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What’s It Really Like to be a CISO?

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The Chief Information Security Officer is no longer a purely technical role, having evolved into that of a business leader and enabler, acting as the conduit of security information across the enterprise, translating security threats into business speak and communicating and managing risk. But what is it really like to be a CISO? And how can aspiring CISOs equip themselves with the necessary skills and knowledge?

During this webinar a panel of CISOs will share their experience, analyse the skill set required for the role and discuss the various career paths toward becoming a CISO.

Speakers

Sarah-Jill  Lennard

Head of Deloitte Business Security, Deloitte UK

    Lee Barney

    Head of Information Security, Marks and Spencer plc

      Vicki Gavin

      Head of Business Continuity & Information Security, The Economist Group

        Quentyn Taylor

        Director of Information Security EMEA, Canon

          Victoria Windsor

          Moderator, Infosecurity Magazine

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