Every organization is unique when it comes to cybersecurity, with a specific set of requirements, budget, technologies and headcount that varies for every team. Finding a true security partner that will tailor its services to your exact needs can mean the difference between early detection and mitigation or being another number in a queue with more questions than answers.
During this webcast, cybersecurity experts will discuss the key strategies to consider when selecting a managed security partner that will work as a true extension of your team and help you to improve security over time with measurable outcomes.
Register today to learn how to:
· tell the difference between MSSP and Managed Detection and Response (MDR) providers;
· optimize your security investments and get your team to focus on what matters most; and
· stay ahead of the next ransomware attack.
Attendees of this webcast may be eligible for one CPE credit.
VP of Product Marketing
Ashish Malpani is the VP of Product Marketing at deepwatch. In his 23 years of experience, he has held marketing and product leadership roles at information security and systems companies including Forcepojnt, HID Global, Dell-EMC, and Gemalto (Thales). A passionate storyteller and traveler, Ashish can be found exploring a new country or working on his next novel in his free time. He holds M.B.A. from the University of Texas and M.S.E. from Purdue University.
CIO & CISO
Wes Mullins is the CIO & CISO of deepwatch where he is responsible for Security, Risk & Compliance across the organization, as well as back-office systems and all customer-facing platforms. He has been in IT for close to 20 years, starting out as a developer, moving into networking, and eventually landing in cyber around 15 years ago. Before joining deepwatch, he was the VP of Global Cybersecurity at Nielsen and prior to that held various roles at PwC, & TECO Energy.
VP, Product Strategy
Marissa “Reese” Wood serves as deepwatch’s VP of Product Strategy. She has more than twenty-five years of successful experience in both the technology industry and working with charitable organizations. Her role prior to deepwatch was serving as VP of Firefox Products for Mozilla. Reese has worked successfully with some of the best known Fortune 500 including Hewlett Packard, Seagate, IBM, Dell, Maxtor, Sony, Oracle, Newmont Mining, and others. Reese’s continued success also includes running her own consulting company, cybersecurity consulting, and managing entire program implementations for many large cross-organizational systems. She is a graduate of Metropolitan State University of Denver and is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and a certified Project Management Professional (PMP).