Ask most security, risk, governance or assurance practitioners what the single most important consideration for their organizations is and there’s a strong likelihood they will tell you that the answer is “the data”.
Professionals continuously assess and evaluate the controls they deploy to keep their organizations protected. Moreover, from an attacker’s point of view, data can be rapidly converted into profit.
One way that can help is to take an “attacker’s eye view” of the data. Meaning, looking at the data through the same way that an attacker would.
Join this webinar to learn more about continuous assurance using data threat modeling and see what a hacker sees when assessing risk to data. Walk away with best practice recommendations on how to minimize risk to critical data.
Fouad KhalilHead of Compliance
Fouad Khalil is the Head of Compliance at SecurityScorecard and is responsible for internal and external compliance programs, auditor education, alignment with industry best practices and global sales support. With extensive experience in the technology space with more than 25 years spanning disciplines in software development, IT support, program and project management and most recently IT Security and Compliance management, Khalil’s career path in technology has provided him with keen insights in the areas of network, system and database administration, software programming, system, software and GUI design, project and product development, solution implementation and much more. For nearly the past two decades, Khalil has focused on data security, security investigations, security training and awareness, and security compliance—serving as an industry expert in key areas such as Information Technology, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Internal Controls over financial reporting, Sarbanes-Oxley, PCI DSS, HIPAA and HITECH. Khalil holds a bachelor’s degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Marquette University and CISA and ITIL Foundations certifications. Additionally, he is an active member/contributor in ISACA, IIA, Infragard, ISSA, and ISC2.
Paul Philips, CISA, CISM, MBATechnical Research Manager
Paul Phillips holds a bachelor’s degree in Accounting and an MBA with concentration in both Management and MIS. He also holds a Doctorate in Divinity from the Hope Seminary and Bible Institute. He is a Certified Information Systems Auditor and a Certified Information Security Manager. He has worked in corporate America in various capacities for 32 years. He has also worked as a part-time professor for several universities and other various institutions of higher learning for 16 years.