A functional, engaging, and secure website is essential to any organization conducting business online. Often, security practitioners think of a website through a technical lens: how server infrastructure is configured and provisioned, what software components are being used, etc. In this presentation, Emily O’Carroll, director of global information security and IT compliance at Callaway Golf Company, John Underwood, vice president of information security & compliance at Big5 Sporting Goods, and Matt McGuirk, solutions architect at Source Defense will propose a business-driven viewpoint that will allow security practitioners to adequately assess the need for security controls and programs, establish priorities for the allocation of resources and effort, and provide a foundation for communicating both successful security initiatives and remaining gaps to internal stakeholders and executives. This presentation will not proscribe any particular method or resource for accomplishing this but will engage conversation amongst practitioners to raise the viewpoint and best practices in achieving it that will contribute meaningfully to the identification and adoption of key controls for an RH-ISAC eCommerce framework.
- Matt McGuirk, Solutions Architect, Source Defense
- Emily O’Carroll, Director, Global Information Security & IT Compliance, Callaway Golf Company
- John Underwood, Vice President of Information Security & Compliance, Big5 Sporting Goods Corporation
ELIGIBILITY: This webinar is open to RH-ISAC Core Members and retail and hospitality cybersecurity practitioners eligible for Core Membership. Ineligible registrants will have their registration canceled. To learn about eligibility, visit rhisac.org/membership. Email email@example.com with any questions.