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Tue, May 14


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Talent Compliance Requirements for HR, IT & MSPs

Recent compliance updates for NIST, CIS, and PCI could trigger audit failures, fines, and litigation if CIOs, CISOs, CHROs & MSPs don’t meet the new requirements. Outdated HR, security & IT practices could cost your firm millions. Learn how to avoid serious consequences in this informative webinar.

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Talent Compliance Requirements for HR, IT & MSPs
Talent Compliance Requirements for HR, IT & MSPs

Time & Location

May 14, 2024, 8:00 AM – 8:50 AM PDT

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About the event

Recent compliance updates for NIST, CIS, NIS2, and PCI could trigger audit failures, fines, and litigation if CIOs, CISOs, CHROs, and MSPs don’t meet the new requirements. NIST CSF 2.0 has a new Govern Function for leadership, roles, responsibilities, culture, and HR practices. CIS18 has 15 User (people) Asset Classes, and PCI DSS 4.0 has 13 requirements that reference “roles” 130 times and “interview” 191 times. In Europe, Article 21 of the new NIS2 Directive applies to human resources security and access control policies. MSPs and MSSPs in the U.S. and EU are directly affected.

HR & Recruiting Execs: If you’re using decades old talent assessments (DiSC, BIG-5, PI, etc.) or outdated HR practices for interviews and job roles or responsibilities your firm could fail an audit.

IT & Security Execs or MSPs: If you or your assessors are using manual and outdated processes to assign roles and responsibilities or conduct interviews you could fail an audit.

Compliance failures can result in a security breach, fines, brand damage, and lawsuits costing millions.

Join three compliance, security, and HR experts on Tuesday May 14 at 8 AM PT for an informative and entertaining fireside chat webinar on how HR, IT, security, and MSP/MSSP professionals can ensure compliance with new mandates while reducing efforts, time, and costs.

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) released version 2 of the Cybersecurity Framework (CSF) in February 2024. The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) version 4.0 came out in March 2024. What new “people” requirements impact IT, security, and HR teams? How are Managed Service/Security Providers (MSPs/MSSPs) affected?

In this informative fireside chat, a CISO and a Compliance/Security Director from Pax8 and a New York Times bestselling author and HR/IT compliance expert will help you learn:

  • How NIST, CIS, and PCI requirements relate to employees, roles & responsibilities
  • How to automate interviews, role assignments, and talent compliance reporting
  • How IT, security, HR and recruiters can collaborate to ensure compliance
  • How to turn compliance mandates into competitive advantages and profit centers
  • How CISOs, CHROs, and MSPs/MSSPs can quickly and easily comply as a team
  • How to build trust to increase engagement and lower risks by 209%
  • How neuroscience and cognitive AI can help create a high trust, low risk culture

Avoid serious compliance failure consequences by registering for this important event today.

Keynote Speakers

Brad Fugitt is a Board Advisor for RemotelyMe, the leader in assessments, learning, and development for team compliance, collaboration, and trust. Brad has an extensive background in information technology and cybersecurity, most recently as the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) for Pax8, the leading cloud marketplace for Managed Service/Security Providers (MSP/MSSP). Brad is an expert on security and compliance requirements for NIST and CIS frameworks, as well as PCI DSS 4.0 and other compliance mandates. As an executive leader, he frequently worked with HR executives related to team recruiting, training, and development. Brad also served for 15 years with the White House Communications Agency and has a Top-Secret security clearance.

Matt Lee is the Sr. Director of Security and Compliance at Pax8. He has dedicated the last decade to raising security awareness and postures for small to medium businesses (SMBs). His has served in almost every capacity with a successful Managed Service Provider (MSP) that expanded to support 20,000 endpoints. His leadership and technology direction for security and compliance helped protect and elevate over 17,000 people in SMBs across five U.S. States. He previously served as a force multiplier under Brad Fugitt at Pax8, and is now driving external thought leadership to empower MSPs and MSSPs to continue expanding their security knowledge and capabilities.

W. Craig Reed is the New York Times bestselling author of several business books including Gold Medal winner Start With Who that Ken Blanchard (One Minute Manager) says is “thought-provoking” and a Workday VP says is “the next gen beyond Start With Why.” Reed is also a former Navy Diver with a neuroscience certification from Harvard University. Reed is an HR and compliance expert, a co-founder of RemotelyMe, and was a co-founder of an Inc. 5000 consulting and recruiting firm with IT and security clients including Avnet, Cisco, Cylance, Fortinet, Logicalis, Malwarebytes, Okta, Proficio, Qualys, Symantec, SAP, and Visa. Reed will serve as the Moderator for this event.

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