Role of the CISO During a Turbulent Year

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What is keeping CISOs up at night? What isn’t these days! Hairpin turns in direction amid a global pandemic and evolving cyber-threats have caused disruption in business continuity, supply chains and infrastructure throughout 2020.

This has given rise to diverse cybersecurity challenges and risks, whilst also provided unique opportunities for innovation and progress. Where do CISOs need to start in getting a grip on it all?

In this webinar, a panel of seasoned security leaders and experts discuss the state of the CISO in 2020, reflecting on lessons learned from a thus far turbulent year, discussing the struggles that need to be overcome and the outlining the long-term benefits yielded by new businesses dynamics.

Key takeaways:

  • Why and how 2020 has been an unprecedented year of information security tests, risks and opportunity
  • The key challenges impacting modern CISOs, and how to overcome them
  • What the second half of 2020 will have in store for security leaders

Speakers

Vikas Mahajan

CISO, American Red Cross

    Becky Pinkard

    CISO, Aldermore

      Paul Watts

      ClubCISO Advisory Board Member and CISO, Kantar

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