Dissecting Cloud Security Alliance value for CISOs

Presented by

Tom Odams; Francesco Cipollone; Bob Rodger; Paul Simmonds; Chris Hodson; Jim Reavis;

About this talk

Join our outstanding panel of speakers as they discuss something that seems to be on a lot of peoples minds throughout lockdown; What more could I do to further my career? This could mean exploring an abundance of certifications, join a working group perhaps or take more training courses. We will delve into the world of compliance vs security and understand just how certain certifications are perceived by CISOs. Our panelists will be covering: - Certifications and the importance of standards - Compliance vs security - Audit vs compliance - Shared responsibility model - Maturity matrix - Evolution of roadmap to migrate securely to Cloud - Buys vs build - when to buy externally or build internally - How CSA resources have been or can be best used by CISOs - Advantages of joining CSA - CSA publications & active working groups Speaker Panel: - Francesco Cipollone- Chair CSA UK, Director NSC42 - Moderator of event - Bob Rodger - CISO, Bank of N.T Butterfield group - Chris Hodson - CISO, Tanium - Jim Reavis - Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer, CSA - Paul Simmonds - CEO of the Global Identity Foundation
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