Season 2, Episode 10: Today’s Cyber Security Landscape [Podcast]
Welcome to the tenth episode of our series this season, which focuses on Growing Businesses and Building Careers.
What Will I Learn About Cyber Security?
During our discussion with Justin and Keyaan, we cover:
- Why cyber security is an exciting industry to be in
- Insight on keeping digital data safe – from both a professional and consumer perspective
- Advice for folks wanting to transition into cyber security and specific skill-sets needed to be successful
Keep up with Justin and Keyann and their careers by heading over to the NCC Group website. Feel free to connect with them on LinkedIn, too.
Please enjoy our episode!
About Justin Orcutt
Justin is a Strategic Account Manager for the NCC Group which is an industry leader in Risk Management. For the past several years, Justin has worked with Fortune 500 companies to help design, implement and validate IT security systems. He has helped numerous investment advisors, brokers, and dealers navigate the new SEC guidelines on cybersecurity. With these firms he has helped apply risk management process to drive process improvements and greater security. Justin is an advisor to Gwinnett Tech CIS Program as well as on the Board of TAG Young Professionals.
About Keyaan Willaims
Keyaan has dedicated two decades to the information security profession as a leader, educator, and mentor. He has experience developing programs and strategies for critical infrastructure, high-security systems, large enterprises, and small businesses. Before joining the team at NCC Group as a GRC (Governance, Risk Management, and Compliance) leader, he directed and managed security for two large divisions of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). He also led the Certified CISO program at EC-Council where he had the opportunity to influence the training and certification of hundreds of global security leaders. Keyaan remains active in the security community as a Director on the ISSA International Board of Directors and as member of several advisory boards.