OpenWork: Talking All Things Cybersecurity with Christine Vanderpool

by Guerrero

In this episode of OpenWork, we speak with Florida Crystals’ Christine Vanderpool about leading a cybersecurity in a remote world, mentoring the next generation of IT professionals, and the future of cybersecurity.

Watch this exclusive interview between Hannah Tanchon Content and Advertising Manager at Guerrero Media and Christine Vanderpool VP of IT Strategy, Architecture & Security, Florida Crystals.

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About Christine Vanderpool

Christine Vanderpool, VP of IT Strategy, Architecture & Security has been at FCC for 3 years. For the past 3 years, she has worked on building out the Cyber Security Program based on the NIST Framework focusing on implementing capabilities that help FCC/ASR identify threats, protect against attacks, detect when things do happen, respond to them quickly and appropriately and recover from any incidents by taking the lessons learned and making improvements. Christine is now focusing on how to build out our next 3 year and beyond IT strategy including things like strong vendor relationships, alignment with architecture principles and engaging communications. Christine brings experience in building such strategies from her prior roles with Molson Coors Brewing Company and Kaiser Permanente.

Christine has received many awards in her career including the 2019 Cyber Security Woman Leader of the Year award and the 2020 Executives Who Matter award. She has also been featured in several industry magazines including Sync Magazine and a feature in 2020 Profile Magazine Executive Feature edition. She is also a published author of many articles and a chapter in the Complete Compliance and Ethics Manual used across many college campuses in the audit curriculum.

Read more with Christine Vanderpool in Profile.