This months podcast features host Larry Bianculli speaking with guest CISO Agim Bracovic from BNB Bank, as well as our very own Matthew Pascucci, cybersecurity practice manager, at CCSI, on Incident Response. How do you build a team of qualified IR resources with current staff? How do you prepare and train an incident response team? Agim Bracovic and Matthew Pascucci touch upon these and more in this podcast episode.
Author Bio: Larry Bianculli is managing director of enterprise and commercial sales at CCSI. He has 20 plus years experience in the IT Industry helping clients optimize their IT environment while aligning with business objectives. He is a cyber security consultant and holds a CCIE and CISSP. He has a vast experience in many verticals including Financial, Public Sector, Health Care, Service Provider and Commercial accounts. He has helped customers and lead teams with a balanced approach to strategy & planning, execution, and personal principles.
Author Bio: Matthew Pascucci is a Security Architect, Privacy Advocate and Security Blogger. He holds multiple information security certificates and has had the opportunity to write and speak about cyber security for the past decade. He’s the founder of www.frontlinesentinel.com and can be contacted via his blog, on Twitter @matthewpascucci, or via email email@example.com
Author Bio: Agim Bracovic is the Vice President and Information Security Officer at BNB Bank. He is responsible for overseeing the Information Security Program for BNB Bank, a 4.4 billion dollar commercial bank with 38 branches from Montauk to Manhattan. Mr. Bracovic leverages his leadership and technology expertise to help the organization balance risk and security. His responsibilities include information security, incident response, business continuity, and third party risk management. Mr. Bracovic has over 15 years of Information Security and Information Technology experience across multiple verticals. Mr. Bracovic holds a Master of Business Administration and a Bachelor of Computer Engineering from Stony Brook University. In addition, he is a Certified Information System Security Professional (CISSP) and a Certified Regulatory Vendor Program Manager (CRVPM).