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GOLearn - April 16, 2024, 15:30 CET

Empowering Enterprise Security Risk Management

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Hear from expert practitioners how breaking down security silos with Enterprise Security Risk Management (ESRM) can strengthen security across your organisation.

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April 16, 2024, 15:30 - 16:15

Empowering Enterprise Security Risk Management

In the face of today's rapidly changing security threats, traditional, isolated security measures are no longer sufficient. Our interactive panel discussion takes a deep dive into Enterprise Security Risk Management (ESRM), a holistic approach to security.

Join GObugfree COO Rolf Wagner in a discussion with leading security professionals. They'll share insights on ESRM's role in harmonizing security efforts across the organization, making it more secure against a wide range of threats.

Key takeaways

  • ESRM explained: Understand the key elements of this innovative approach to security
  • Pitfalls of security silos: How isolated security efforts can leave gaps and expose your organization to risks
  • The human factor: Skills and culture needed to support ESRM
  • Collaboration is key: How joining forces across the organization can protect against complex threats
  • Practical steps: How your organization can adopt ESRM to become more cyber resilient

Expert panel:

  • Marc Etienne Cortesi - CISO at Baloise Group
  • David Mantock - Group Director of Digital Trust & CISO at DocMorris
  • Peter Kosel - Founder & Talent Community Manager at cyberunity AG
  • Doron Zimmermann, PhD - Lead Security Strategy, Risk and Compliance at Pragmatica AG

Host: Rolf Wagner - Co-founder & COO at GObugfree

Join us on April 16 for actionable insights to enhance your organization's cybersecurity posture.

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Join us on April 16, 2024 for an interactive panel discussion with experienced practitioners from the cyber security field.

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    Marc Etienne Cortesi

    CISO at Baloise Group

    Marc Etienne Cortesi studied computer science at ETH Zurich. After holding various roles in IT consulting, he joined Baloise in 2011. Until 2016, he led the group-wide IT audit and for the past 7 years he has been responsible for information security as Chief Information Security Officer (CISO). Marc is a board member of the Swiss Financial Sector – Cyber Security Centre, which aims to strengthen the cyber resilience of the financial sector and promotes institutional cooperation between financial institutions and authorities. In addition, he passes on his knowledge to master's students in the Information & Cyber Security program as a guest lecturer at the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts. Marc is married and has two daughters.

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    David Mantock

    Group Director of Digital Trust & CISO at DocMorris

    David is a dedicated IT professional with over 20 years of experience who is passionate about keeping our digital world safe. Currently David is the Group Director of Digital Trust and Chief Information Security Officer at DocMorris. He likes to embrace the power of the collective and as such has collaboration style based on clarity, focus, empathy and creativity. When not at work, David enjoys time with his family and immersing himself in nature by venturing into the forest.

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    Peter Kosel

    Founder & Talent Community Manager at cyberunity AG

    Peter has been working internationally as a "MATCHMAKER" for over 20 years. This is exactly the thread and passion in his life. He can always be found when it comes to connecting the right people with exciting companies. Be it in HR consulting, in management and IT consulting or in the corporate environment at a high-tech company. Since September 2020 he is live with his startup cyberunity. A cyber-security-career-community which, in addition to forward-looking talent acquisition in the area of information security, is primarily concerned with the topic of human-centered security: Together with two business partners, he hosts the Swiss Cyber Circle Community.

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    Doron Zimmermann, PhD

    Lead Security Strategy, Risk and Compliance at Pragmatica AG

    Accomplished and results driven senior security manager with national security background at cabinet level in government and board level in private sector leading full spectrum of cyber, information, and corporate security domains for finance, energy, logistics, and telecommunication industries. Proven ability in information security conception/architecture, threat intelligence analysis, editing/streamlining of products, and balancing various contact and interest groups; cross-departmental security stakeholder management in private sector, federal administration, and in research/teaching. Adept at establishing security standards for numerous regulated industries and in critical (information) infrastructure protection (e.g. ISO 27001/2; ISACA Implementation Guide for 27001; NIST; BSI Standard 100-1; ASIS Enterprise Security Risk Management). Demonstrated history of success in corporate security risk management and cooperation with authorities at federal, EU (ENISA), and professional/specialist associations (ASIS, ECSA, ISACA).

  • Rolf Wagner

    Rolf Wagner

    Co-founder & COO at GObugfree

    Rolf Wagner, co-founder and Chief Operating Officer at GObugfree, a leading Swiss vulnerability management platform, is a distinguished security expert with extensive experience in security management and the implementation of modern security architectures, including Zero Trust. Holding an MSc in Computer Science with a specialization in Information Security from ETH Zurich, Rolf has a comprehensive understanding of the cybersecurity landscape.

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