Why do tales of the Spartans inspire such fascination? A legend of 300 against 28k troops invading. Sounds a lot like modern cyber warfare. We have been taught that humans are our greatest weakness in this modern war, but what if they became out greatest asset? How do you formulate a security awareness program that protects not just one endpoint, but an entire global company? Join us in linking each part of a strong SA program to the training of a legendary warrior and “Prepare for Glory!”
Amanda Fennell joined the Relativity team in 2018 as a chief security officer. In her role, Amanda is responsible for championing and directing security strategy. The two years she built the Calder 7 team, where cybersecurity, product security, and compliance specialists converge to deliver Relativity’s fully integrated security program.
Before joining Relativity, Amanda served as the global head of cyber response and digital forensics at Zurich Insurance Company. She also held several management and consulting positions at Symantec, Dell SecureWorks, Booz Allen Hamilton, and Guidance Software where she garnered a wealth of knowledge from Fortune 500 companies and government agencies on how to build and scale intelligence-driven security programs.
As an advocate for pro-active career management and advancement, Amanda served on the advisory board of Rutgers University – Rutgers Cyber Academy, an educational institution committed to creating the next generation of cybersecurity professionals. Amanda is an active supporter of closing the opportunity divide with Year Up. She also serves as a mentor in the Plato program to guide others on building a sustainable engineering focused team.