Profile of Deena CoffmanCEO, IDT911 Consulting
Blog Posts: 5
Deena Coffman is chief executive officer of IDT911 Consulting and has broad experience providing guidance to clients adopting technology or building programs relating to data privacy, data security, and electronic discovery. Prior to joining IDT, she was the chief operating officer for the cybersecurity and information assurance practice at Johnson & Johnson. She also held the position of discovery director, responsible for the secure management of evidence and compliance with global data privacy directives. She earned an MBA from Cornell University's S.C. Johnson Graduate School of Management, an MBA from Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario, and a BA in management from the University of Illinois.
Articles by Deena Coffman
The case for taking the information security function out from underneath the IT umbrella.
It's important for banks to know how to evaluate and mitigate external partners’ risk points.
Though customer relations are often built around face-to-face interactions and in-branch service, much of the activity in today’s financial institutions involves employees who are moving between different office locations, meeting customers offsite, and traveling to business functions
Financial institutions collect tremendous amounts of customer information, some of it publicly available but much of it highly personal.
Verizon says 75% of financial sector breaches in the past decade involved web application attacks, DDoS, and card skimming.