The State of Minnesota is completely rethinking the way that it delivers information security services. In this session you will learn about the effort that is now underway to critically examine and challenge the status quo service delivery model, which evolved over time in a multitude of state agency silos. In its place will be a radically new model, promising to yield better and more cost effective security services for the State of Minnesota and its citizens. Attendees will get a firsthand look at the new service delivery model as well as the groundbreaking efforts being put in place to transition and realign people, processes, and tools.
About Christopher Buse
Christopher Buse serves as Assistant Commissioner and Chief Information Security Officer for the State of Minnesota’s central technology agency, known as MN.IT Services. Christopher is responsible for designing and implementing the enterprise security architecture for state government. He also oversees other technology leadership services, including enterprise architecture, geospatial information systems, product and procurement standards, and project and portfolio management oversight. Christopher is a Certified Information Systems Auditor and a Certified Information Systems Security Professional. Christopher is active in many professional organizations and has held numerous Board of Director positions in the Minnesota Chapter.
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