Most organizations have some kind of processes established for their day-to-day cyber security program, but most are missing the fact that while cyber security is important, information security is the focal point of many areas in which organizations are struggling.
How can an organization manage all of these complex issues?
How can an organization have solid processes in place and yet be agile?
How can an organization address today’s requirements, while preparing for the future?
These issues appear to be very complex and a dauting task – the solution is not that complex… we will discuss globally recognized best practices and standards that can be used by organizations of all sizes, complexities, and industries to implement world class management system processes.
Global Head of Strategy & Business Development Information Security, SGS
Willy has a MSc in Computer Science. For more than 25 years, Willy has held management positions with organizations in the private sectors. His experience the Management Systems goes back to 1994 when he implemented an ISO 9002:1994 QMS at a Stamping Facility in Germany which got certified in less than 12 months.
He is a qualified lead auditor for a variety of standards: ISO 9001, ISO 27001, CSA-STAR, ISO 27701, ISO 22301 and has audited multiple fortune 100 organizations to these standards. Willy has worked for several global Certifications Bodies and delivered thousands of audits in APEC, Africa, Europe and the Americas.
Willy was the Global Head for Information Security, Privacy and Business Continuity for one the largest 3rd party Certification Body, before joining SGS as the Global Head for Strategy and Business Development.
Hosted by Gary Miliefsky, Publisher of Cyber Defense Magazine
Offered Free by: SGS