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Widespread notable hacks are not necessarily a new thing, but the fact that breaches have occurred across so many different industries and institutions is very concerning to Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) and the boards and other stakeholders that have an interest in cleaning up and/or preventing any further sort of attacks. Providers of security software and services have also been rising to the occasion to provide improved versions of the various products and services that they offer.
With so many innovative and different ways to protect an enterprise, it is easy for security teams and the stakeholders that have an interest in having a secure environment to become overwhelmed. Different forums, publications, and cybersecurity vendors promise to greatly reduce or eliminate some of the threat vectors.
Risk and Security strategy features market analysis from our strategic research partner, IDC, the global leader in market research and analysis. Get the information you need to mature your cybersecurity program and learn what IDC’s security services team is looking at for 2021.
IDC Analyst, Speaker: Pete Lindstrom, Vice President of Research, Enterprise / NextGen Security
Pete Lindstrom is Vice-President of security research with IDC's IT Executive Program (IEP). He has extensive and broad expertise with a variety of information security products, but is best known as an authority on cybersecurity economics issues such as strategic security metrics, estimating risk and return, and measuring security programs. He has also focused on applying core risk management principles to new technologies, architectures, and systems, focusing on the use of virtualization, cloud security, and big data. He has developed the "Four Disciplines of Security Management" (a security operations model), and the "5 Immutable Laws of Virtualization Security," which was integrated into guidance from the PCI Council.
Prior to joining IDC in 2014, Pete accumulated 25 years of industry experience as an IT auditor, IT security practitioner, and industry analyst. He is a frequent contributor to business and trade publications and is often quoted in USA Today, WSJ Online, Information Security Magazine, VAR Business, Searchsecurity.com, and CSO Magazine. His columns and articles have appeared in Information Security Magazine, Searchsecurity.com, ISSA Journal, and CSO Online. Additionally, Mr. Lindstrom is a popular speaker at the RSA Security Conference, InfoSec World, ISSA International Conference, and many regional conferences.
Pete served as an officer in the U.S. Marine Corps and received a bachelor's degree in Business Administration (Finance) from the University of Notre Dame.
Presents the CIO Recovery Guide: strategic technology decisions that will flatten the curve toward recovery
From the team honored with the 2016 James Beard best wine program, award, will lead the tasting with wines hand-selected for the event. Rachel attended the International Culinary Center’s, Intensive Sommelier Training, and achieved Certified Sommelier through the Court of Master Sommeliers. She was first woman and youngest sommelier in world famous, Bern’s Steak House, known for its James Beard award winning wine cellar of rare and extremely sought after vintages.