Ransomware, hacks and attacks are all over the news, leading enterprises to strengthen their cyber defenses and spend an estimated $170 billion on security and risk management in 2022. “Technology and security are fundamentally business questions,” says Lynx CEO Franklin Donahoe. Join this conversation as AFP and cyber risk professionals lay out a framework for making investments that drive business value based on four components: the organization’s risk profile, data, business value and the application of technology. This flexible approach to business enablement provides visibility removing the friction between finance and security.
- Understand how information security technology and risk can shape organizational decisions.
- Learn how to justify security investments by quantifying the risk/return tradeoff.
Franklin Donahoe, CEO, Lynx Technology Partners, Franklin has over 30 years of experience in data, information, cyber security, business and technology risk management and military service in the United States Marine Corps.
Bryan Lapidus, FPAC, director of FP&A Practice for the Association for Finance Professionals (AFP), has more than 20 years of experience in the corporate FP&A and treasury space working at organizations such as American Express, Fannie Mae and private equity-owned companies.