20 Dec ‘Ask The CISO’ Podcast Video Interviews With F500 Chief Information Security Officers
Large enterprise security leaders go one-on-one with Cybercrime Magazine Sponsored by Fortinet
– Steve Morgan, Editor-in-Chief
Northport, N.Y. – Dec. 20, 2018
Cybercrime Magazine kicked off a special series of interviews with Fortune 500 and large enterprise chief information security officers (CISOs) and chief security officers (CSOs) in October. These battle-tested security veterans are responsible for cyber protecting the world’s largest corporations.
How did they get started in the technology field and ultimately become a CISO? What does it take to be a successful security leader? Which cyber threats are the most challenging? How has the threat landscape changed over the past 5-10 years? Do IoT devices pose a major security threat? What about the cloud? Are cybersecurity professionals difficult to recruit and retain given the current workforce shortage?
The only way to know the answers to these questions and others is to ask the CISO – and listen to what they have to say. We hope that you’ll enjoy these interviews as much as we have.
ASK THE CISO
Cybercrime Magazine is interviewing 25 top CISOs for this special series. Click on a link to watch the video.
Dr. Jay is the CISO for Xerox and a former White House deputy CIO. She was previously the first CISO at Stryker. Dr. Jay spent more than 11 years as an adjunct faculty member for several well-respected universities, and 6 years as a cryptologic engineer at the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD).
Jim Routh is the CSO at CVSHealth (and CSO at Aetna before the acquisition). He was previously global head of Application, Mobile, and Internet Security at JPMorgan Chase & Co. Jim has held the CISO position for several other companies including KPMG, Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation, and American Express.
Kathy Hughes is VP and CISO at Northwell Health, one of the leading healthcare systems in the U.S. and New York’s largest private employer with 68,000 people. Prior to Northwell, Kathy has held senior IT and security management roles with Eclipsys/Allscripts, The Estee Lauder Companies, and Stony Brook University Hospital.
Jason Witty is EVP and CISO at U.S. Bancorp. He serves as board chairman of FS-ISAC (Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center), the global financial industry’s go-to resource for cyber and physical threat intelligence analysis and sharing. (Note: Jason Witty is now global CISO at JPMorgan Chase & Co.)
Shamla Naidoo is global CISO at IBM. She has more than 30 years of experience providing strategic leadership as CISO or information security leader for global corporations including Starwood Hotels & Resorts, Bridgewater Associates, Wellpoint, Northern Trust Corporation, ABN Amro, and Leo Burnett.
Debbie Wheeler is the CISO at Delta Airlines. Her previous positions include CISO at Freddie Mac, global CISO at Ally Financial, Inc., and CISO at Fifth Third Bank. She has also held senior information security roles at JPMorgan Chase & Co., Bank One, PNC Bank, and Allegheny Health.
Hosted by Aileen Alexander, co-leader of Korn Ferry’s Global Cybersecurity Practice; with Shamla Naidoo, global CISO at IBM; Jason Witty, EVP and CISO at U.S. Bancorp; David Hahn, CISO at Hearst; and Stephen Fridakis, CISO at HBO. What CISOs have to say about recruiting and retaining cybersecurity staff amidst the worker shortage.
Hosted by Theresa Payton, CEO at Fortalice Solutions and former White House CIO; with Ram Chennamsetty, global deputy CISO at IBM; Dr. Jay, VP and CISO at Xerox; and Phil Quade, CISO at Fortinet. What CISOs have to say about ransomware, the fastest growing cybercrime. How CISOs protect the cloud, infrastructure, and IoT devices.
Stay tuned for more “Ask The CISO” interviews, filmed at Cybercrime Magazine studios in Northport, N.Y., the Manhattan campus of New York Institute of Technology (NYIT), and on-location at various events.
– Steve Morgan is founder and Editor-in-Chief at Cybersecurity Ventures.
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