Speaker: Adam Couch, CISO in Resident

When: January 11, 2022

Time: 11:30am, Pacific Time (45-minute session)

Register Today!

An evolving threat landscape with laws and policies in a state of flux means building a compliant cyber security framework is no easy task. Staying ahead of these changing requirements allows your organization to utilize a mature security program as a competitive differentiator, accelerating your sales pipeline, expanding your business into new markets, and increasing potential revenue.

What You’ll Learn

Learn how thorough security program assessment services, when combined with proper preparation, are key to mitigating risks.

  • The importance of an assessment, and building a compliant cyber security program customized to your business requirements.
  • Understanding differences between compliance, certification, and effective security.
  • Timelines, recommendations, and roadmaps for common regulatory requirements including: SOC 2 Type 2, HIPAA, HITRUST, PCI-DSS, and more.

Effective cyber security is good for business, and in today’s digital world, effortlessly meeting security compliance and assessment requirements requires a proactive approach. Preparing your organization to certify or comply with specific frameworks relies on a roadmap of best practices aligned with your business goals. As rules and guidelines change, navigating timelines and demands becomes more challenging and time consuming.  

From customer-driven SOC 2 Type 2 readiness and HITRUST certification, to legislative-driven CCPA compliance, or industry-specific HIPAA regulations, simply meeting specific elements doesn’t always mean your organization is more secure. The right balance between regulatory requirements and established policies and practices is critical.   

In this 45-minute online session, Adam Couch, CISO in Residence of CISOSHARE, a global leader in cyber security assessment and security program assessment services, will touch upon navigating the complex realm of security compliance and assessment, share some best practices and frameworks, and describe how they can be adapted to your team and the unique threats your organization faces.