Speaking at CSO Conference next week

 Next week I'll be speaking at the CSO Executive Seminar on Data Protection and Encryption in Washington, D.C. My presentation will focus on doing more with less in a time when security and compliance teams are stretched thin due to staff and budget cuts. I will touch on aligning security investments with key business objectives and leveraging automation as a resource multiplier.

Security process automation is often viewed as a sort of holy grail that we all imagine might exist in some form even though nobody has ever actually seen it. Instead of articulating a grand vision, I will focus on the basics: implementing appropriate security controls to address business objectives; leveraging people, process and technology to mitigate risk; and automating some simple, easily repeatable processes to reduce cost and increase repeatability.

If you happen to be in the DC area next week, please stop by and say hello!

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