Spinning Plates: A Day in the Life of the
California State University (CSU) CISO
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Is there a typical day in the life of a higher education CISO? Being a CISO means a constant state of readiness to respond to the unexpected while balancing the known and planned for. Ed Hudson, Systemwide CISO for the California State University will discuss what gets him up in the morning, keeps him going during the day and how he manages to put his head down in the evening.
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About Our Speaker
Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), California State University (CSU)
Ed Hudson is the Chief Information Security Officer for the California State University system. He has been with the CSU since 2009 holding roles both on campus and at the Chancellors Office in leading efforts to define and implement system wide information security strategy, change management efforts and leading information security investigations and response across the CSU.
Before joining the CSU, Ed held various senior leadership roles in data encryption, web application security and network security organizations. In these positions, he was responsible for overseeing professional services, strategy and responding to and leading complex investigations regarding external and internal computer security incidents with Fortune 500 companies. Ed served clients in a variety of industries, including information technology, healthcare, higher education, financial services, retail, finance, manufacturing and the food industry. Ed has extensive experience speaking and presenting to various educational, governmental, civic and industry groups on the topics of Computer Security, Privacy, Incident Response, Security Policy and related Regulatory Compliance.
Prior to entering private industry Ed spent 15 years as a police officer, detective and investigations supervisor with agencies on both the East and West Coasts. Ed has held advanced certifications in computer and network forensics, computer crime investigations and has testified as an expert regarding computer crime and electronic evidence in California Superior Courts. Ed was a founding member of the Northern California High Tech Crimes Task Force. He is holds a Bachelor’s degree in Information Technology and a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from CSU San Bernardino. Ed is a Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) and a current member of the Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA). Ed is a EDUCAUSE Leading Change Institute Fellow (2016) and the current faculty director for the EDUCAUSE Management Institute.
5:00 PM – 6:15 PM: Webinar Session
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