Cybersecurity is Only Partly Cloudy

On Monday, Sept. 27, the Strauss Center is pleased to welcome, as part of its cybersecurity series "Tales From the Cybersecurity Front," Christina Morillo for a virtual talk on "Cybersecurity is Only Partly Cloudy." With most organizations still using a hybrid approach to cloud, it leaves plenty of gaps in cybersecurity for them to navigate. In this interactive session, cloud security assessment lead and author Morillo will get real about what we think is secure and what really isn't, and what enterprises, vendors and policymakers should be working on together to fix it. This talk will be moderated by Wendy Nather, Strauss Center Senior Cybersecurity Fellow and lead of the Advisory CISO team at Cisco.


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Christina Morillo is an information security/cybersecurity and technology leader and author with an extensive background in enterprise security deployments and migrations to the cloud. In her current role at Trimarc Security, she leads the cloud security assessment service for Microsoft Cloud Services, including Azure Active Directory and Microsoft 365. As a strategic thinker who thrives on solving complex problems, her experience has taken her to companies such as Microsoft, Morgan Stanley, and Fitch Ratings. She has also worked on partnerships with organizations such as IBM (Think 2021).

In 2020 Christina signed on to work on an Information Security book with O'Reilly Media. The book, 97 Things Every Information Security Professional Should Know, is out this fall (Fall 2021). By demystifying security and technology, she hopes to make security accessible, approachable and digestible, with the overarching goal of keeping people and organizations safe and secure. Learn more about her and her work at


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