”To provide or enhance assurance, encrypted traffic should be decrypted, inspected, and triaged and done so in a manner that doesn’t undermine system and network performance. ” Matt Stamper – CISO and executive advisor at EVOTEK
Source: CSO Online
About Matt Stamper:
Matt Stamper is CISO and Executive Advisor at EVOTEK. Prior to joining EVOTEK, Stamper was a Research Director in Gartner’s Security and Risk Management practice where he covered security program design, security incident response, security governance, privacy, breach and attack simulation, and security standards and frameworks; such as the NIST Cybersecurity Framework and ISO 27001. As part of his role at Gartner, Stamper has met with over a thousand security leaders around the world, advising on their security programs and practices. Prior to Gartner, Stamper was the CISO for U.S. Operations and Vice President of Services at KIO Networks (formerly redIT), an international managed services provider. Prior to KIO Networks, Stamper held a number of executive leadership roles at companies like CFO Strategies, VeriCenter (now Sungard Availability Services), Front Porch, and AT&T.
Stamper is co-author of the CISO Desk Reference Guide (Volumes 1 and 2) and serves on the board of a number of high-profile organizations including: the San Diego chapter of ISACA, the communications sector for the San Diego chapter of InfraGard, the San Diego Cyber Center of Excellence (CCOE), and a member of the San Diego CISO Round Table. Stamper received a Bachelor of Arts from the University of California at San Diego, where he graduated Cum Laude and with Honors and Distinction in Political Science. His graduate studies included a Master of Arts in Pacific International Affairs and a Master of Science in Telecommunications.