Principal Consultant, AIB Partners
Matt is the founder and Principal Consultant of AIB Partners LLC, an information security consultancy that focuses on compliance, contracts, and insurance. He has over 17 years of experience in information security, including information assurance and cybersecurity roles with the United States Army. Throughout his civilian career, Matt has held security management, incident response management, and legal review positions for companies in the defense industrial base, healthcare, higher education, and financial sectors. Matt currently serves as a Lieutenant Colonel in the US Army Reserve, commanding the 1st Battalion, 415th Infantry Regiment. Prior to his current assignment, he led a team that provides cybersecurity capabilities for the Pacific Theater. In his role at AIB Partners, Matt advises clients on a range of issues at the intersection of cybersecurity and law. Matt has a law degree and MBA from the University of Wisconsin. He also holds industry certifications including a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and the Registered Practitioner for the Department of Defense Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification.
Supply chain security can be a source of significant risk at any organization. Managing that risk takes many forms, but often includes the use of specific contract language regarding information security and data privacy. Matt will discuss supply chain risk management, focusing on the intersection between contract language, business objectives, and security practices. The objective is to provide the audience with a set of techniques to actively and effectively manage supply chain cybersecurity risk.