Sustaining a Rapid Digital Transformation, Safely

Presented by

Yasmin Hayden, Account Executive, Mid-Market EMEA at HackerOne | Anna-Lisa Miller, Group CISO at Spectris

About this talk

31% of CISOs accelerated their digital transformation plans before they were ready to accommodate a remote workforce, according to HackerOne’s “COVID Confessions of a CISO”. When organizations were required to work remotely, many of them sped through their digital transformation (DX) to create network and security infrastructures meant to last a few months at most, yet, as remote work continues these infrastructures are now straining to sustain themselves. Now that we are in a position to look back at DX initiatives with the benefit of hindsight, leaders must ask themselves whether their DX efforts were successful or not, from cloud adoption, to the digital workspace. As organizations move online they’ll have to modify their network security strategy, transform the way they handle interactions and customer expectations online, and defend themselves against an evolving threatscape. So, how can organizations avoid data breaches despite this evolving landscape, and how can leaders continue to adapt to these challenges? Join now to learn: - How to keep data breaches in mind and avoid them even as your organization is in the midst of a digital transformation - The need to scale security to avoid data breaches and prepare against an evolving threatscape - Steps to improve your security posture and reassessing your cybersecurity framework

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