Leading an organization through the complex and challenging world of digital transformation, while ensuring data security is at the forefront, is no easy feat. Learn from those who have steered and succeeded on this journey, through our latest webinar ‘Securing the Digital Transformation.’
Webinar topic: Securing the Digital Transformation
Date: Thursday, 30th June
Time: 11am EDT
Duration: 45 minutes, including Q&A
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Stephanie joined Fifth Third Bancorp in 2017 in order to build the Bank’s new Information Lifecycle Governance Program, where she was quickly asked to broaden her management duties for the Information Assurance & Lifecycle Governance unit and Bank Information Protection / Data Loss Prevention Program within Information Security, and most recently,
oversee the Enterprise Risk Management Privacy Compliance Program within the Bank’s Privacy Office.
Carl has been employed at King’s Daughters Medical Center since 1994. He has served on numerous professional boards and advisory committees. He loves serving in his community by participating in service projects and staying active in various ministries. He was awarded the Info-Tech CIO award 2 years in a row, OnCon top CIO list, as well as other healthcare-related accolades.
For over two decades, Tom has worked in the Insurance and Financial Services industry, managing risk and maintaining compliance. The last 10 years, he has led the Privacy, Risk, and Compliance strategy across Mutual of Omaha, a Fortune 500 organization. Tom oversees internal risk, identifying, assessing and managing any potential risks for a team of 6,000+ employees. His role also entails implementing new technologies and processes across the business and ensuring all products and services are compliant with company requirements, along with state and federal regulations.
For nearly a decade, Jared has worked with cybersecurity and privacy executives offering SaaS, managed services, technology, and professional services in the Fortune 2000 space. Jared has a deep knowledge of the industry, and the priorities executives have. Prior to his role at Cocoon Data, Jared was a Senior Director at RadarFirst, a west coast Privacy Incident Response software company and has been the Co-Chair for the Iowa Chapter of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP). His exerperience in the Private Equity backed software space has helped several companies move from startup, to scale, and acquisition.