusion and a diverse environment that hires and promotes people who typically come from tangential industries, roles, and experiences. Committed to women’s advancement, diversity and inclusion, Sydney is proud to be a part of BMS, a company that has been recognized by Forbes as one of America’s Best Employers for Diversity, by Working Mother’s Top Companies for Executive Women, and by Disability:IN as one of the Best Places to Work for Disability Inclusion. In 2015, the organization achieved gender parity and continues to grow in the representation of women in the manager and professional categories. The company is on track to achieve global gender parity at the executive level by December 2022. In addition, as of December 2020, BMS’ Board of Directors contained 35.7% female leaders, 14.3% of which are Asian American and 14.3% of which are Black/African American.
Sydney has over 20 years of experience in cybersecurity. As the company’s CISDO, she leadsBMS’ efforts to be a data-driven biopharmaceutical powerhouse, leveraging data to unimagined possibilities while ensuring digital and data ecosystems are secure. Prior to joining BMS, she served as Vice President of Cyber at Capital One Financial where she led various programs, including Line of Business Information Security Officers, Information Assurance Third-Party Management, Application Security,Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards, and Cyber Incident Management. Sydney received her B.S. in Integrated Science and Technology from James Madison University with a double concentration in Information Knowledge Management and Health Systems. She holds the Certified Information Systems Security Professional certification.