April 25, 2019Add to calendar 2019/04/25 12:00 2019/04/25 13:00 America/Chicago Who’s afraid of the big, bad Cyberwolf – Building the Foundation for Enduring Information Security This complimentary Webinar, organized by DNV GL and Churchill & Harriman, aims to provide attendees with a clear understanding of the scope of Information Security across industries.
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This complimentary Webinar, organized by DNV GL and Churchill & Harriman, aims to provide attendees with a clear understanding of the scope of Information Security across industries, how to safely maintain it, satisfy regulatory requirements, and how ISO 27001 can be leveraged as a foundational tool to help Information Security professionals meet the ever changing challenges presented in today’s threat landscape.
This 1-hour Webinar will allow attendees to interact with speakers by sending questions ahead of time, and also during the Webinar, which will be addressed at the end. Seats are limited, register now to ensure your attendance!
- What falls under the umbrella of Information Security?
- How to properly maintain Information Security.
- Common elements of regulatory requirements (HIPAA, GDPR, NIST, AICPA SOC).
- How does ISO 27001 assist in satisfying information security and privacy-specific regulatory requirements.
Paige T. Needling, PMP, CISA, ITIL, ISO, ISO 27001 Auditor - DNV GL
Paige T. Needling has over 20 years of “in-the trenches” experience in solving real world data security and compliance challenges for her clients. Paige has attained her certification as an Exemplar Global-Lead Auditor QMS/ISMS. Paige has been featured as one of the Game Changers in Information Security by HUB Magazine, as well as Compliance Weekly and other publications. She has shared her expertise as a speaker at ISACA, ISSA and IIA. Paige has acquired the reputation of “The Compliance Queen” and touts the philosophy that “Security does not mean NO – It means NOT YET.”
Prior to DNV GL, she served as Chief Information Security Office for OneAmerica Financial Services, Chief Compliance Officer and Global Director of Information Security and Compliance for Recall Holdings, Director of Data Privacy and Information Management for IHG and other Senior Management roles including The Coca-Cola Company. She has lead the efforts for multiple organizations in achieving ISO 27001, ISO 20000, SOC2, NIST and PCI DSS certifications globally.
Donald E. Williams, CTPRP, Lead Consultant - Churchill & Harriman, Inc.
Donald Williams has been a Principal Consultant for Churchill & Harriman, Inc. since 2011. For more than six years Williams has managed all aspects of the organization’s development and delivery of services for Churchill & Harriman’s Vendor Assessment Program, Risk Management Program, standards mapping program and ISO 27001 Certification Services Program. Before his time as Principal Consultant, Mr. Williams spent five years as C&H’s Manager of Operations.
During this time he has integrated the Shared Assessments program’s Standard Information Gathering (SIG) tools and the Agreed-Upon Procedures (AUP) assessment into C&H’s service offerings. He was a participant to the Shared Assessments’ 2010 publication, Evaluating Cloud Risk for the Enterprise: A Shared Assessments Guide. Williams has also pioneered the combining of an AUP with a NIST SP 800-53 assessment in order to enable clients to meet multiple contractual and regulatory requirements.
For more than 20 years, Donald E. Williams has successfully led service and technical teams responsible for the largest revenue-generating programs in top global organizations. Williams is well respected for creating operational programs that result in increased efficiency, tremendous cost savings and significant profitability.
Williams holds a B.S. in General Engineering from the United States Military Academy at West Point, NY. He also is a certified ISO 27001 Lead Auditor and CTPRP.