In the wake of the SEC adopting rules requiring publicly traded companies to disclose material breaches of any cybersecurity incident and greater pressure on organizations to demonstrate a well-reasoned and defendable cybersecurity program, sound expert guidance is now more important than ever before.
In an effort to address the needs for the modern CISO and business leaders to shift the security mindset from risk-based modeling to threat-based modeling, Interpres Security today announced the establishment of the Interpres Security Advisory Group, bringing together experts from the CIA, NSA, DISA, Sourcefire, the DOD, and other leading cybersecurity practices.
The inaugural members of the Interpres Security Advisory Group (ISAG) bring several decades of industry experience to Interpres, including:
“The Interpres Advisory Group (ISAG) members are joining as Interpres enters an exciting period of rapid growth and momentum. Our management team is looking forward to working closely with each member as we continue to scale the business and address the ever growing needs of the CISO,” said Nick Lantuh, CEO and Co-Founder of Interpres Security. “Each advisory group member brings a unique perspective to Interpres and is fully aligned with our mission to help organizations right-size their defenses to focus on the threats that matter most to them.”