Ryan Rubin has joined Ankura, a global business advisory and services firm, as Senior Managing Director. Based in the London office, Mr. Rubin will leverage his more than 23 years of industry, global "Big 4" and boutique experience to help clients holistically manage complex cybersecurity and information technology challenges from the boardroom to the network.
Get to know Chris Kennedy, CISO at AttackIQ, who previously lead the initial development of the US Marine Corps’ global incident response organization. He also held various roles in defense contracting including delivering the US Department of Treasury’s Cybersecurity Operations program, driving cybersecurity R&D, and products and services, and M&A, and most recently helped Bridgewater Associates secure their enterprise.
As companies begin to strategize how their employee office structure will look over the next several months – be it phasing in a portion of the workforce into the office or considering a fully remote workforce - top of mind will be the organization’s security posture and that IT teams can support the needs of employees and the business in a capacity that ensures a smooth, secure transition.
Organizations and their employees have always faced cyber vulnerabilities. However, with remote working, companies need to address the many layers of cybersecurity risks. The recent number of 'zoom bombing' incidents is a perfect example showing that the use of remote technologies at scale is causing new headaches and challenges for IT.