- March 18, 2021
2:00 pm - 6:00 pm
We all know identity and access management is foundational to our security posture. We also know it is a HUGE undertaking. Join us at this WTA event where we will discuss the buzz around “identity as the new perimeter” and how to break it down into manageable, actionable pieces through a case study. We will focus on creating mileposts for the journey, including deciding what problem you are solving, what good looks like, deciding on a vendor, and how you can take an agile approach to implementation.
Watch live via the WTA Youtube channel!
Mandy Huth is the VP of Cybersecurity at Kohler, a $7 billion global manufacturer enabling gracious living through smart kitchen and bath products and power products, as well as host to various hospitality locations. At Kohler, Mandy runs the company’s global security strategy. Previously Director of Information Security at Smarsh, a leading provider of archiving & compliance solutions, she ran security strategy & execution, including product security and securing corporate DevOps. Mandy joined Smarsh after building a security organization responsible for IT and OT from ground up for Belden, a $2 billion manufacturer of signal transmission products. She served as Head of Security and Technology at Tripwire (acquired by Belden), responsible for securing Tripwire’s internal technologies and solutions. Mandy has over 15 years’ experience, developed in Hewlett Packard’s managed services division, leading the infrastructure & logical security of its data centers. Mandy is a LinkedIn Learning/Lynda author. Further, she holds multiple certifications including CISSP, CIPT (privacy) and GSLC and is an active member with ISSA, ISACA and Infragard. Mandy has delivered advisory services in information security, IT governance, IT process analysis and information risk management.
On a personal note, Mandy enjoys exercise, traveling, and reading. She would like to do (another) half Ironman in the coming years, continue to scuba dive, and to increase the number of countries she has visited from 40 to 50.