I wrote a piece for ISACA about how the rise of the Chief Trust Officer role is changing the landscape for cyber security and cyber risk leadership. Borrowing from the CISO, CSO, CPO, CIO, and digital transformation roles, the Chief Trust Officer can become the go to role to govern technology and ensure customer’s trustContinue reading “Rise of the Chief Trust Officer”
In my latest piece for the @ISACA newsletter, I address the US SEC’s interest in enhancing the cyber risk reporting requirements. The SEC has asked for feedback on this matter from the public. I used my feedback to them in the writing of this piece.
Security leadership is risk leadership
My fall conference calendar keeps filling up! I’ll be a panelist at SIRAcon this year alongside Jim Hietala from the OpenGroup and a couple surprise guests on Thursday 13 Oct at 9:00 AM. We will be speaking on the Risk Analyst Profession: Training and Certification Requirements.
I was always a big fan of Alice in Wonderland. Having read the book several times, you just have to wonder why she goes down the hole at all? Alice abandons all that she knows, all that everyone around her acknowledges as being rational and true, for something that we’re told is simply the pursuit of curiosity.Continue reading “Why I Work in Risk”