How Cyber Risk Governance helps organisations keep intellectual property secure

Presented by

Ambrose Neville, Univ. of Surrey; Mark Watts, Univ. of Southampton; Alfonso Hermosillo, BitSight

About this talk

Digital risk is a growing issue for all organisations. But especially for Universities, it is particularly demanding because of the heavy activity online they have to deal with coming from a massive diversity of network assets. The huge challenge is how these organisations can offer continuous service while protecting data, privacy, and intellectual property? As organisations are increasingly looking into setting a uniform standard for their cyber security programs that can sit across the entire structure, they first need to determine what standard is appropriate - and find a way to measure performance against it consistently. In this webinar, you will meet two forward-thinking security leaders that have opted to enforce cybersecurity performance standards across their organisations and how they tackle crucial questions such as: What standard should be used? How to manage this standard efficiently? Join us in this webinar to know more about driving accountability with cyber risk governance in more detail, as we target topics such as: - What challenges are Universities currently facing the most? - What is the key to helping such complex and open environments provide continuous service, availability and access to public Internet while keeping sensitive data private? - How does BitSight help as a SaaS intelligence vendor? Speakers: - Ambrose Neville, Head of Information Security at the University of Surrey - Mark Watts, Head of Cyber Security at the University of Southampton - Alfonso Hermosillo, Senior Consulting Engineer at BitSight

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