CyberSheath Event: Using eGRC to achieve Compliance Through Effective Security Operations
Managing an information security organization in the 21st century without an integrated view of the relationships and dependencies of incident, vulnerability and operations management is a failed approach that gets replicated across thousands of corporate infrastructures every day. Further complicating the problem is the web of compliance mandates such as SOX, HIPAA, GLBA, DFARS that often run separate from operations and provide little to no reduction of risk because they are treated like audits rather than integrated activities.
Come join us on February 5, 2015 at 6pm to 8pm for an evening with CyberSheath CEO, Eric Noonan, to hear “the how” behind bringing geographically dispersed IT infrastructures into a single focus that produces actionable metrics. You will learn how as the former Global CISO for BAE Systems Mr. Noonan leveraged RSA Archer to reduce the noise created by more than ten billion events a month and provide the business actionable cybersecurity intelligence. The result was integrated Governance, Risk and Compliance capability that served 7 countries, several time zones and 100,000 employees across the globe.
Ask specific questions that relate to your challenges and learn how GRC can enable the kind of transformative results that make security a business enabler._________________________Eric Noonan's bio
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|Mr. Noonan is Chief Executive Officer for CyberSheath Services International (CSI), LLC and is a respected cyber-security expert having testified before the House Armed Services Committee (HASC) Subcommittee on Emerging Threats and Capabilities.
Prior to founding CyberSheath Mr. Noonan was the Global Chief Information Security Officer for BAE Systems plc, based in London. Mr. Noonan was responsible for Global IT security delivering security services for more than 100,000 employees worldwide.
Mr. Noonan led the company’s participation with the Department of Defense to establish a public-private partnership securing infrastructure critical to national security.
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