Defining Cyber Risk With Bryan Ware – Bryan Ware – RSA22 #3
This year, RSAC is happening amidst the backdrop of major geopolitical tensions with cyber impacts; a continued, lingering pandemic and a potential economic downturn that cyber adversaries can and have leveraged to their benefit; and increasing technological innovation. All of this points toward ever-evolving cyber risk.
What are some of the key considerations that executives – both ones with cyber expertise and ones without – should keep in mind as they look to not only define cyber risk but also reduce it and ensure operational resiliency?
In this segment, we’ll hear thoughts from Bryan Ware, the new CEO of LookingGlass Cyber Solutions, former CEO of Next5, a business intelligence and advisory firm, and the first presidentially appointed Assistant Director of Cybersecurity at the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
This segment is sponsored by LookingGlass Cyber. Visit https://securityweekly.com/lookingglass to learn more about them!
As Chief Executive Officer at LookingGlass, Bryan provides guidance, direction, and vision to help the company meet its mission, support its customers, and expand impact.
Bryan is highly regarded as a technology leader and innovator, having started companies, patented technologies, raised venture capital and private equity, and recently served as America’s lead cybersecurity executive at CISA.
Prior to joining LookingGlass, Bryan was the Founder and CEO of Next5, a technology-focused business intelligence company, ensuring US leadership in critical and emerging technologies including AI, quantum, space, bio, and more.
Bryan served as the first presidentially appointed Assistant Director of Cybersecurity at the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), leading the 1,000-person, $1.25 billion organization through a period of intense volatility and aggressive interference from nation-state adversaries. At CISA, he developed the agency’s first five-year strategy to modernize its sensor and computing infrastructure, transform the way the agency delivers services, and scale to protect U.S. critical infrastructure. Prior to his operational role at CISA, Bryan was an Assistant Secretary at DHS, serving as the Secretary’s advisor on cybersecurity and emerging technology matters, and leading strategic initiatives across the U.S. government and its allies.