You’re Invited to an informational Virtual Meeting. (See Registration link below)
Topic: The Urgency to Treat Cybersecurity as a Business Decision
Cybersecurity is not just the worry of CISOs or cybersecurity leaders of a company. Board level and C-Suite executives care profoundly but, in most cases, don’t understand their organization’s Cyber Risk Program. As the lines blur between business models and the technology that supports them, CISOs need to consider the risks, security priorities, and investments that impact their business outcomes and be able to communicate those considerations in concrete and non-technical terms to critical stakeholders. This webinar will give insight into how today’s CISO can better do this.
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Speaker: Arlan McMillan, CSO, Kirland & Ellis LLP
Arlan McMillan is the Chief Security Officer (CSO) for Kirkland & Ellis LLP. Kirkland, an international law firm that serves a broad range of clients around the world in private equity, M&A and other corporate transactions, litigation, white collar and government disputes, restructurings and intellectual property matters. Office locations include the US, UK, France, Germany, China & Hong Kong.
As the CSO, Arlan oversees the strategy and delivery of Cyber Security, Physical Security, and Business Continuity Management capabilities firm wide. With over 25 yearsí experience in Information Technology and Security, Arlan has led a number of teams developing and delivering security services for top organizations including United Airlines, the City of Chicago and ABN Amro Bank.
Prior to joining Kirkland, Arlan was a board member of the Aviation Information Sharing and Analysis Center (A-ISAC) and the Transportation Sector Chief for the FBI-InfraGard Chicago region.
He is currently serving as the Chair for ChicagoFIRST, an Executive Committee member of the CyberSecurity Collaborative, and a is regular contributor on the topics of risk management and executive communications.
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