ISE® Southeast Executive Forum and Awards
March 4, 2015
The Balancing Act: Managing Expectations Across the Enterprise > Download Presentation
Ongoing breaches and reports of cyber espionage have brought Information Security center stage with executive management, boards of directors and customers alike. The business expects the CISO to manage an agile, high-performing security program, yet consistently fails to adequately underwrite or provide the range of resources necessary to meet growing demands. Now expected to be a transformative leader, CISOs are struggling to balance new perceptions when such a disconnect exists between expectations and reality. Just as managing the complexity of the threat environment mandates a solution-based, multi-layer approach, so does navigating the complex relationships necessary to bridge the gaps between security and the enterprise. During this presentation, learn how to work with various business units and departments to build and empower your leadership team, so that you can better manage the heavy burden of defending your organization against the unrelenting array of cyber threats.
ISE® North America Leadership Summit and Awards
November 5, 2014
Pathways to Empowered Security Leadership > Download Presentation
Ongoing breaches and reports of cyber espionage have brought Information Security center stage with executive management and boards of directors. With IT Security now a board-level issue, the expectations of the business for CISOs has increased significantly. As CISOs assume a much more visible and expanded role within the organization, many are grappling with the one task that can make or break the success of the Information Security Program: Establishing the senior security leadership team and a creating a succession plan. Now expected to be a transformative leader, CISOs are recognizing that it’s imperative to surround themselves with equally great leaders who can advance the vision and execute on the strategic plan. Just as managing the complexity of the threat environment mandates a solution-based approach, so does the complexity of finding, hiring and empowering the right executive leadership team. Join us to gain insights into pathways to empowered security leadership as well as the solutions and resources available for building an empowered senior leadership team.
ISSA Tampa Women in Security Conference
November 12, 2014
Women in Security: Building for the Future > Download Presentation
It’s no secret that the information security profession is lacking female minds. In fact, a 2013 workforce study shows that women represent only 10% of the industry. Awareness is certainly improving, as evidenced by a recent increase in women-focused professional events. But what else can we do to capitalize on this momentum to ensure future success? Learn why networking, knowledge sharing and investing in the next generation are key to building a future for women in security, while also strengthening the industry as a whole.