Building Robust Information Security Governance to Support the Business.


Federico Iaschi, Senior Manager Information Security, Seqirus


18:15 - Please join the webinar with the details sent to you
18:30 - Webinar starts, followed by questions and answers.


At the event, Federico will use a practical case study and attendees will be able to learn about the following areas:

- How do you prioritise information security resources and budget
- The particular risks and consequences of the biopharma industry
- Supply chain risk, and the physical, ‘real world’ consequences of a breach

Training and awareness methods will be discussed as well, especially around how do you prove ROI, budget, and metrics for a cyber-secure culture and what are the key “action item” breakouts to help an information security awareness programme mature and thrive.



Federico is an information security and compliance practitioner with a combination of business, technical and managerial experience developed over 20 years within private and public sector enterprises, with both global and local companies.

Federico leads the Information Security team for Seqirus. He is responsible for planning and executing the Information Security Strategy, aiming at assuring Information Security integrity across all disciplines. In his current position, he considerably promoted a security learning culture creating the first company-wide Information security awareness campaign with outstanding results.


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BCS Information Risk Management (IRMA) SG

Case Study: Information Security Strategy and People Awareness - Webinar - IRMA SG
Date and time
1 April, 6:30pm - 7:30pm

This event is sold out