Most companies determine their cybersecurity budgets based on several factors such as return on
investment calculated on the potential cost of an attack, industry and company size, compliance
regulation requirements, and few others. Generally speaking, the higher the risk, the greater the spend, which is why essential businesses, such as utilities, telecommunications, financial services and healthcare, may have the
highest cybersecurity budgets.
However, due to the events of this past year, many organizations are tasked to do more with less. As budgets are restricted, reduced, or even cut altogether, IT and audit professionals need to find a way to make the most out of their internal security budget to ensure that their organization is fully protected even as their resources are limited.
Watch the full webinar on-demand now to learn how to get more out of your 2021 security budget with actionable tips on how to cut risks and cost.
Meet Your Hosts:
ERP Maestro Founder and Executive Chairman
Jody founded ERP Maestro in 2013 after 10 years as a thought leader in the SAP® Security, Governance Risk and Compliance (GRC) advisory space for KPMG. As Director of KPMG's SAP security analytics team, Jody worked with Fortune 100 clients to deliver access control conflict identification and remediation solutions. He developed ERP Maestro to address many of the challenges his clients faced in an easier, more cost-effective manner. Jody is a Certified Information Security Specialist (CISSP) and a Certified Information Security Auditor (CISA).
ERP Maestro CMO
With over 20 years of experience, Theresa has led marketing teams and strategies for both startups and later-stage companies. As ERP Maestro’s Chief Marketing Officer, Theresa has further defined access control and GRC solutions as security measures to keep companies safe – on the inside. She has authored articles and papers on topics, such as SAP, audit, access controls and GRC, and has been a speaker on those subjects at SAP-focused events.
Prior to joining ERP Maestro, Theresa was the co-founder and Chief Marketing & Customer Officer of Fridayd. Previously, she served as Vice President of Marketing for Modernizing Medicine, a healthcare technology company, and held senior marketing positions at Ultimate Software, Tyco and other industry-leading companies.