“The vast majority of APT compromises begin with email attacks to gain an initial foothold in the victim’s
environment. Most organizations are simply ill-prepared or overmatched by the resources that the
threat actors behind APTs can bring to bear.” Matt Stamper – CISO and executive advisor, EVOTEK
Source: The Blueprint
About Matt Stamper:
As both a Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) and a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP-US) with public and early-stage company experience, Matt Stamper brings a broad, multi-disciplinary understanding to cybersecurity best practices to his clients.
His diverse domain knowledge spans IT service management (ITSM), cybersecurity, cloud services, control design and assessment (Sarbanes-Oxley, HIPAA/HITECH), privacy, governance, enterprise risk management (ERM), sales management & individual revenue contribution, new product & service development as well as international experience in both Latin America and China.
Matt excels at conveying complex cybersecurity and IT concepts to boards of directors, executive management, as well as professional service providers. His executive-level experience with managed services, cybersecurity, data centers, networks services, and ITSM provides a unique perspective on the fast-changing world of enterprise IT, IoT, and cloud services.
He currently serves on the board of directors for the San Diego chapter of ISACA and co-chair of the Telecommunications Sector for the San Diego chapter of InfraGard, a partnership between the FBI and the private sector. He is also a member of the CISO Round Table, and a member of the California Governor’s Cybersecurity Task Force.
He is a past instructor on Cloud Security and Governance for UC San Diego’s Extension Program and presents on a number of cybersecurity, cloud, and governance topics to audiences in both the US and Mexico.