Adam Shnider

Adam Shnider is the Executive Vice President of the Commercial Services at Coalfire. He has extensive experience in information security leadership, audit and assessment planning, enterprise risk management and helping clients meet compliance readiness requirements. He holds numerous industry certifications, including Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) and Certified Information Security Manager (CISM).

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Companies that have begun a digital transformation from point-in-time compliance assessments to real-time management are already realizing benefits. Coalfire’s Adam Shnider discusses the need to transition from old approaches to new ones. The growing burden of compliance costs is becoming unsustainable, and it will create even more problems if we don’t abandon old traditions and replace them with modern approaches. In partnership...

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New privacy laws are popping up state by state, regulation around data privacy continues to expand in the EU and attention on cybercrime is at an all-time high. Coalfire’s Adam Shnider explores what the coming decade may bring. The trend toward elevating cybersecurity and compliance to the board level has become cliché, but such initiatives were barely on corporate radars 10 years...

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Organizations should look beyond traditional approaches and aspire to create a well-oiled security and compliance engine that runs efficiently and economically. Coalfire’s Adam Shnider discusses a better path forward. When an automotive company like Tesla works to design the ideal automobile – one that will disrupt a 120-year-old industry – they begin with a vision. Then, they work to make that vision...

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2018 demonstrated that cyber threats are far from being tackled. Coalfire’s Adam Shnider discusses how in 2019, we can expect compliance and governmental bodies to set the bar even higher to protect data. While it may appear that enterprise security teams and compliance frameworks have stepped up their game to address cybersecurity risk, this past year evidenced the fact that cyber threats...

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