This briefing is based on the findings of a cross-sector task force of CISOs and staff who shared their challenges and best practices for developing effective vulnerability management practices. Topics discussed include: (1) managing vulnerabilities on premises, in the Cloud, and in third-party environments; (2) identification, classification, prioritization, and remediation best practices; (3) standards, charters; (4) organizational structures; and (5) scanning tools. Supporting tools that will be shown during the briefing include: (1) A CISO’s Guide to Effective Vulnerabilities; and (2) Vulnerability Management Maturity Checklist.
John Nagencast, Senior Information Security Architect, Penn National Insurance
John Nagengast is a certified security professional currently employed at Penn National Insurance where he has been involved with infrastructure architecture and security design for the past 23 years. As a lead architect within the Information Security Unit, he was responsible for the overall design and implementation of the organization’s Vulnerability Management Program.
Jeremy Rowley, Vulnerability Management, Lenovo and Motorola Mobility
Jeremy Rowley is a professional with a noteworthy track record in the field of information technology. Jeremy has been a valuable asset to Lenovo’s Vulnerability Management division, demonstrating exceptional expertise and unwavering commitment.
Brad Skrbec, Senior Manager Risk & Vulnerability Management, Lenovo and Motorola Mobility
Brad Skrbec boasts an impressive career spanning over 35 years at Motorola/Lenovo, where he has continuously evolved his role to meet the demands of the ever-changing technological landscape. With humble beginnings as a software engineer, Brad’s journey has led him to become a cybersecurity veteran, amassing over two decades of expertise in the field.
Presented by CyberRisk Alliance, an INMA Partner