Author and veteran cyber security expert Jennifer Bayuk examines the current state of information systems security and how it is practiced by taking a look back at how it evolved
Jennifer Bayuk is an Information Security management and Information Technology due diligence expert and an industry professor at Stevens Institute of Technology. She is experienced in virtually every aspect of the Information Security. She has been a Wall Street CISO, a Big 4 Information Risk Management Consultant and Auditor, a Security Architect, a Manager of Information Systems Internal Audit, and a Bell Labs Security Software Engineer. Jennifer frequently publishes on IT governance, InfoSec, and audit topics, including three textbooks and two edited compilations on InfoSec Governance Issues. Jennifer has lectured for organizations that include ISACA, NIST, and CSI. Certifications CISSP, CISA, CISM, and CGEIT. She has Masters Degrees in Computer Science and Philosophy.
Enterprise Security for the Executive: Setting the Tone at the Top (Praeger, 2009) is a book targeted at CEOs or other executives who either do not yet have a security program, or who are having trouble getting value from the program they do have. It demonstrates how to create and lead a security program, including how to select an Information Security Officer to run the program. It is also a valuable read for security practitioners, as it illustrates the executive viewpoint on security programs.