About the Class
Implementing cybersecurity compliance is hard. Customers are starting to audit your cybersecurity before they’ll do business with you and are demanding the implementation of SOC 2 or other frameworks. The challenges and costs are overwhelming for start-ups of all sizes. In this highly engaging and informative session, you’ll learn new ways to easily implement cybersecurity compliance to quickly satisfy customers and auditors so you can focus on what matters most – growing your business.
About Armistead Whitney
Armistead Whitney is the Founder and CEO of Apptega, a SaaS platform helping businesses build, manage and report their cybersecurity programs. He has over 25 years of experience in creating and leading enterprises in the security, software and Internet industries including raising over $50 million in venture capital and participating in a successful IPO. Armistead’s passion is developing creative go-to-market business strategies, launching new products, implementing predictable metrics-driven sales models, and fostering team culture in industries ripe for change. He holds a B.A. from the University of Georgia and has been featured on CNN, FOX News, ABC News, and in The Wall Street Journal for his insights on how technology is solving complex global security problems.
Apptega is committed to making cybersecurity easier and more accessible for everyone. By using technology to unify, track and report cybersecurity processes, Apptega helps organizations of all sizes stay protected and compliant. Apptega is at the intersection of creativity and patent-pending technology, making cybersecurity simple for everyone from small business IT leaders to Fortune 500 companies with dozens of security professionals. Apptega was founded in early 2017 by American entrepreneur Armistead Whitney and is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia. For more information, visit www.apptega.com.
Save the date for other classes in the series
February 19: The Dark Web
March 4: The Big Three Cyber Threats
March 18: Phishing Schemes
April 1: Supply Chain Threats
April 15: Tabletop Exercise