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Episode 20: Mark Lobel On The Lobel’s USDA Prime Steak Sandwich

Pinstripe Lanes Podcast - New York Yankees (Unofficial)

Can you believe New Yankee Stadium opened 10 years ago? We’ll be looking back on the new Stadium throughout the course of this season. For starters, the ballpark ushered in a new era of Stadium food (#YankeeStadiYUM). And when you talk about the food offerings in the venue, you simply have to begin and end with the iconic Lobel’s USDA Prime Steak Sandwich.In this episode, we speak with Mark Lobel, co-owner of Lobel’s, about the family business, the partnership with both the Yankees and Legends Hospitality, future menu offerings and much, much more.As always, thank you for rating/reviewing/subscribing wherever you get this podcast! The post Episode 20: Mark Lobel On The Lobel’s USDA Prime Steak Sandwich appeared first on Pinstripe Lanes Podcast.

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17 Apr 2019

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The Well-Rounded Security Pro: Insights from Mark Lobel, ISACA

Careers Information Security Podcast

No question, the information security professional's role has evolved in recent years. How, then, has the need for ongoing professional education also changed? And what role must risk management play in today's security organization? In an exclusive interview, Mark Lobel of PricewaterhouseCoopers and ISACA, discusses: The role of professional education in information security;The evolution of risk management;How organizations and professionals must respond to the challenges of 2010. Lobel, CISA, CISM, CISSP, is a member of ISACA's Security Management Committee. Hehas over 25 years business experience, with the first eight in the Entertainment and Media industry and then, after his MBA, with PricewaterhouseCoopers. He is an internationally recognized security and controls professional with experience designing, benchmarking and assessing organizational security strategies and technologies. He is experienced at designing, assessing, implementing and penetration testing enterprise security. Lobel's work has primarily focused on the information communications, entertainment and media and financial services industries. He is the global PricewaterhouseCoopers subject matter expert on security benchmarking and the PwC leader for PCI services in the USA.

27 Nov 2009

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The Well-Rounded Security Pro: Insights from Mark Lobel, ISACA

Healthcare Information Security Podcast

No question, the information security professional's role has evolved in recent years. How, then, has the need for ongoing professional education also changed? And what role must risk management play in today's security organization? In an exclusive interview, Mark Lobel of PricewaterhouseCoopers and ISACA, discusses: The role of professional education in information security; The evolution of risk management; How organizations and professionals must respond to the challenges of 2010. Lobel, CISA, CISM, CISSP, is a member of ISACA's Security Management Committee. He has over 25 years business experience, with the first eight in the Entertainment and Media industry and then, after his MBA, with PricewaterhouseCoopers. He is an internationally recognized security and controls professional with experience designing, benchmarking and assessing organizational security strategies and technologies. He is experienced at designing, assessing, implementing and penetration testing enterprise security. Lobel's work has primarily focused on the information communications, entertainment and media and financial services industries. He is the global PricewaterhouseCoopers subject matter expert on security benchmarking and the PwC leader for PCI services in the USA.

27 Nov 2009

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The Well-Rounded Security Pro: Insights from Mark Lobel, ISACA

Government Information Security Podcast

No question, the information security professional's role has evolved in recent years. How, then, has the need for ongoing professional education also changed? And what role must risk management play in today's security organization? In an exclusive interview, Mark Lobel of PricewaterhouseCoopers and ISACA, discusses: The role of professional education in information security;The evolution of risk management;How organizations and professionals must respond to the challenges of 2010. Lobel, CISA, CISM, CISSP, is a member of ISACA's Security Management Committee. Hehas over 25 years business experience, with the first eight in the Entertainment and Media industry and then, after his MBA, with PricewaterhouseCoopers. He is an internationally recognized security and controls professional with experience designing, benchmarking and assessing organizational security strategies and technologies. He is experienced at designing, assessing, implementing and penetration testing enterprise security. Lobel's work has primarily focused on the information communications, entertainment and media and financial services industries. He is the global PricewaterhouseCoopers subject matter expert on security benchmarking and the PwC leader for PCI services in the USA.

27 Nov 2009

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Mark Lobel of Price Waterhouse Coopers: Update on Recent Information Security Trends

Careers Information Security Podcast

In this Information Security Media Group podcast Mark Lobel of PriceWaterhouseCoopers speaks to our audience and updates on recent trends in info security and the importance of effective benchmarking.Mark Lobel is a nationally known expert in information security who leads the PriceWaterhouseCoopers annual survey of Information Security trends. This podcast summarizes his latest findings regarding changing threats, convergence of security functions, and why despite a decrease in certain attacks many organizations are unable to know what is happening on their networks. He also discusses the importance of benchmarking and the components of effective metrics and benchmarking programs. The importance of actionable information and use of Security Information Management systems Changes in information security convergence and its return to an IT focus What factors predict fewer breaches and lower downtime Why many firms admit they really don't know what is occurring on their networks

11 Sep 2007

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Mark Lobel of Price Waterhouse Coopers: Update on Recent Information Security Trends

Info Risk Today Podcast

In this Information Security Media Group podcast Mark Lobel of PriceWaterhouseCoopers speaks to our audience and updates on recent trends in info security and the importance of effective benchmarking.Mark Lobel is a nationally known expert in information security who leads the PriceWaterhouseCoopers annual survey of Information Security trends. This podcast summarizes his latest findings regarding changing threats, convergence of security functions, and why despite a decrease in certain attacks many organizations are unable to know what is happening on their networks. He also discusses the importance of benchmarking and the components of effective metrics and benchmarking programs. The importance of actionable information and use of Security Information Management systems Changes in information security convergence and its return to an IT focus What factors predict fewer breaches and lower downtime Why many firms admit they really don't know what is occurring on their networks

11 Sep 2007

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Mark Lobel of Price Waterhouse Coopers: Update on Recent Information Security Trends

Banking Information Security Podcast

In this Information Security Media Group podcast Mark Lobel of PriceWaterhouseCoopers speaks to our audience and updates on recent trends in info security and the importance of effective benchmarking.Mark Lobel is a nationally known expert in information security who leads the PriceWaterhouseCoopers annual survey of Information Security trends. This podcast summarizes his latest findings regarding changing threats, convergence of security functions, and why despite a decrease in certain attacks many organizations are unable to know what is happening on their networks. He also discusses the importance of benchmarking and the components of effective metrics and benchmarking programs. The importance of actionable information and use of Security Information Management systems Changes in information security convergence and its return to an IT focus What factors predict fewer breaches and lower downtime Why many firms admit they really don't know what is occurring on their networks

11 Sep 2007