Think your college degree taught you everything you need to know? Think again! When it comes to an evolving retail and cyber security environment, a focus on continuous learning is imperative for a successful career. In this talk, we will explore how the right mindset, an openness to being vulnerable, and the ability to collaborate and connect with others can help set you up for a successful long-term career, whatever industry you choose.
About Amanda Colin
Amanda Colin joined Target in 2017 and is currently a Lead Information Security Analyst on the Vendor Security team. Vendor Security is responsible for assessing the information security posture of Target’s vendors to enable the business and security leadership to make informed decisions to protect guest, brand, and team member information. She has expertise in information technology, security, and risk and compliance. Amanda is also Co-Lead on the Twin Cities Third Party Risk Management Benchmarking forum which contains members from 14+ locally based companies.
Previously, Amanda worked at Ernst & Young (E&Y) for 4 years, where she held a consulting role in providing information technology and security risk advisory services to its clients. Amanda earned a duel bachelor’s degree in Management Information Systems and Accounting with a Finance minor from Quinnipiac University.