Lazarus Alliance will be a sponsor at this year's Physical and Cyber Threat Convergence Forum, and the company's founder and CEO will be moderating a panel discussion on ensuring security while integrating new systems.
Scottsdale, AZ, July 18, 2017 (Newswire.com) - Lazarus Alliance, a leading cyber security, governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) firm, will be a sponsor at this year’s Physical and Cyber Threat Convergence Forum, the company announced today. The forum will be held on August 24, 2017, at the Radisson Phoenix Airport. Michael Peters founder, and CEO, will be moderating the second-afternoon discussion panel, “Understanding Future Levels of Cyber Defense: How to Consistently and Efficiently Integrate New Systems and Services at all Business Levels to Ensure Security and Safety.”
“As a company based in Scottsdale Arizona, Lazarus Alliance is pleased to be sponsoring this year’s forum,” Peters said. “Our company promotes proactive cyber security, so the secure systems integration panel is a natural fit for us. Ensuring that new systems are secure from the get-go prevents data breaches and other cyber abuse down the road.”
Lazarus Alliance’s audit and assessment services include HIPAA and HITECH, PCI DSS QSA, SSAE 16 and SOC reports, FedRAMP, FISMA, DFARS, NIST, CJIS, ISO, NERC CIP, SOX, ISO, and EU-US Privacy Shield certification. “Lazarus Alliance is proud to be the only Arizona-based cyber security company that offers this depth of coverage,” Peters noted. “There are much larger cyber security firms that don’t offer as many assessment services as we do. One of the reasons why we’re able to do so much is because we use Continuum GRC’s IT Audit Machine (ITAM) software. The ITAM speeds up the audit and reporting processes by up to 180%, allowing us to keep our clients compliant and secure in far less time than it would traditionally take.”As a local company based in Scottsdale Arizona, Lazarus Alliance is pleased to be sponsoring this year's forum. Our company promotes proactive cyber security, so the secure systems integration panel is a natural fit for us.
The “Understanding Future Levels of Cyber Defense” panel will run from 2:40 p.m. to 3:20 p.m. and includes Ori Eisen, CEO of Trusona; Sean Moshir, CEO of CellTrust; Joseph Skerly, CISO of CyberTrails; Neil Lakomiak, Director of Innovation, Building & Life Science Technologies at Underwriters Laboratories; and John Livingston, Sr., IT Auditor at CVS Health.
In addition to five discussion panels, this year’s forum features keynote speakers, a sponsor expo, a networking lunch, a drinks reception, and other special presentations on data security and privacy.
To find out more about the 2017 Physical and Cyber Threat Convergence Forum, visit http://physical-cyber.com/
Source: Lazarus Alliance