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Keeping Secure in the Time of Digital Transformation

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As businesses move to be more dynamic, the process of digital transformation has one negative point – the security department is often left behind or seen as a prohibitive force. As the business seeks to be more agile, the security department needs to keep up with the business and the operational side IT to ensure that a divide does not become too wide.

How can this be done? In this webinar we will look at how security can keep up with operations and a company seeking transformation, and the best ways to keep in tune and time with the business.

Key takeaways:

  • How to ensure the security agenda doesn’t obstruct the business agenda 
  • Ensuring that a good working balance is kept with corporate IT and operations
  • Which tools are best to ensure a good SecOps strategy
  • Keeping on top of an expanding attack surface

Speakers

Dan  Raywood

Contributing Editor, Infosecurity Magazine

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