In this #MillenniumLive episode, our partner 451 Research joined us at our Transformational CISO Assembly this past November for a thoughtful discussion on cybersecurity. Aaron Sherrill, Senior Analyst of Information Security, talks “the Crisis of Trust” and how the concept of trust has changed over time, approaching security as a business enabler, and his advice for cybersecurity executives in 2020. In addition to sitting down for an interview, Aaron also wrote a recap of the Transformational CISO Assembly highlighting key takeaways from the event!
451 Research is a preeminent information technology research and advisory company. With a core focus on technology innovation and market disruption, we provide essential insight for leaders of the digital economy. More than 100 analysts and consultants deliver that insight via syndicated research, advisory services, and live events to over 1,000 client organizations in North America, Europe and around the world. Founded in 2000 and headquartered in New York City, 451 Research is a division of The 451 Group.
Due to the success of our National Transformational CISO Assembly, The Millennium Alliance in partnership with our Advisory Board has launched Transformation CISO East. This exclusive Assembly will bring industry experts and the best solution providers to our CISO Members based on the East Coast.
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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