- Understand various reporting structures and scopes of responsibility for Information Security Leaders
- Examine the new “types” of CISOs
- Discuss the CISO of 2022 and beyond
Join this teissTalk to answer some of the biggest questions facing the Information Security industry including:
Jenny Radcliffe, also known as “The People Hacker,” is a world renowned Social Engineer, hired to bypass security systems through a no-tech mixture of psychology, con-artistry, cunning and guile.
Jenny is a sought after keynote speaker, panelist and moderator at major conferences and corporate events, both in-person and online, is a TEDX contributor and is host of her own multiple award winning podcast series.
Executive leader and influential information security practitioner with over 15 years of success in n information security, audit, risk, governance, and accounting roles. Expert in mitigating risk and meeting the highest standards in security across industries, including Healthcare, Education, Government, and Banking.
Chief Information Security Officer for Healthmap Solutions with experience as a CISO and Executive Security Advisor for publicly traded, private equity, start-ups, not-for-profit, and governmental entities.
Firm believer that Information Security, as a division of the company, can be a powerful partner to Operations and Sales. As a collaborative C-Suite Executive, I have worked closely with executive peers and Boards of Directors to ensure information security strategies support rapid enterprise growth while keeping business and customer data safe.
Respected international speaker and panelist for webinars, seminars, and conferences, delivering presentations on diverse topics related to presenting to the board, cyber-security, data protection, risk, and IT governance, social engineering, ethics, incident response, and more.
Specialties: Board Presentations, Strategic Planning, Information Security Awareness, Cybersecurity, Risk Assessment & Mitigation, Risk-Based Security & Data Protection Programs, Information Security Governance, Social Engineering, High-Performance Team, Enterprise Training, Coaching & Development
Paul Raines is the Chief Information Security Officer for the United Nations Development Programme. In that capacity he is responsible for the information security and disaster recovery planning for the organization’s 177 locations around the world. His unit is the first and only United Nations unit to be both ISO 9001 and ISO 27001 certified. His information security unit has won international awards for outstanding performance including an Honors Laureate award from Computer World magazine in 2013 and CSO50 awards from CSO magazine for 3 consecutive years, 2014, 2015 and 2016—the first organization in the history of the award to have won 3 consecutive years. The CSO award honors the top cyber security organizations in the world for business value and thought leadership. Recently, Computer World magazine selected him for its Premier 100 award for being among the 100 most influential IT leaders for 2016—the second time Mr. Raines has won this award in his career.
Prior to UNDP, Mr. Raines worked for the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) where he and other members of the organization were joint recipients of the 2013 Nobel Peace Prize. Prior to working for the United Nations he was the Chief Informations Security Officer for Bloomberg LP, Barclays Capital and the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. He is a graduate of the United States Air Force Academy and Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government. For relaxation he enjoys opera, Shakespeare, French wine and sometimes just sitting in a cafe with an espresso and croissant reading a good book on Roman history.
An Information & Cyber Security Professional with over 25 years’ experience at all levels within the IT, Telecommunications, Managed Services and Internet Service Provider industries, across Consumer, SMB, Enterprise and Public/Government sectors, Ian is also an accomplished technical writer, published author, lecturer & international conference speaker in Information & Cyber Security.
In 1996 he founded Drakken Ltd, a successful specialist web application ISP, responsible for designing & implementing highly secure managed hosting environments and real-time applications for Nokia, DS Smith & the London Stock Exchange. Drakken developed the first commercially successful web-based vehicle tracking system for ACIS (now VIX). After selling Drakken, in 2007, Ian moved to KCOM Group PLC, a UK based telco, ISP and UC Managed Services company. There, he created a dedicated security team and was instrumental in defining and implementing the groups Information Security strategies, assessing and reducing risk, defining and guiding the implementation of innovative security processes, leading edge technology & solutions, and owning the end to end security lifecycle & posture.
Ian now heads up and is responsible for the Royal BAM Group’s Cyber Security posture & response capability. Working into the CIO, he has created a dedicated security team, and effected a series of tactical and strategic plans leveraging people, processes & technology to transform and align cyber security across the group as part of a global transformation project. Ian currently holds the CISSP, CISM, CISSP-ISSMP, CCSP, CSTP, & CFIP Information Security certifications as well as being a certified ISO27001 Lead Auditor.
Steve Moore is Vice President and Chief Security Strategist at Exabeam, helping drive solutions for threat detection and advising customers on security programs and breach response. He is the host of the “The New CISO Podcast” and a Forbes Tech Council member. Prior to Exabeam, Moore served as Staff VP of Cybersecurity Analytics at Anthem, a Fortune 30 healthcare company. Moore’s experience includes leading the investigation of state sponsored cyberespionage campaigns, breach response, associated legal depositions, and client management. He’s passionate about cybersecurity, teamwork and leadership excellence.