'CISOs: Walking the highwire of risk blindfolded'

An expanding attack surface, an endless stream of vulnerabilities and an opaque understanding of critical assets means getting a true picture of risk is hard. The contemporary CISO now walks the perennially difficult boardroom tightrope between cost and controls largely unsighted.

How do security leaders open their eyes to get a true picture of exposed assets and related dependencies? More importantly – how do they put this in a business context for Executive teams? Finally, what cultural, procedural and technical initiatives need to be put in place to resolve the issue?

Discuss this with an audience of your peers from the comfort of your own home, accompanied by an award-winning cheese & wine hamper, on May 23rd at 17:00.


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Our Speaker

Richard Lush
Richard Lush
VP Operational Security
Liberty Global

Our Proud Partner

We’re all too familiar with the unique challenges security teams face. Technology advances have exponentially increased the attack surface. Security tools are too often siloed and limited in their reach. Security processes are manual and prone to human error.... We created Noetic to flip the script on how security teams understand their security posture and protect their networks. With a proactive approach to cyber asset and controls management, Noetic helps security teams get out of the cycle of response to more effectively manage their security.

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