Cerby Chief Trust Officer Matthew Chiodi to join ISACA Digital Trust Advisory Board

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Cerby has announced that Chief Trust Officer Matthew Chiodi will join the Digital Trust Advisory Board of ISACA, the global organisation dedicated to advancing the best talent, expertise and learning in technology.

In this role, Chiodi will build on two decades of security leadership at large enterprises and startups to advocate for a framework that builds digital trust between employers, employees and partners. Chiodi was also invited to deliver several talks for the organisation at ISACA Europe in Rome, Italy, on Digital Trust and The Hole in Your Security Strategy, which offers key insights into developing a Zero Trust strategy and architecture.

“There’s an area of Zero Trust and cybersecurity that’s often overlooked despite contributing to a third of all security breaches,” Chiodi noted. “We call this area ‘unmanageable applications’ – apps that can be found everywhere yet mostly miss the mark on even basic security standards such as SAML and SCIM. Some departments might have thousands of apps being used and providing business value yet leaving major gaps in cybersecurity strategies. Eliminating these technologies outright is not an option. We need a new approach that balances such choices with greater security, and I look forward to promoting this message.” 

“We’ve always understood that new technologies bringing innovation can come with a level of unacceptable risk,” said David Samuelson, CEO at ISACA. “The best path forward is to develop and execute strategies that match productivity with key focus areas that build digital trust, including security, privacy and governance. Matt has a unique perspective on this critical issue and we believe he will offer a distinctive outlook to our members and professional community. We welcome him to the ISACA digital trust advisory council and look forward to a long relationship.”

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