Securing The Remote Workforce: Cyber Security in a Pandemic World
Wednesday, February 17, 2021 @ 12:00 p.m. ET
The upheaval to a remote and distributed working environment has highlighted cracks in many of our security foundations. Learn more about the infrastructure challenges, policies, and threats that have risen since 2020, as well as how we, as leaders, can help further support our organizational security profile, in our February program, 'Securing the Remote Workforce: Cyber Security in a Pandemic World.'
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About Our Speakers
Anne Marie Zettlemoyer
Business Security Officer, Vice President, Security Engineering
Anne Marie Zettlemoyer is a senior security executive with over 20 years of experience in 8 industries. Sitting at the intersection of business, security, and analytics, Anne Marie has served as a trusted advisor for Fortune 500 companies, government agencies, law enforcement, security vendors, and think tanks. She is a Vice President of Security Engineering and Business Security Officer at Mastercard, a visiting National Security Institute Fellow at GMU’s Scalia Law School, and has held a number of strategic and technical security leadership roles including the Head of Security Architecture, Engineering, and Solutions at Freddie Mac, Director of the Cyber Think Tank at Capital One, Director of Business Analytics at FireEye, and Special Advisor for the Director of the US Secret Service. She has served on the board of directors and advisors for security companies and non profits, and advocated for security policies and improvements on Capitol Hill. In addition to CISSP and CeH certifications, Anne Marie holds an MBA from the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor as well as undergraduate degrees in both Accounting and Finance.
Elizabeth A. McMorrow Law LLC
Elizabeth has more than 25 years’ experience representing companies in diverse industries including financial, life-sciences, beverages, and imaging technology as both in-house and outside counsel.
Elizabeth has a unique combination of experience in international trade, international tax and international business operations.
She advises investment management firms, private equity firms, and trust companies on their FATCA / CRS obligations and develops compliance programs to mitigate the risk of noncompliance.
With the same focus on risk mitigation, Elizabeth also advises companies, executives and boards across industries on developing policies and procedures, compliance programs and compliance training in international related areas such as anticorruption, international sanctions, and privacy law.
Another significant aspect of Elizabeth’s practice involves advising small to medium-sized companies across industry sectors on a wide range of international operations issues. Elizabeth bridges the stages between market entry and the client’s international presence being significant enough to merit an in-house specialist.