Presenter: Jason Hicks, Coalfire Cyber Executive Advisor
Event Type: Chapter/Luncheon Meetings
Date: Tuesday, Jan 18, 2022
Time: 12:00pm - 1:00pm PT
Location: Virtual Meeting
Pricing: Members - Free; Non-members - $20
Instructional delivery method: Online
CPE credit(s): 1 hour
Advanced preparation: None required
Join us as we review some of the most pressing threats security teams will face in 2022. Our discussion will include things like ransomware, software supply chain risk, and other threats we expect to be front and center in the new year. We’ll discuss the implications both from a risk and response prospective. We also plan to cover strategies that will help you inform your board and gain support for your strategy when dealing with these and other threats you may encounter.
Jason Hicks is a veteran information security and risk management executive with CISO experience in the finance, retail, information security service provider, entertainment, manufacturing, and logistics verticals. As a Field CISO for Coalfire, he is responsible for helping our client CISO’s maximize their security investments and program maturity. Prior to Coalfire, he was the Global CISO for the Kudelski Group (SWX: KUD) and was responsible for the global security programs at five member company's. Jason also provided Virtual CISO services to multiple, multi-billion-dollar organizations. Prior to Kudelski Group, Jason served as global chief information security officer (CISO) at Ares Management LLP (NYSE: ARES), a multi-national alternative asset manager, with more than $262 billion in assets under management.
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