CISO 2.0: The Leadership Qualities Required by Today’s Chief Information Security Officers to Dominate the Discussion at the 2017 Atlanta CISO Executive Leadership Summit

HMG Strategy: ATLANTA, GA – September 8, 2017 – Once relied upon solely to protect the enterprise’s information security assets, Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) have taken on more expansive roles in driving business innovation, aligning security with business goals, and in shaping the organization’s risk tolerance. The opportunities and challenges posed by these developments, along with the leadership traits needed to succeed in today’s ever-changing cyber landscape, will be the key topics of discuss at the upcoming 2017 Atlanta CISO Executive Leadership Summit  produced by HMG Strategy, to be held on September 27, 2017 at The St. Regis Atlanta.

Prominent speakers at the summit will include Michael Anaya, Supervisory Special Agent, FBI; Tamika Bass, Chief Information Security Officer, Georgia Department of Public Health; Matthew Comyns, Managing Partner, Cyber Security Practice, Caldwell Partners; Mignona Cote, CISO Aetna International, CISO PayFlex, Sr. Director/Business Compliance Officer, Global Security, Aetna; Gene Fredriksen, CISO and CEO National Credit Union ISAO, PSCU; John Iannarelli, Former Senior Executive Advisor, FBI; Christopher Mandelaris, VP, Chief Information Security and Privacy Officer, Chemical Bank; Israel Martinez, Chairman Global Manufacturing ISAO & CEO, Axon Global; and Phyllis Schneck, Managing Director and Global Leader of Cyber Solutions, Promontory Financial Group, an IBM Company.

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