As more organizations look to deploy new or additional cloud apps to enable employee productivity, securing corporate data and monitoring cloud app usage remains a challenge. Unmanaged devices, unauthorized access, and unsanctioned apps are just a few of the significant threats that are making enterprises vulnerable to attacks.
In addition, state departments like New York Department of Financial Services (NY DFS) are starting to issue and enforce new cybersecurity regulations, the most recent being the 23 NYCRR Part 500. To mitigate these threats and be compliant, Information Risk Management leaders have turned to Cloud Access Security Brokers (CASBs)to protect data, and enforce security across the cloud. In fact, Gartner has identified CASBs as the top technology for information security in 2016. However, since these solutions are extremely new, there is a lack of understanding on how to create the necessary requirements documents in order to properly evaluate them. In addition, many organizations don’t have a clear understanding on where CASBs fit in their overall information security strategy.
Join us September 20, 2017 for a live webinar to hear from Steve Sherlock, Senior Director for Information Protection at John Hancock Financial Services on how financial services companies are addressing NYDFS. Kyle Watson will follow with a discussion on how the new Cybersecurity Regulations fit into your CASB strategy, and the business requirements that your organization can use as input consideration for your CASB initiative, based on Cedrus’s newly released CASB Business Requirements 2.
Who should attend: Chief Information Security Officers and Information Security Risk Managers.
Registration: Click Here to register for the webinar.
Steve is the Senior Director for Information Protection at John Hancock Financial Services. He specializes in Financial Services information security, identity and access governance, and cloud security. A lifelong learner with a passion of collaboration on the road to success, he has extensive experience in creation and revision of policies and procedures to implement a more secure manner of doing business.