The Millennium Alliance is thrilled to present our bi-annual Transformational CISO Assembly, taking place in Nashville, TN.
With the instances of cyber attacks increasing, businesses of all sizes are working tirelessly to secure their networks, devices, and data. Fortune 500 organizations are especially vulnerable as they have big data pools and thousands of people who need access. CISOs need to plan for worst-case scenarios, stay ahead of the latest IT Security transformation technology, and maintain their company’s information assets, all without losing sight of the corporate culture.
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Can humans and machines become symbiotic partners? Organizations are developing new human roles that center around how people can make AI systems work in a way that complements them. Security transformation is more than just technology, it is about changing how teams work in order to achieve the common goal of a successful and secure transformation.
Focusing on corporate governance and oversight has grown exponentially over the past few years. Now more than ever before, today’s complex landscape requires boards to focus on the risks that matter to the organization, leading organizations to make sure that security is appropriately covered and that the board has the necessary transparency into risk management across the organization. As recurring cyber-attacks and data breaches at companies throughout the world continue on making headlines, it has been made clear that cybersecurity has become a primary concern for not just the CISO, but for everyone across the board.
How to survive your first three months as a CISO and shape your program for sustainability. Whether a new CISO or experienced, the lessons learned can help enhance your program- it’s the guide I wish I had when I started.