Deloitte Global Cyber Leader
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A 20+ year cybersecurity professional, Emily Mossburg leads Deloitte’s Global Cyber strategy driving the continued evolution and expansion of the practice’s global reach, innovative cyber capabilities and team of 15,000+ cyber professionals worldwide. Deloitte was recently ranked No. 1 globally by Gartner in Security Consulting Service for the ninth year in a row.
Mossburg joined Deloitte’s cybersecurity practice in the US more than 17 years ago. In that time, she has been integral to helping some of the firm’s largest, most strategic clients to understand their cyber posture, transform their cyber program during business and marketplace shifts, and strengthen their cyber programs when faced with cyber incidents. This included implementation of new programs and solutions in areas such as data risk, incident and breach response, identity management and cyber resilience. In addition, she has served as a trusted advisor to client leadership including CIOs, CTOs and CISOs, which included a myriad of enterprise security challenges and program improvements.
For Deloitte, Mossburg has had numerous leadership roles. As the US Cyber Advise and Implement leader she was responsible for the development and delivery of Deloitte’s cyber solutions designed to better align cyber risk strategy and investments with strategic business priorities, improve threat awareness and visibility, and strengthen their ability to thrive in the face of cyber incidents. Prior to this role, she led both the Resilient and Secure Solution practices, which included strategy, incident response and recovery, data protection and privacy. She is also currently an Advisor to Deloitte’s Global Board – information oversight committee.
Emily Mossburg is a recognized leader and authority on cybersecurity and was recently named one of the “100 Fascinating Females Fighting CyberCrime” by Cybersecurity Ventures.
Mossburg’s insights have also been published in Forbes on topics such as securing a remote workforce and SC Magazine on diversity in the workplace. She has appeared in numerous news outlets including CNBC and Tech Republic on issues ranging from election security, to why companies ignore security in transformation, to the future of cybersecurity.