General Manager, GVP Digital Identity and Data; Optiv
Julie has nearly 20 years of experience in Information Technology, Cyber Security, and Data Management across numerous Industry Verticals. Julie is currently the General Manager, Global Vice President of Digital Identity and Data Services at Optiv where she is accountable for developing and implementing identity and data services that protect organization’s most critical assets while ensuring a secure, compliant and uniform digital experience. Julie has held key transformative CISO and Data Leadership positions where she established and aligned global security and data strategies while leading the implementation of Security and Data capabilities to reduce each organizations cyber risks exposure while enabling them to maximize their data to grow revenue, product evolution and consumer delight.
Julie was a finalist for the Atlanta Technology Professional (2017) Award and the Central Region Information Security Executive of the Decade and was recognized as the Central Region Information Security Executive of 2010, which are awards sponsored by Tech Exec Networks (T.E.N.). Currently, Julie is serving as Board Member on the Identity Defined Security Alliance and an Executive Committee member for the Technology Association of Georgia (TAG). Julie has also served on the ISC2 Trustee Foundation, a Board member of The Drug Free Alliance and Dell Software Security Advisory.
Julie has a passion for supporting women in their advancement and fulfillment within their careers and has sponsored several Women in Technology Iniatives. Julie also has obtained Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), Certified Business Continuity Planner (CBCP), and Certified Governance Enterprise IT (CGEIT) certifications and has a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio.
Thursday, June 27
10:30 - 11:20 am Ballroom
What’s Old is New Again. Can Identity Centric Security Finally Make Zero Trust a Reality? Zero Trust is not a new concept. It was introduced almost a decade ago, when the economy was still recovering and Software as a Service (aka cloud applications) became the fast path to cost reduction. The number of IoT devices was 900 million compared to 11.2 Billion in 2018. With the explosion of cloud and connected things, Zero Trust is needed now more than ever. But how do we get there without upending decades of architectural decisions and security investments? It starts with the basics and ends with an approach that puts identity at the center of your security strategy, optimizing cyber security investments while controlling risk.
Listen in on this panel of identity and security leaders from a cross section of industries as they share their war stories, best practices and strategies for leading the change to an identity-centric approach to security.
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