In this FinCyber Today episode, Meg Anderson, the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) at Principal Financial Group, talks about the CISO's role in helping a large, multi-national company stay flexible by making sure security controls are in place and managing risks. She also covers:
- Centralization versus decentralization of cybersecurity control in a large corporation: 2:10
- How to keep a large number of employees up to date on cyber hygiene and awareness: 3:29
- Thoughts on whether a security team should be remote: 10:48
- The best ways to formulate questions that will extract the best data: 26:15
FinCyber Today is a podcast from FS-ISAC that covers the latest developments in cybersecurity, contemporary risks, financial sector resilience and threat intelligence.
Our host Elizabeth Heathfield leads wide-ranging discussions with cybersecurity leaders and experts around the world who bring practical ideas on how to confront cyber challenges in the financial sector, improve incident response protocols, and build operational resilience.
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Meg Anderson leads the Information Security & Risk team for Principal Financial in the role of VP-Chief Information Security Officer. She drives information security strategy for the global Fortune 500 company including...Read More
security operations, identity and access management, data protection, governance, risk and compliance. Meg participates on a wide variety of CISO councils, is a Board member of the Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center (FS-ISAC) and is chair of the Strategy Committee of the board. Before the role of VP-CISO, Meg acquired over twenty years of technical and leadership experience in application development. Meg graduated from the University of Iowa with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Management Information Systems.
Elizabeth is a storyteller at the intersection of technology and money. Layer in geopolitics and the criminal underworld and you get today's issues in cybersecurity for the global financial system. Crypto. Web...Read More
3.0. Quantum. AI. Ransomware. Privacy. Regulation. Zero-days. Supply chain attacks. Developing new and diverse talent. How to protect the future of money. These are the topics Elizabeth asks top executives and experts in the field about on FinCyber Today.