3rd Party Risk Management , Governance & Risk Management , Video
Eyes Wide Open: Visibility in Digital Risk ProtectionPlanSource CISO TJ Hart and CybelAngel's Todd Carroll and on Practical Uses
Customer data, PII, web apps – your strategic assets are digital, and they require a new degree of digital risk protection. In this exclusive panel, CISOs Todd Carroll of CybelAngel and TJ Hart of PlanSource discuss the needs, scope and practical use cases.
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In a video interview with Information Security Media Group as part of ISMG’s RSA Conference 2021 coverage, Carroll and Hart discuss:
- What digital risk protection is and is not;
- The distinction from traditional threat intel;
- Specific use cases from CybelAngel files.
Hart is an information security executive with broad security expertise collaborating with cross-functional internal and external senior management to drive innovative security solutions for maximum operational profitability and efficiency in diverse arenas. He is a team enabler with proven success managing all aspects of information security with exceptional problem-solving and communication skills. Prior to joining PlanSource as the Chief Information Security Officer, Hart held leadership positions at Informatica, TE Connectivity, Hewlett Packard and Booze Allen Hamilton in addition to volunteering as the Education Committee Director for the Austin chapter of ISC2.
Carroll currently serves as the CISO and VP of Cyber Operations, North America for CybelAngel. He joined the Paris-based company in January 2019 as part of CybelAngel's expansion into U.S. markets. Carroll retired from the FBI in December 2018 as the Deputy Special Agent in Charge of the Chicago Division. Carroll entered duty with the FBI in 1998 and was assigned to the Washington D.C. Field Office working Counterterrorism matters. He was a Supervisory Special Agent (SSA) with the Critical Incident Response Group/Rapid Deployment Logistics Unit from 2003-2004. From 2006 to 2011, he was assigned as the SSA over the Cyber program in the Chicago Division developing the FBI's intrusion capabilities.