|Wednesday, June 7, 2023|
As cybersecurity becomes even more central to economic, cultural, and business conversations, CISOs must transform their approach to cybersecurity into actionable objectives. In this keynote session, CISOs offer an inside look into their organization’s zero trust journey, from where they started and how the strategy was defined, to the key tenets they’ve implemented, and the lessons learned along the way.
As cyber threats advance, regulatory scrutiny builds, and organizational risk appetites decrease, a CISOs ability to influence the business is key to protecting critical assets and brand reputation. This Boardroom is an open discussion about the barriers and opportunities to push security programs forward. Discussion areas include:
Building a strong cybersecurity program requires a strong foundation in security fundamentals. Senior security leaders must find the right strategies, processes, and tools to strengthen their security fundamentals while minimizing business disruption and maximizing cost savings. Join this roundtable session to discuss:
As cybersecurity teams face an uncertain market, stagnant budgets might force many teams to re-examine their tooling—especially in expensive environments like cloud. In this Boardroom session, join local security leaders to discuss:
Keeping ahead of bad actors can be a major strain on information security teams who are already struggling to keep up with the complex demands of information security. In this Boardroom discussion, join local security leaders to discuss:
With an increasing number of incidents happening down the supply chain, security leaders must ensure their organization can minimize the impact of potential breaches. How to address this challenge when you lack insight into a vendors security increases the strain on team and technology. In this Boardroom, join senior security leaders to discuss
Today’s cybersecurity executive is responsible for reducing risk in the face of hyper evolving adversaries, increasing 3rd and 4th party supplier incidents, and rapidly increasing endpoints and identities on the network. Translating zero trust into a program that addresses these challenges is not an easy task. During this Boardroom discussion, local CISOs share best practices and lessons learned on:
As organizations expand digital capabilities, sensitive data spreads across the business and into supply chains, creating additional risk and compliance concerns. In this panel discussion, CISOs share how they think about creating a security strategy focused on mitigating data risk, adapting strategy to shifting business requirements, and the steps they’ve taken to secure and harden data itself.