Many of us have crossed the one-year marker of operating under COVID19 restrictions. Upon awakening to remote work as a requirement for worker safety, businesses rushed to implement remote access and collaboration tools. Although the tools and capabilities are nothing new, the scale of implementation and types of users consuming them was previously unanticipated for some in leadership and security departments.
Renee Tarun, Deputy CISO & VP of Information Security at Fortinet, joins us this April to discuss how we must adapt to identifying and managing risk in this new operating paradigm:
We have seen 2020 be an unprecedented year for networking and security teams with the explosion of digital transformation and remote working. Rapid pivoting of people, process, and technology to adjust to new operational norms has ensured business continuity, but it hasn’t come without additional security challenges and risks. With more connected people, applications, and devices, organizations need to have a holistic approach to managing cyber risk. With no end in sight to this new shifting landscape and with adversaries on our heels, how do we prepare for what lies ahead? This session will focus on ensuring we addressed the security and network risks of today and are prepared for the challenges of tomorrow.
April 8th, 2021 @ 5:30pm
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Renee Tarun has over 20 years’ experience in the cybersecurity and information technology fields with leadership experience in development and engineering, operations, strategy, policy, and portfolio management, across the intelligence community, law enforcement, and private industry.
As Deputy CISO at Fortinet, she focuses on enterprise security, compliance and governance, and product security. Prior to joining Fortinet, she served as Special Assistant to the Director, National Security Agency (NSA), for Cyber and Director of NSA’s Cyber Task Force, in which she advanced NSA’s execution of its cybersecurity and cyber-related missions by overseeing resources; defining and integrating mission capabilities; and shaping agency strategy and national level policy at the White House.
Renee is also a board member for the George Mason University Volgenau School of Engineering, creating synergy between the school and the professional community by addressing workforce development demands, industry expectations, and employment trends.