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Tactics and best practices for taking on enterprise IT security threats
With the media covering the latest data breaches, cloud computing security questions going unanswered and hackers developing more sophisticated attacks, the IT department has a growing responsibility to protect customer and company data.
A data breach is not only a PR nightmare, but cause for customers to turn to competitors, exposing sensitive company information and racking up fines from industry regulators. CISOs and IT security executives must always have this in mind, as well as a host of other evolving concerns, from curbing Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) risk to controlling vulnerable social media data. In order for today's leading enterprises to operate smoothly, information security must be ahead of the hackers and kept abreast of the latest IT security topics and trends.
The CISO Summit will bring together C-level IT security executives, industry analysts and solution providers to discuss challenges and best practices in a relaxed, yet focused business setting. Agenda sessions include engaging Keynote Presentations, Thought Leadership sessions, CISO Think Tanks, Analyst Q&As and much more.
We at CDM Media know that in order for you to take time out of the office, it must be time well spent. The CISO Summit agenda offers a balanced schedule that will maximize your time and efforts, providing you with ideas and strategies truly capable of changing business practices.
CDM Media Summits bring together leading C-level executives, analysts and solution providers to network and attend interactive agenda sessions on the latest business topics and trends.
The events are organized by industry, topic or organizational role, and offer an opportunity for attendees to have in-depth discussions, while making new business contacts. One-on-one meetings held throughout the events allow vendors to introduce products and services to attending executives.
Other summit highlights include:
In the past, the invitation only GLOBSEC has hosted prominent speakers such as David Cameron, Madeleine Albright, Anders Fogh Rasmussen, Ursula von der Leyen, Michael Chertoff, John McCain, Zbigniew Brzezinski, and many others.
In February 2019, GLOBSEC hosted current U.S. Secretary of State, Michael Pompeo. Partners for the 2018 edition included Google, Mastercard, AT&T, The European Commission, SAAB and several others (please see full list of partners from GLOBSEC 2018 Bratislava Forum at this link).
For more information, please visit: https://www.globsec.org/projects/globsec-2019/.
Digital transformation is redefining the geopolitical security landscape at an unprecedented pace. By 2030, the number of sensors and devices connected to the Internet of Things (IoT) is expected to increase from 21 billion in 2018 to about 125 billion worldwide.
With the expanded use of IoT comes widespread cybersecurity challenges. Private and public sector leaders worldwide routinely cite cybersecurity preparedness as a top priority year after year because the consequences of a cybersecurity attack can be catastrophic.
A key component of cybersecurity preparedness is the successful completion of real-world cybersecurity crisis simulation exercises. Responding to cybersecurity crises requires not only technical knowledge of cyber, but also human emotional intelligence. Mastery of impulse control and strong negotiation, communication, and leadership skills are necessary to successfully navigate a cybersecurity crisis.
The real-world crisis simulation exercises are uniquely and expertly designed to reflect the disruption in the geopolitical security landscape and will emphasize key aspects of emotional intelligence.