Welcome to the DRM Institute

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As organizations increasingly rely on digital processes to run their business, business executives, risk officers and CISOs have been looking for ways to improve their knowledge, their decision-making and their reporting practices related to digital risk.

We have created the DRM Institute to provide a forum where you can meet with peers of leading organizations to learn about digital risk scenarios affecting your industry, collect and create standard digital risk management knowledge and best practices, and learn how to better communicate with the board and the auditors about digital risk.

Consider joining the Institute and let us know what aspects of digital risk management you would like to see addressed by sending us a message via the Contact page.

Juanita Koilpillai
President of the DRM Institute

 

About Juanita

 

Juanita Koilpillai is the President of the DRM Institute. Juanita has more than 25 years experience in information security and resilient software development. She amassed deep cyber security knowledge to help organizations improve the security of their operations with the appropriate processes and technologies.

Juanita is the founder and CEO of Waverley Labs, a leading independent digital risk management company. She was also the founder and CEO of Mountain Wave, a disruptive security event and information management company that was acquired by Symantec. She served in a series of senior roles for Symantec and Electrosoft Services and provided advanced security services for several organizations within the US Department of Defense and FEMA.

Juanita is an active contributor to cyber security and risk management working groups from government and academic institutions such as NIST, DHS and UNC. She earned dual masters degrees in Mathematics and Computer Science, a bachelor’s in Mathematics, and published numerous thought leadership articles and presentations on subjects covering cybersecurity, incident management and advanced monitoring.