Webinar – May 18, 2020

May 18, 2020

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Decades of digital transformation and supply chain innovation have led to massive improvements in efficiency and performance, but disruptions can challenge a company’s digital supply chain resilience even in good times. So, what happens when we face a global crisis such as a pandemic? From hardware to software development to processors, how do we achieve resilience for our digital supply chains? And whose job is it, anyway?

On this webinar, our distinguished panelists will define the digital supply chain resilience problem, describe how companies must structure their governance to deal with this problem, and outline best practices that you can apply not only during this global crisis but also for future crises.


Edna Conway is the Vice President & General Manager of Global Security, Risk & Compliance, Azure at Microsoft where she creates clear strategies for secure digital platform operations. She drives a comprehensive architecture across Azure’s hardware and systems and is recognized domestically (US Presidential Commissions) and globally (NATO) for value chain security.

Jonathan Cox is the Vice President of IT at Manhattan Associates where he leads all IT infrastructure and operations activities. Prior to Manhattan, he was the VP & CIO of Treadmaxx Tire Distributors, formerly Kauffman Tire, where he led all IT activities for the wholesale and retail operations. He also spent some time at KPMG in its IT Strategy practice.

Ray Rothrock is Chairman and CEO of RedSeal, an enterprise cybersecurity company based in San Jose, California. Ray transitioned in 2013 to Partner Emeritus of Venrock, an early-stage tech investment partnership originally formed by the Rockefeller family. During his 25-year career at Venrock, he invested in 53 early-stage technology companies. His market-leading cybersecurity investments included Check Point Software, Vontu, PGP, Imperva, CloudFlare, and Shape Security.

Emilian Papadopoulos, who will moderate the session, is President of Good Harbor Security Risk Management and an NTSC Advisory Council Member. Emilian is an adjunct faculty member at Georgetown University and serves on the Board of RedSeal and as an advisor to the Cyber Program of the not-for-profit Middle East Institute.

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