Learning to Be Cyber Vigilant


In today’s IT climate, cyberattacks aren’t just common – they’re inevitable. Every organization is vulnerable to attack at all times. To survive in 2022 and beyond, your business needs to have clear visibility into every possible threat, as well as an action plan to deal with attacks if and when they happen. Thankfully, that’s exactly the idea behind Cyber Vigilant services from Zones. Join Tanuj Garg, Global Solution Architect, and Andrew Reese, Head of Zones’ Cybersecurity Practice, as they discuss what it takes to be Cyber Vigilant today.


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Speaker: Tanuj Garg

Position: Cybersecurity Global Solution Architect, Zones

Background: Tanuj Garg is a Global Solution Architect at Zones, based out of Noida, India. He brings nearly two decades of experience in IT and cybersecurity roles across large enterprises such as Saffron, HyerQuality, Religare Technologies, HCL, NIIT, & Birlasoft. Tanuj holds certifications as a CISM, CCISO, and Certified Ethical Hacker, as well as certifications for AWS, Checkpoint, Symantec, Microsoft, and more.

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Speaker: Andrew Reese

Position: Practice Head – Cybersecurity, Zones

Background: Andrew is a security and compliance subject matter expert with extensive hands-on experience measuring, assessing, designing, implementing, improving, and managing information security management systems (ISMS) as well as cybersecurity programs. He is well versed in aligning organizational controls with legal, regulatory, and contractual requirements as well as business goals and objectives. Andrew also has consulting experience working with hundreds of organizations of all sizes and verticals, using industry best practices.