Modern cybersecurity beyond boring
20 Stories, NO. 1, 1 Hardman Square, Manchester M3 3EB
Join us for an exclusive event in Manchester on Thursday, 22 June, where we will showcase how Lacework, AWS, and CDW can help your organisation achieve digital acceleration while mitigating cybersecurity risks
Today’s key “information security” principles and frameworks still mostly derive from military defence concepts which are more and more bypassed by technology mega trends like Cloud and DevOps. Cyber Security has to catch up, and not fall behind by hiding behind compliance. Andy Schneider, Field CISO EMEA of Lacework and Cyber Security Advisor, will talk about the “not-being-hacked” principle which is still compliant, yet more cost effective, ready for DevOps and the Cloud, and certainly far beyond boring.
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Andreas Schneider, born and raised in Munich, Germany, entered the field of IT Security at an early stage in 2000. Trained as a Mainframe System Programmer, he took responsibility for a regional bank institute’s entire mainframe landscape security. He then grew his specialisation in the field of IT Security and IT Risk Management through various related roles like Consultant, Specialist and CISO, while transforming IT Security across different businesses and company sizes, including startup, regional and multinational within banking, IT and media.
With more than 20 years of international specialist experience including CISO roles in Switzerland, Andreas currently acts as Field CISO EMEA of Lacework and is member of several Advisory boards. He is progressing Cyber Security to become more agile, more user focused and embed security by design into digital products. He further holds several well-respected professional certifications, such as the C-CISO, CISM, CISSP, CRISC, and is also certified in ISO 27001 and ITIL V3.
He lives with his wife and two sons in Zurich, Switzerland.