Wednesday, October 21 at 1 p.m. ET / 12 p.m. CT
Changes across both compliance frameworks and privacy regulations have been fast and furious in the past two years. In addition to updates to major compliance frameworks such as the upcoming PCI 4.0, we’ve seen the California Customer Privacy Act (CCPA) emerge while similar legislation is spreading in the U.S., forcing Security, Compliance and Privacy efforts to converge.
As compliance aficionados, you are driven to keep your companies compliant and out of harm’s way when an auditor comes calling. But with the pace and volume of changes, how do you keep up with so many updates?
Join Armor’s leading compliance and security experts Nancy Free, Chief Compliance and Data Privacy Officer, and Mike Annand, Director of Customer Compliance, as they explore:
- The latest updates on major compliance frameworks such as HITRUST and the upcoming move to PCI DSS 4.0
- The latest updates in privacy laws such as CCPA and what’s emerging
- Upcoming Armor product releases that benefit our compliance-minded customers
- How Armor’s roadmap is evolving to further enhance the compliance outcomes you expect
Mike Annand, Director of Customer Compliance, Armor
Mike Annand serves as the Director of Customer Compliance at Armor. Mike has over 20 years of IT Operations and compliance related experience. He is a trusted advisor to Armor prospects and customers on PCI, HIPAA, HITRUST, ISO-27001 and SOC. Mike has spent time implementing security controls in the retail, banking and energy sectors, as well as several years as a security assessor and practice manager.
Nancy Free, Chief Compliance & Data Privacy Officer, Armor
Nancy Free serves as the Chief Compliance and Data Privacy Officer at Armor. She is responsible for Armor’s data privacy mission and for the governance, risk, and compliance side of Armor’s security mission. With more than 20 years of experience in information technology and assurance, Nancy is a trusted advisor to Armor prospects and customers on GDPR, PCI, HIPAA (HITRUST), ISO-27001, and other privacy regulations and compliance frameworks, helping them understand the impact of these standards on their businesses. Nancy has implemented GRC and ERM programs for Fortune 500 companies within the transportation, energy, and retail industries, assuring compliance with many regulations and industry frameworks. Nancy is an active participant in local chapters of the North Texas Crime Commission (NTCC), Network of Executive Women (NEW), and Information Systems Security Association (ISSA), currently serving as Deputy Director of the North Texas ISSA Women in Security special interest group (WIS-SIG).
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