ERM and Cybersecurity — Lessons from the Solar Winds and Colonial Pipeline Events

Attend this free webinar on the intersection of ERM and Cybersecurity

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  •  July 15, 2021
     1:00 pm - 2:00 pm (Eastern)

Brought to you by Guidehouse and the Association for Federal Enterprise Risk Management (AFERM).

Guidehouse and AFERM would like to invite you to attend this free webinar on the intersection of ERM and Cybersecurity. Recent cyber events, such as SolarWinds and the Colonial Pipeline, present an opportunity to discuss and revisit how Cybersecurity and ERM work hand in hand to tackle these ever-increasing risks. The recent SolarWinds and Colonial Pipeline events have left many questions unanswered about the spreading cybersecurity attacks. This webinar aims to show how ERM and Cybersecurity are closely linked, taking into considerations pointers from SolarWinds hack. The webinar will be focused on the following:

  1. Evolution of ERM and Cybersecurity
  2. Recent events and trends
  3. Impacts on organizations and risk profile
  4. Downstream impacts on other risks (Third-Party Risks)
  5. Select best practices for risk managers

Event Details & Registration

NEW DATE – JULY 15, 2021 — 1-2pm

The webinar will be hosted online. Registration is free, but required. If registered, instructions for accessing the webinar will be sent via email prior to the event. If you already registered for this webinar on the previous date (June 24), you do NOT need to register again. CPEs will not be provided for this webinar.

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Webinar Access

Everyone who registered for this event should have received an email with instructions to access the webinar on July 14 or 15. If you did not receive the email by 11:15 am on July 15, please check your Spam/Junk folders and then email if you can’t locate the link.

Presenters & Moderators

Marianne Bailey
Marianne Bailey is a partner at Guidehouse who leads the Advanced Solutions Cybersecurity practice to provide strategies and solutions which enable Guidehouse clients to manage their cybersecurity risks. Guidehouse’s Cybersecurity offerings include Strategy and Security Architecture, Cyber Resilience, Executive Cybersecurity Support, Incident Prevention and Response, Identity and Access Management (IAM), High Value Asset Management, and Data Protection and Privacy. Marianne and her team bring the power of leveraging other Guidehouse Solutions areas of Artificial Intelligence, Open Source Solutions, Advanced Analytics, Enterprise Risk Management, and Digital & Emerging Technologies as they partner with clients to develop and sustain cyber resilience to mitigate cybersecurity risks against current and emerging threats.

Marianne brings over 35 years of experience across the Department of Defense (DoD), Intelligence community, and civil government sectors. She served as Deputy National Manager for National Security Systems (NSS) and Senior Cybersecurity Executive for the National Security Agency where she was directly responsible for systems across the government containing classified and/or sensitive information. She also served as both Principal Deputy for Cybersecurity and Deputy Chief Information Security Officer (DCISO), Department of Defense, CIO. She received the Distinguished Executive Presidential Rank Award, the highest government civilian recognition, for her contributions to national security. Marianne has lead US cyber policy and technology issues internationally and is well known for her global leadership in cyber. She has received many awards recognizing her efforts to include the Office of the Secretary of Defense Medal for Exceptional Civilian Service, FedScoop’s Top Women in IT and most recently, Washington’s Top 25 Cyber Executives to Watch (2020).

John Eckenrode
John is a director in Cybersecurity Solutions team, within the advanced solutions sector. He leads the DOD Cyber business, and heads up the cyber resilience solution offering, as well as the development of the ICS/SCADA and CMMC capabilities. John’s role is to support the DOD account teams in increasing the firm’s penetration in the cyber markets and increase radiation of Solution Team capabilities into existing engagements and accounts. John is also responsible for maintaining awareness of trends and changes in the cyber market and preparing Guidehouse to develop new service offerings in response to these needs.

John has more than 30 years of experience supporting client cybersecurity challenges at the operational, mission, and strategic level. Prior to joining Guidehouse, John worked for a variety of firms leading consulting engagements to chief information and financial officers, and chief information security officers in both the defense, and civilian markets.

Kate Sylvis
Ms. Sylvis leads the Guidehouse Enterprise Risk Management Solutions Team at Guidehouse. She has over 19 years of experience in providing governance, risk and controls, compliance, operational, and auditing services to public and private-sector clients. Her clients include organizations in the Federal government, financial services industry, technology industry, energy industry and consumer products industry.  She offers technical experience in areas such as risk management, governance, program design, internal controls, compliance, operations, financial reporting, and investment accounting. She has provided advice and support to new program start-ups that cross organizational and operational design, governance, risk, compliance, and internal controls assessments.


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