(re)Gaining Control of your Cybersecurity Program

Presented by

Stephen Boyer - CTO & Co-Founder of BitSight

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Watch the session with Stephen Boyer, CTO & Co-Founder of BitSight, speaking about “(re)Gaining Control of your Cybersecurity Program”, at the Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit 2021. Stephen will focus on the challenges that the leadership is having on losing control for 2022 and some take away to gain that control again. Some topics that we will cover are the following: Attack surface on the supply chain - Moody’s plan to integrate cyber security data into the credit rating and partner with BitSight to do that - How to build a strong third-party risk management program to gain control - Continuous monitoring on the supply chain - Program Assurance – How to report to the board - Cyber Risk Quantification - Data-Driven Decision making Takeaways - Building a program for managing the supply chain - Focus in Cyber Risk Quantification - Being data-driven
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