Collaborate with your peers
Come together with your peers virtually to tackle top business challenges through peer-driven content and discussions at the New York CISO Virtual Executive Summit.
Join your peers to discuss the most critical issues impacting CISOs today:
Accelerating security to match the pace of digital business initiatives
Managing the risk created from a landscape of new core technologies
Achieving sustainability for the CISO role without compromising outcomes
State of Connecticut
VP & CISO
National Football League
New York Life
VP & CISO
Chief Information Security Officer
Partner and Senior Vice President, Chief Information Security Officer
Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation
Senior VP, Chief Information Security Officer & Product Security
Virtual Summit Keynote Session
Driving Business Value With Cloud Security Innovation
Whether you are just moving into the cloud, researching more options within the public cloud, or building your own private cloud, most leaders agree that this is the future of infrastructure as a service. But can CISOs have it all – both increased productivity and cost benefits within a secure cloud?
During this peer-discussion you will explore:
Automation, orchestration, AI and machine learning cloud strategies
Nuances for hybrid on- and off-premise systems
Ways to incorporate the cloud into a fully articulated security strategy
Virtual Summit Boardroom Sessions
Do You Speak Risk?
Added to the list of bona fides for today’s information security leader is a multilingual mandate for speaking the languages of risk. Business risk, legal risk and more all intertwine with an effective security strategy, yet the owners of each area don’t always see eye to eye. Where business units aren’t looking at risk the same way, an opportunity opens for malicious actors.
Join this session to discuss:
Successful examples of cross-functional partnerships in risk management
Metrics that effectively describe risk within, and outside of, security
Tips for leveraging risk discussions to gain support for security
Mitigating New Third Party Risks
Many third-party risks are identified after initial onboarding and due diligence, suggesting traditional methods in risk management policy fail to capture new and evolving risks. As these external partnerships become increasingly complex, the need for a new vendor risk management approach is clear.
Join this conversation to discuss:
Establish business-driven methods for ongoing risk management analysis
Partner across the C-Suite to establish organizational buy-in
Strategies to employ an iterative approach to ongoing relationship management
New York CISO Program Manager
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