People & Security

 

Education Level: Intermediate

2115 - Hacking the Leadership Code: Surviving and Thriving as a Security Leader

Tuesday, September 26
8:00 AM - 8:50 AM

When security experts are promoted to top leadership positions within their organizations, there often is inadequate time to analyze and jettison the mindsets that worked well as individual contributors but now threaten to undermine their new roles. Often, this drowns out positive changes these leaders hope to see and leaves the security leader gasping to be heard, even though they may be yelling. More of the same will not work. A shift in approach is required.

This session will provide a firsthand view into what has made some security leaders successful. It will also provide actionable insights for those aspiring to security leadership roles on how to craft a message and an approach that is heard, respected and incites action across the organization.

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Sean Cordero

Senior Executive Director
Optiv

Sean Cordero brings more than 16 years of information security and IT experience to his role as senior executive director at Optiv, where he provides executive-level advisement, strategy development and relationship management for the company’s Fortune 20 clients. Sean is an industry leader and drives the development of cloud security standards as the chair of the CSA's CCM. He was named a research fellow by the CSA in 2016 and was awarded the 2013 Service Award for his contributions to cloud security. Sean is regularly quoted in leading publications. He has presented for CSO magazine, the HTCIA, Secure360, the University of California, CSA, IAPP,and ISACA. He is a certified CISSP, CISM, CRISC and CISA.

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