Cybersecurity Strategist and Leadership Consulting
District of Columbia
Recognized as one of the “The Top 15 Women in Cybersecurity and InfoSec Today,” and ranked #18 on Thomson Reuters’ List of Top 50 Influencers in Risk, Compliance and RegTech, Christina Ayiotis brings a truly unique strategic perspective, honed from years of building substantive (geopolitically contextualized) cyber expertise. She is a true “Cyber Connector” bringing together cross-functional (and international) constituencies to foster productive collaborative solutions. She combines extensive global business experience (whether as a corporate counsel or business leader) to assist entities specifically with cyber strategy, cyber risk management and preparedness, incident/breach response, information governance, data privacy, government and internal investigations, e-discovery, records and information management, ethics, and emerging technology/innovation.
Her enormous, diverse network extends to social media where she is recognized as one of the “Top #InfoSec People to Follow on Twitter.” She is a Continuous Learner that thrives at the intersection of disciplines—the place where she is convinced we will find solutions to our cyber challenges. Dedicated to her community, she has served on the Boards of Directors of the Fairfax Law Foundation, the Achievement Rewards for College Scientists Metro DC, the Hellenic American Women’s Council and the Women’s Bar Association of the District of Columbia. Her contributions to the larger Cyber and Tech Policy community include the following roles: Founder/Co-Chair, Georgetown Cybersecurity Law Institute (2012 – 2017); Member, AFCEA International Cyber Committee (2013 – 2017); Member, The Cybersecurity Canon (2015 – 2017); and Member, Education Advisory Committee, Cybersecurity, Digital Government Institute (2016 – 2017).
Keywords: cybersecurity, information governance, geopolitical context, privacy, enterprise risk, blockchain, artificial intelligence, holistic security, DevOps, DevSecops