Nataliya Stanetsky

L'Oreal

Nataliya Stanetsky - Manager, IT Application Security at L’Oréal, and Co-Organizer of Women in Blockchain. Nataliya is passionate about Blockchain technologies in various applications including supply chain management, identity management, and financial services. As co-organizer of Women in Blockchain, she connects technologists and other professionals to share knowledge and experience about Blockchain technology and its applications. In her role at L’Oréal, Nataliya is responsible for developing application security and risk management frameworks and tools, conducting focused risks assessments of existing and new applications to ensure protection and security of the organization’s information assets and data. She works closely with application development teams of new and existing technologies, such as mobile and web applications, PWAs, IOT, Blockchain to provide guidance and security expertise on defining and implementing system controls such as encryption, authentication, security-specific code, and governance.

Prior to joining L’Oréal, Nataliya spent some time in the Risk Assurance practice of PwC, in the New York Metro area, where she managed IT risk assurance and risk assessment engagements for a variety of Fortune 500 and mid-size corporations in the financial services industry. Prior to working at PwC, Nataliya worked at Deloitte in the Advisory practice providing Internal Audit services, where she was responsible for executing and implementing audit and risk assessment programs. She has experience in various fields such as IT risk management, project management, risk assessment, audit, compliance, and security.

Nataliya holds MS and BBA degrees in Accountancy from Baruch College, City University of New York. She is a Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) and holds a Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt.

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