Cybersecurity is heading into another season of massive change. With the explosion of generative AI, new regulations rolled out from the SEC and the continued increase of advanced attacks, CISOs must guide the enterprise safely through this next evolution. Add in economic uncertainties and the business's need to seek out ways to improve efficiencies, increase productivity and support business growth, and you have CISOs rising up to face their next big challenge.
Simply adding technology is not enough to increase speed and agility across the business, and it certainly doesn't make the business more secure - In fact, it can open the enterprise up to unknown risks. CISOs must support and empower the business to securely invest in the right tools to maximize effectiveness and faster, better and more secure decisions.
Securing AI, Automation and New Technology
- What goals does your company have around investing in AI and automation? What security challenges are you facing when it comes to those goals?
- What is your opinion on generative AI adoption and how do you effectively communicate it to the CEO and the board?
- What business opportunities or threats does the increased use of generative AI pose? How do you assess organizational preparedness? How are your vendors using AI?
- How are you using AI to bridge your skills and talent gaps?
Navigating Legal and Compliance
- How are you moving toward a more cohesive enterprise-wide security and compliance posture?
- How are you preparing for and navigating the updated regulations from the SEC, DoD and State Privacy Laws?
- How are you building a supportive working relationship with your legal team and regulators?