Below is a list of this author’s published Progressology articles:
- Flexibility Ain’t Easy
- Passive Aggression: Ebola of the Workplace
- The War on “Busy”-ness
- Ace of Case: How to Conquer Your Case Interview
- The Twelve Principles of Cybersecurity Warfare
- The Wonderful World of CES
- Five Universal Truths of Quality
- Five Easy New Year’s Resolutions Actually Worth Keeping
- Sexy Versus Secure
- Introducing: #ForkTrick
- Email Acknowledgment: 10-4 Good Buddy!
- Ten Tips for Success with Microsoft SharePoint Online
- Baking Thanks into Thanksgiving
- The CIO and the T-Rex: Adapt or Die
- Resume Optics
- Audience Advocates: Let Them Eat Apple Pie!
- Four Things I Learned From My Friend, Brian Kelly
- Road Warriors: Don’t be “That Guy”
- Intern Advice: Gloria Chan
- The Myth of Work-Life Separation
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Justin Greis is a Partner at McKinsey & Company based in Chicago. He is a leader in McKinsey’s Digital & Analytics and Risk & Resilience practices with a focus on cybersecurity, cloud, technology strategy, and digital transformation. Justin designs, builds, and activates secure and trusted digital transformations to help organizations accelerate their mission and protect their purpose.
Justin brings a wealth of experience across a wide variety of industries and, most recently, served as EY’s (Ernst & Young) Global and Americas Cybersecurity Transformation leader where he led the firm’s global practice and helped his clients assess, improve, and operate world-class cybersecurity programs. Prior to this role, Justin was a founding Partner in EY’s Digital practice where he focused on cloud-enabled digital transformations, scaling the group to become a recognized global leader. Justin was also a founding member of the Technology Transformation practice where he led a variety of client programs on technology strategy, data and analytics, enterprise architecture, cost optimization, regulatory compliance, and agile systems implementations.
Prior to EY, Justin was a Consultant for Protiviti in Paris, France and, before that, led the technology organization of the Eppley Institute for Parks and Public Lands, a non-profit consulting group. Justin began his career as an entrepreneur, founding BrainOrbit, a digital consulting company that designed, built, and implemented dynamic websites, collaboration portals, and interactive digital solutions.
Justin serves as Professor of Information Systems at Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business, where he teaches IT Governance, Risk and Controls in the MSIS and MBA Programs. He has won numerous teaching awards for his real-world curriculum and innovative teaching methods. Strong believers in the power of education, Justin and his wife, Katharine, created a scholarship focused on providing higher education opportunities to students within the program in which Justin teaches. Justin is a frequent speaker at industry forums such as ISACA, Information Security Forum (ISF), Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS), and various executive and board councils, and is a published thought leader on the topics of technology strategy, cybersecurity, IT risk management, and digital transformation.
Justin holds a Bachelor of Science (BS) and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Accounting and Information Systems from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University, Bloomington and holds the following professional certifications: CISSP, CISA, CISM, CGEIT, CRISC, CDPSE, GIAC/GSEC, PMP, CIPP/US, ITIL, and TOGAF.
Justin enjoys playing drums, harmonica, ukulele, photography, snorkeling, fishing, geology, and rock collecting. An avid learner, Justin frequently writes on his blog, Progressology, where he explores a variety of topics focused on the central theme of “progress.” Justin lives in the Chicago suburbs with his wife Katharine, daughter Maizey, and son Miles.
Below is a listing of publications, whitepapers, and articles to which I have contributed to or written. I am always happy to contribute to or collaborate on industry publications or thought leadership. Simply contact me and I will be in touch shortly. I look forward to hearing from you.
- McKinsey & Company and The Kelley School of Business – The Institute for Corporate Governance, “The Future of Cybersecurity” (May 5, 2022) (Link | Video | Presentation)
- EY, “Global Information Security Survey 2021 – Cybersecurity: How do you rise above the waves of a perfect storm?” (Download | Link)
- Global CFO Council, “Cybersecurity briefing: cybersecurity trends and CMMC update” (Video Recording)
- Information Security Forum (ISF) North America Conference 2021, “Investing in cybersecurity: building resilient cybersecurity programs and portfolios”
- EY, “Cyber Resilience: Protecting Companies from Cyber-Triggered Business Disasters”
- EY, “Opportunities to Protect the Enterprise Leveraging NIST 800-53 Revision 5”
- EY, “Pandemic Planning: Surviving Though Business Unusual”
- EY, “Global Information Security Survey 2020”
- Rackspace Solve, San Francisco 2016: “Protecting the Promise of a Better Tomorrow”
- EY, “Digital Technologies: Can We Trust Them?”
- EY, “Building Trust in the Cloud”
- EY, “Bring Your Own Device (BYOD): Security and Risk in Mobile Device Programs”
- Time Magazine, “Colleges of the Year: Research University – Indiana University”
- EY, “Are You Ready for a HIPAA Audit: Avoid Getting the Next Million-Dollar Penalty”
- EY, “Ready for Takeoff: Preparing for Your Journey into the Cloud”
- EY, “Cloud Computing: Issues and Impacts”
- ISACA, “GRC Conference 2011: Information Security Governance Models”
- ISACA, “Charlotte Chapter Segregation of Duties Presentation”
- ISACA, “NACACS Conference 2010: A Risk-Based Approach to Segregation of Duties”
- EY, “A Risk-Based Approach to Segregation of Duties”
- EY, “A Risk-Based Approach to Segregation of Duties” (An Executive Primer)
- EY, “Segregation of Duties: An Executive Summary”
- ISACA, “5 Questions with Justin Greis”
- ISACA Journal, “A Risk-Based Approach to Segregation of Duties: Partnering IT and the Business to Meet the Challenges of Global Regulatory Compliance”
- Indiana University, Kelley School of Business, “An Innovative Approach to Teaching IT Governance, Risk and Controls”
- IT Business Edge, “Executive Insights for Building Trust in the Cloud”
- Baseline Magazine, “How to Deploy Safe, Effective Clouds”
- IT Business Edge, “Move from ‘The Cloud’ to ‘The Optimal Cloud'”
- Cloud Hosting, “Building Trust in the Cloud”
- EY, “Governing the Cloud: Drive Innovation and Empower Your Workforce Through Responsible Adoption of the Cloud”
- Board Matters Quarterly (EY), “Putting Your Trust in the Cloud: Building a Secure Environment”
- Board Matters Quarterly (EY), “Computing Beyond the Borders of Your Business: Using Mobile Technology for Work”
- Board Matters Quarterly (EY), “The Business of Social Media: Strengthening and Protecting Your Brand”
- eSecurity Planet, “BYOD Should Begin with Business Case”
- EY, “Building Trust in the Cloud: Creating Confidence in Your Cloud Ecosystem”
- Blues in Britain, Issue 164, August 2015. “The Instrument: Dannecker Harmonicas”
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