#IMOS20: Security at the Speed of Business: Keep Up or Get Left Behind

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In the modern world, speed and agility are key to business success. Enterprises now offer various digital products and services to customers and consumers at lightning pace, often built and rolled out in a matter of days or weeks. 

The increasing adoption of fast-moving digital business approaches is having a substantial impact on IT security teams that must continue to ensure that innovations are foundationally secure, without the luxury of lengthy time periods to do so.

As the business innovation landscape becomes ever more data-driven and digitally technological, security functions can’t afford to fail to keep up with the speed of business. If they are left behind, the security ramifications could be severe – for all involved.

In this session learn:

  • Why security teams must operate at the high speed of business innovation
  • What challenges security functions must overcome in the face of business advancement
  • How to maintain efficient security processed in a data-driven age


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Malcolm Barske

Security Lead, Avanade

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Sam Humphries

Head of Security Strategy EMEA, Exabeam

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Stephen Pritchard

Freelance Writer, Infosecurity Magazine

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Cate Pye

Partner, PA Consulting, PA Consulting

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