Whether you’re just starting out or have been in the trenches for a while, you know that building or improving a IT security program can be a daunting task. There is no need for you to reinvent the process or tackle it on your own.
Join the Arizona Technology Council and cStor on Tuesday, September 25 at CEI Gateway for a Lunch and Learn on building an effective IT Security program. During the session, the speaker will discuss choosing a cybersecurity framework, getting executive buy-in, gap analyses, control mapping, building your roadmap, and more. Throughout the discussion, cStor will share practical experiences and discuss proven methods to get your IT Security program off the ground or take it to the next level.
Lunch is included. Register now!
Who Should Attend?
IT and business leaders concerned about cybersecurity and seeking to implement or improve their organization’s information security program.
cStor helps companies strategize, create, and implement data center, cloud and cybersecurity solutions that address the business needs and demands of today’s enterprise.
About the Presenter
Andrew Roberts is cStor’s Chief Cybersecurity Strategist, responsible for information security inside cStor and for ensuring our offerings are best-of-breed, real-world solutions that enhance will enhance client security postures using sustainable and practical approaches. Andrew partners with customers to help them achieve great accomplishments in their cybersecurity, governance, risk, and compliance programs. He is building a successful cybersecurity practice by focusing on customer success, sales enablement, and partner alignment. Andrew brings a wealth of experience in audit, advisory, and cybersecurity leadership and freely shares that knowledge to help put clients on the path to success.
Prior to joining cStor, he served as the Director, IT Compliance & Risk Management at Grand Canyon University for eight years. During his tenure, he has established both the IT Security and IT Compliance functions and continuously expanded and improved the University’s cybersecurity capabilities to keep pace the university’s rapid growth. Under his guidance, GCU created a nationally recognized, award-winning cybersecurity awareness program. Prior to GCU, he provided risk management, internal control, regulatory compliance, and corporate governance consulting services to clients in the Education, Government, Travel, Financial Services, Healthcare, and Manufacturing sectors. He also founded and directed the Internal Audit department for a large regional furniture retailer and has served as both an Internal Auditor and an IT Auditor for clients in over a dozen nations.
Andrew is a Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), and is Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control (CRISC).