The challenges to information security in companies are increasing every year. The focus is on serious attacks against small and large companies and the urgent need to protect their own information. It is no longer sufficient to view the protection of corporate information in a one-dimensional way. Many different facets are important: authentication, authorization, governance, policies, processes, monitoring and surveillance, cyber defense and many more.
Putting a company on the right track in the long term requires strategic and technical expertise that is usually managed from the information security area within the company - by the Chief Information Security Officer.
But what skills does a modern CISO need? What should be his or her strengths, what does a company need to look out for if it has this role, or how does a security expert need to develop in order to meet the numerous requirements for this position? Join this session by KuppingerCole CISO, Christopher Schuetze to get answers to these pertinent questions
SBOM offers multiple ways of getting under the covers of your and other provider's software resilience. Implemented properly, SBOM not only increases code and library transparency with a a much better chance to catch hidden software flaws much more quickly and potentially ahead of your adversaries, but is it worth the pain coming with it?
The role of a CISO has expanded beyond technical competence and compliance – an uncertain threat landscape calls for a technically competent leader with strategic oversight across the board, from engaging with multiple stakeholders to manage and get buy-in for cyber resilience programs to communicating cyber strategies to the board.
Join Christoph Hagenbuch and Alexander Silhavy in this session as they share proven strategies to help you make critical cybersecurity decisions and provides best practices on effective stakeholder management and communication.