ISACA Members and Friends,
In recent years, data breach incidents have become a nearly unavoidable threat to all types of businesses. Resiliency and planning are the keys to keeping your organization from being the next major data breach victim and headline for news outlets. We will discuss the steps that risk, cybersecurity, HR and legal professionals alike can take to minimize the effects a data breach might have on your company, and preventative measures your organization can take to ensure you are doing as much as possible to protect yourself.
Presenter’s Name and his biography: Andrew Noland
Andrew Noland is the Director of Security Consulting for Alias Forensics located in Oklahoma City. Since joining the company in 2015, he has been an integral part of the company’s rise as an emerging leader in Oklahoma’s information security community, while also helping the company continue its rapid growth. He now manages the organization’s sales team and helps with day to day operations. He has given presentations to colleges & universities, private companies, and local industry & community associations over the topics of digital forensics and cybersecurity. He also founded and organized the Oklahoma Information Security Tour in 2017, which is a series of cybersecurity conferences that are put on free of charge that help bring together technology professionals from various industries in Oklahoma to share information and increase awareness for corporate cybersecurity trends.
He grew up in southwest Oklahoma in the town of Anadarko and attended college at Oklahoma State University. He has since lived in the Oklahoma City metro-area, and began his involvement in the technology community while working for a local software and application development company as an Account Executive. He is a member of the non-profit Suited for Success’ Young Professional Board. In his spare time he enjoys attending sporting events, the outdoors, traveling, and spending time with family. He also volunteers through organizations such as Feed the Children, Suited for Success, and Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma.