PHOENIX, March 13, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Bishop Fox partner Christie Terrill, CISSP, will be discussing cybersecurity issues at two upcoming events.
Terrill will talk about "Building a Cybersecurity Architecture to Combat Today's Risks" on March 15, 2017 from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. EDT as part of a Dark Reading Webinar. This webinar will review why "layered defense" is a remnant from the past and how to combat increased risks associated with new technologies like the cloud and the Internet of Things. Terrill will provide recommendations for rethinking IT security from a strategic, architectural perspective and outline strategies to build a comprehensive set of defenses that can discourage and repel attackers.
On March 31, 2017, Terrill will participate in a panel discussion on "Stories from the Battlefield - Cybersecurity Incident Response" from 5:45 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. MST at the Women in Cybersecurity Conference 2017 (WiCyS) in Tucson, Arizona. Terrill will join three security specialists from Palo Alto Networks on the panel, and they will all share their firsthand experiences helping companies – from retailers to banks to hospitals – respond to attacks, take action in the heat of the battle, and discuss options for handling the aftermath.
Terrill is a well-known cybersecurity thought leader with 15 years of expertise in enterprise security including security governance, risk management, compliance, and technical controls. She is a regular contributor at Forbes where she translates cybersecurity topics into business-relevant action. Prior to joining Bishop Fox, Terrill worked in the security consulting practices at Accenture and Ernst & Young for clients in the Global 500.
Bishop Fox is an independent cybersecurity firm that protects businesses from today's increasing security threats. Headquartered in the Phoenix area since its start in 2005, the firm provides assessment and penetration testing and enterprise security consulting services to the world's leading organizations. For more information, visit www.bishopfox.com.
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