Building an effective security team boils down to two critical factors: the security leader who understands the mission and has the ability to find and manage the right people with the right skills to execute.
With Howard Schmidt's appointment as national cybersecurity coordinator, his role as president of the Information Systems Security Association (ISSA) has been filled by Kevin Richards, a risk management advisor with Crowe Horwath.
Joe Bernik, a banking and security veteran, has recently joined Fifth Third Bank as its new CISO. Among his challenges: preventing external attacks and building better internal relationships with business partners.
In an exclusive interview, Bernik discusses:
The evolution of information security and risk...
The Influencers is a continuing series of profiles of the people who shape information security, risk management and privacy.
ex-CISO, Citibank, JP Morgan, Merrill Lynch; currently a consultant and widely sought-after speaker
When it comes to enterprise security, an organization gets its tone from the top - even when the tone is set accidentally.
How do you set the right tone? That's the topic of the new book from former CISO Jennifer Bayuk: "Enterprise Security for the Executive: Setting the Tone from the Top."
In an interview about...
You've heard of Stephen Covey's "The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People?"
Well, information security leaders also must cultivate healthy habits to proactively manage their careers. Following are the 8 essential habits identified by successful security leaders:
The New Year comes with fresh perspectives on priorities to be addressed by information security leaders.
To get a sense of what's top-of-mind, we went to three information security leaders:
Emil G. D'Angelo, International President of ISACA. He is also the senior Vice President overseeing the corporate data...