Decreasing Cyber Risk Through Compliance In The Enterprise

Continuous Compliance in an Evolving Risk Landscape

Are you aware of new and evolving risks and if they apply to your organization? In this webinar, we will discuss how compliance professionals can build sustainable programs that flex to accommodate the new and evolving risk landscape.

This webinar will take place on:
February 27, 2020
02:00 PM - 02:30 PM EST

Sponsored By:

Enterprise executives do not know where to start nor are they aware of new and evolving risks (and if they apply to their organization). As a result, business leaders are not clear about cyber security investment areas – both financially and using limited personnel – and how to align programs with business objectives and goals.

Compliance is often viewed as a reaction for organizations. The auditing of compliance becomes the event that is anticipated with resources and preparation aligned to culminate in the audit itself. A famous approach used in product development is that launch is a process; not an event. The spirit of that message is important for security leaders to consider in building a sustainable business case for compliance. Compliance should be viewed as a continuous, organizational process.

Attendees will learn:

  • Are there common needs and requirements amongst clusters of industries, such as regulatory and compliance frameworks?
  • What can industry sectors that are not heavily regulated today be doing from a security perspective to prepare for a more regulated future?
  • Are there specific compliance-related roles in organizations that security leaders need to better align with?
  • How can security leaders promote compliance as a business advantage or differentiator rather than a technical or regulatory requirement?
  • What tools are available to change the enterprise behaviour of compliance as an event to compliance as an on-going process?

In this webinar sponsored by OneTrust and hosted by Cyber Security Hub, we will discuss how compliance professionals can build sustainable programs that flex to accommodate the new and evolving risk landscape.

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Andrew Clearwater
Chief Privacy Officer

Andrew Clearwater serves as Chief Privacy Officer at OneTrust. Clearwater is a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US), holds an LLM in Global Law and Technology and is a licensed attorney.  In his role as Director of Privacy, Clearwater provides counsel, leadership, and guidance on data protection.  Clearwater is also responsible for providing public policy analysis in the areas of privacy, data security, information policy, and technology transactions.  Clearwater is a globally recognized privacy thought leader and has spoken at many of the world's leading privacy conferences on behalf of OneTrust.


Jeff Orr
Cyber Security Hub

Jeff Orr is a veteran technology strategist, conference producer, and industry analyst passionate about the way people interact with systems and machines through emerging technologies and new user experiences. At Cyber Security Hub, he oversees all editorial direction of its complete portfolio of online products -- as well as engages a network of esteemed industry board members, analysts and key influencers to make CSHub a renowned resource for all things cyber security. Jeff was actively involved in the development and launch of industry-first products, including Wi-Fi and 4G solutions, and leading the wireless strategy for a Fortune 100 entertainment company. His research on emerging technologies includes AI, cyber security, Industrial IoT (IIoT), mobile computing, wearables, and user interfaces.