Axon Global Presents Executive Insights on Cyber Enterprise Risk Management to DHS CISCP

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DHS CISCP is the Department of Homeland Security Cyber Information Sharing and Collaboration Program

Israel Martinez, Axon Global CEO

Israel Martinez, Axon Global CEO and Forbes Technology Council member.

DHS CISA has been a powerful force positively impacting cybersecurity in the private sector

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Axon Global Services (Axon), at the request of the Department of Homeland Security Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Agency CISCP, presented its experience on the topic, “How executive leadership teams view cyber security; risk; and how they make decisions regarding people, process, and funding.” Presenting as subject matter experts were Israel Martinez, President & CEO of Axon, and Stuart Tryon Senior Vice President of Axon and formerly the Deputy Assistant Director of the U.S. Secret Service.

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Cyber Information Sharing and Collaboration Program (CISCP), who hosted the session, enables actionable, relevant, and timely information exchange through trusted public-private partnerships across all critical infrastructure (CI) sectors. CISCP fosters this collaboration by leveraging the depth and breadth of DHS cybersecurity capabilities within a focused operational context.

Israel Martinez, Axon’s CEO stated, “DHS CISA has been a powerful force in raising the cybersecurity disposition of our country. We’re glad to be a part of giving back. All of the work we’ve done for government in the past 10 years has been pro-bono, in the interest of improving the cybersecurity posture of our country and we’re blessed to be able to so.”

Stuart Tryon, SVP of Axon; formerly Head of Security Operations at Uber; and former Deputy Assistant Director for the U.S. Secret Service, Office of Special Intelligence, stated, “It was a pleasure contributing to today’s program. I look forward to future engagements with DHS CISA and assisting their corporate partners.”

The session focused on closing the gap in communication between the technologists and the executive team and the role cyber counterintelligence is now playing in the boardroom.

About Israel Martinez
Israel Martinez, as CEO of Axon Global has been recognized by NACD© for “Exemplary Board Service”; nominated as a Top 100 Director in the world, is a contributing editor at Forbes as part of the Forbes Technology Council; and is recognized as a leader in his field by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). He’s also certified by DHS in cyber counterterrorism & defense; an advisory board member at HMG strategy, and often chairs the HMG Strategy CISO Conferences. Other of his discourses include, Fortune 500; Infoworld; CSO magazine; WSJ MarketWatch; the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games; the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) TAP; the White House OSTP; the Department of Commerce; CIO Magazine; and the American Bar Association. He's been a bipartisan, bicameral cybersecurity and strategy advisor on Capital Hill and to multiple administrations for over 20 years. see https://axoncyber.com/israel-info/ for public references and supporting documentation.

About Stuart Tryon
Stuart Tryon as SVP of Axon Global, has previously held Global 1000 executive leadership positions in security risk management at Uber, Crane Currency and the U.S. Secret Service where he served as the Deputy Assistant Director for Special Intelligence and Investigations; a Senior Executive Service position that synthesized information and intelligence for use in the protective mission of the agency. In addition, he held leadership roles in the Presidential Protective Division, served as the Agent in Charge of the Office of Professional Responsibility (Internal Affairs), and in The Criminal Investigations Division (CID). For nearly a decade, he directed global investigations for the agency in fraud and cyber network intrusions.

Mr. Tryon is a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), holds a bachelor’s degree in Marketing, and a master’s degree in Management from The Johns Hopkins University.

About Axon
Axon is a Cyber Risk, Strategy and Innovation company; a DHS Cyber Information Sharing and Collaboration Program member; a National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD®) Full Board member; and is “recognized as a leader [in its field]’ as stated by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS). Axon has conducted Cyber Enterprise Risk Management training to over 200 of F500 boardroom Directors, Officers, generals counsel and executive leadership team members including at Google; GM, 7-Eleven; Capital One; Comcast; Dell; Delta Airlines; Discovery Channel; Ford; GM; GE; Humana; Intel; the American Bar Association; Mass Mutual; Microsoft; Prudential; Coca Cola; The Home Depot; Walt Disney; Walmart; DOJ; FTC and DHS.

Axon also has an international team supporting cyber governance strategy across industries and government in Japan, as they prepare for the temporarily postponed Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.

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