3 Key Takeaways from Managing Cyber Incidents: A CISO’s Perspective & Lessons Learned

Live webinar with the CISO of South Texas College

Join this webinar and gain a fresh perspective with real-life examples from Luis Gonzalez, Chief Information Security Officer at South Texas College. Luis will share his human-centered approach and discuss lessons learned in the importance of understanding the nuances of mitigating intangible risks when managing incident response.

In this session, you'll discover:

  • Why Role-Based Access (RBAC) is not Enough for Confidentiality: Real Consequences of Disclosure
  • Where and How You Document Affects Outcomes: The importance of consistent processes and documentation
  • How He Navigates Audits and Saves Money: Benefits of a Mature Cyber Incident Response Process

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Wednesday, June 19, 11 AM ET

Comprised of over 28,000 students, over 2,200 faculty and staff, 5 campuses, a Regional Center for Public Safety Excellence, two Higher Education Centers, and a virtual campus, South Texas College has a rich history of being recognized and honored for excellence and innovation.

Cybersecurity leadership at South Texas College is passionate about educating and collaborating with staff, faculty, students, and IT to improve the college’s security posture. Most importantly, their CISO, Luis Gonzales, believes that cybersecurity success requires teamwork and mutual engagement and support between departments, IT, and the cyber team.  Luis’s unique people-centered approach has enabled him to successfully mature the college’s protections and reduce risks while growing and continuously improving his cybersecurity department.

Wednesday, June 19, 2024 
11:00 AM ET 


Luis Gonzalez currently serves as the Chief Information Security Officer for South Texas College and has 20 years of experience in various areas of the technology field specifically in higher education.

Luis has a Bachelor of Business in Business Management and a Minor in Computer Information Systems from The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley. Additionally, he has several industry certifications in cybersecurity, networking, and project management. He also serves as a member of the Research and Education Networking Information Sharing and Analysis Center (REN-ISAC), Rio Grande Valley Technology Association, and the InfraGard San Antonio Chapter.


Andy Lewis is Vice President at Yakabod, the leading provider of IR and cyber incident management software for higher education information security teams.

Andy has worked extensively with CISOs and other leaders of college and university information security and risk management programs. He holds degrees in engineering and computer science from Princeton University.


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