At the center of Zero Trust is data - and for good reason. Organizations that have visibility into their data and the activity around it can detect suspicious behavior, even when other security controls have been compromised. In this session, Hudl CISO Robert LaMagna-Reiter and Dr. Lisa McKee, Sr. Manager Security and Privacy at Protiviti will outline:
Zero Trust privacy and security responsibilities;
Methods for coordination and collaboration between privacy and security within a ZT strategy;
Overcoming challenges and integrating Zero Trust in the worlds of privacy and security.
Robert LaMagna-Reiter is a leading, trusted information security and risk management professional. As CISO for Hudl, he leads information security strategies and road maps and oversees risk management, strategy, architecture and engineering, regulatory compliance and IT governance. Leveraging more than 16 years of expertise, he is a strategic adviser, consulting and partnering to achieve security initiatives and helping others to understand the value and risk alignment to their enterprise through proper security strategy. His experience includes leadership roles in information security for transportation, government communications, retail, e-commerce, managed services and SaaS industries. He is also an ambassador and Zero Trust influencer for Palo Alto Networks and serves as president of the advisory board for SOFTwarfare.
Dr. Lisa McKee has 20 years of industry experience in cybersecurity, privacy, information technology, vendor management, software development, IT audit, compliance, PCI and GRC. She assists companies conducting security and privacy assessments, implementing programs and managing compliance. McKee is a privacy expert and a regular featured speaker at conferences and events locally, nationally, and globally for IAPP, ISACA, IIA, ISC2, NEbraskaCERT and RSA. She is a member of the Accredited Standards Committee X9 providing input on industry standards and several professional association boards and is an adjunct instructor for security and privacy courses.