Evelyn de Souza is a results-driven security and privacy leader; skilled at driving transformative efforts that provide customers best-in-class protection.
Evelyn’s expertise spans technologies such as blockchain, big data, threat analytics, endpoint protection to IT security control design and implementation – GDPR, ISO 27001, HIPAA, GLBA, FedRAMP, PCI DSS, and SSAE 16 (SOC II). She was named to CloudNOW’s Top 10 Women in Cloud Computing for 2014 and SVBJ’s Woman of Influence for 2015, and is a key thought influencer on data safety, and cloud compliance.
Evelyn currently serves as a Security Strategy Leader / Board Advisor to Universal Patient Key, where she designs security, compliance and privacy controls to accelerate customer digital journeys, reducing audit overlap by 40% and providing ongoing assurances to key stakeholders and executives.
She is also an Advisory Board Member for Universal Patient Key, providing strategic guidance to differentiate startups across emerging areas of healthcare, privacy and compliance and for Social SafeGuard – Social Media Compliance & Security and 360ofme. Evelyn previously served as Cloud Security and Data Privacy Leader / Strategy Advisor to Cloud Security Alliance.
Keeping Up with the Bad Guys
The importance of Cybersecurity becomes ever more prominent as more dollars and resources are at stake, as more people are impacted with each breach. It will take a collaboration of 'Good Guys' to keep one step ahead of the 'Bad Guys'. Our panel will represent the 'Good Guys' - representatives from technology, business, policy, and government - leading the cybersecurity charters for their organizations, and also on behalf of us all. Facilitator Linda Holroyd, Founder and CEO, FountainBlue Panelist Carmen Bravo, Sr. Manager, Cybersecurity Risk & Strategy, Pacific Gas & Electric Company Panelist Evelyn de Souza, Cloud Security and Privacy Leader, McAfee, Ixia, RADIUS and Jabil, Ernst and Young Panelist Sujata Ramamoorth, CSO, Cloud Platform and Services, Cisco, to be confirmed Panelist Rinki Sethi, Senior Director, Information Security, Palo Alto Networks