Theresa Payton is a leading cybersecurity expert and the First Female White House CIO.
Theresa is internationally known as a cybersecurity leader, having been named one of the “Top 25 Most Influential People in Security” by Security Magazine and honored as the 2019 Woman Cybersecurity Leader of the Year. She has served in a variety of senior public and private sector roles. Before overseeing IT operations as CIO for President George W. Bush and his administration, she held executive roles in banking technology for two of the country’s top financial institutions. After serving in the White House, she went on to co-found a cybersecurity product company (Dark3), and a world-class cybersecurity consulting firm (Fortalice Solutions).
Theresa joins us to share her experiences, answer your questions, and discuss:
- Communicating cybersecurity to senior executives and the board
- Managing supply chain risk
- Why cyber risk quantification is critical to your program
- The benefits of building a diverse cybersecurity team