Amy Diestler

Associate Director of Data Security

School of Medicine and Public Health | Department of Informatics and Information Technology

Hometown: Janesville, WI

Amy Diestler serves as the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Medicine and Public Health Associate Director of Data Security. Prior to this role, she worked as an IT Governance, Risk, and Compliance Analyst and a Senior IT Auditor & Consultant. She has worked on software and cybersecurity framework implementations, IT audits and risk assessments, IT strategic planning, security incidents, and IT policies and procedures documentation. She holds a GIAC Security Leadership Certification and is a Certified Information Systems Auditor. She earned an MBA from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater and a BBA in Accounting from St. Norbert College.


Imposter Syndrome

70% – 84% of people experience Imposter Syndrome. You will discover individual and team strategies for overcoming Imposter Syndrome, as well as how to support someone experiencing Imposter Syndrome. This is an interactive presentation that will allow you to practice these strategies as you learn about them.

Cybersecurity GRC

Cybersecurity Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC) is often the overlooked and misunderstood subset of cybersecurity. GRC helps organizations meet compliance, manage risk, and provide governance. It is not a singular solution, but rather an overall strategy. It allows an organization to be more aware, aligned, and agile.