Cybersecurity in the Workforce: Best Practices and Lessons Learned
Join a panel of cybersecurity industry experts as they share best practices and lessons learned spearheading and contributing to a range of cybersecurity initiatives within their organizations.
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Barbara Porter has spent the last 13+ years with Fragrance.com and currently serves as its Chief Operating Officer and Chief Technology Officer. Her 35-year career also includes roles with 1800flowers.com, Getty Petroleum Corp., and Global Computer Supplies (now part of Global Industrial). Barbara has a BS in Computer Science from New York Tech, an MBA from UMass Amherst, and is in her final semester of an MS in Cybersecurity from NYU.
Christos Tulumba brings over 20 years of experience in cybersecurity, having progressed through roles from security analyst and engineer to CISO. Demonstrating a solid track record, Christos has adeptly developed and overseen security programs, ensuring they align with enterprise standards, all the while accommodating specific business requirements. He has a BS in Computer Science, New York Institute of Technology and CISSP (ISC2), CISM(ISACA ) and CEH (EC-Council) certifications.
Kelly Del Sorbo
Kelly Del Sorbo is a Senior Consultant in the Financial Services practice at Ernst & Young, LLP, based in the firm’s Boston office. Kelly has over six years of insurance industry experience with a focus on Management Liability Products (Cyber, D&O, EPL, etc.). Kelly has worked with various clients in the insurance and banking sector to help execute strategic business transformation projects that incorporate product development, experience design, project management, and underwriting.
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