White Paper: How Financial Institutions Can Best Safeguard Against Cyberattacks with Cybersecurity Expert Christina Ayiotis

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NEW YORK, NY— In a new white paper, How Financial Institutions Can Best Safeguard Against Cyberattacks, we interviewed Christina Ayiotis, an internationally recognized business executive, attorney and “cyber-connector.” Ayiotis shares her insight on mass data breaches, evolving threats and nation-state actors, to name a few topics.

Among her many accomplishments, Ayiotis founded and Co-Chaired the Georgetown Cybersecurity Law Institute and served on AFCEA International’s Cyber Committee, as well as The Cybersecurity Canon Committee.

In March, she was recognized as one of The Top 15 Women in Cybersecurity and InfoSec Today; and in May, she spoke at a Thomson Reuters-sponsored conference in New York City, Regulation of Financial Services. She was also named one of the top 50 U.S. social influencers in risk, compliance and RegTech by Thomson Reuters.


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White Paper: How Financial Institutions Can Best Safeguard Against Cyberattacks

In a new white paper, we interviewed Christina Ayiotis, an internationally recognized business executive, attorney and “cyber-connector.” Ayiotis shares her insight on mass data breaches, evolving threats and nation-state actors, to name a few topics.
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