Helping Your Managed Services Clients Build Their Own Security Culture – Ryan Jamieson – CFH #13
Security is a shared responsibility between MSSPs and their clients. Yes, the provider was hired to do a job -- be it SOC operations, threat intelligence or offensive security -- but part of the job is also to consult and communicate with the client to help them gain some degree of cyber self-sufficiency. This discussion will reveal how providers can teach their clients how to develop a secure corporate culture, how to share responsibility and accountability for security matters, and how to broaden their security awareness through partnerships with professional development organizations and information sharing groups.
Leading the [redacted] Advisory Team, Jamieson brings over twenty years of experience in technology and risk management across multiple industries, including entertainment, defense, financial services, and public accounting. With a history of building security programs from scratch, he seeks to embed security and risk awareness into the culture of the company and create sustainable control environments that preserve business agility.
Jamieson joined [redacted] in 2021 from EY where he worked to strengthen the internal control environment protecting the most sensitive data for thousands of clients across the globe. Prior to EY, he built the security program at Take-Two Interactive (parent company to Rockstar Games and 2K Games), served as the BISO for North American operations at RTL Group, and spent nearly seven years protecting cardmembers and their data at American Express.
Ryan holds a bachelor’s degree in Computer Information Systems from the WP Carey School of Business at Arizona State University and a master’s degree in International Relations and Affairs from Macquarie University.