Getting Your Board to Lean into Cybersecurity

Presented by

Doug Grindstaff SVP of Cybersecurity Solutions CMMI® Institute and Tom Conkle Cybersecurity Engineer/Commercial Lead G2, Inc.

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In a recent survey nearly six out of ten board members named cyber-related issues the most challenging issues they are expected to oversee.  With the consequences of breaches so severe – lawsuits, regulatory fines, reputational risk, and more – it’s time for senior security leaders to step forward to arm boards with the information and knowledge they need to confidently fund, support and guide new efforts to guard your organization’s “crown jewels.” In this webinar cyber security industry experts Tom Conkle, Cybersecurity Engineer / Commercial Lead at G2, Inc. and Doug Grindstaff, CMMI Senior Vice President of Cyber Security Solutions, will delve into this perplexing board-level concern and offer actionable insights for empowering your team to build Board confidence with effective cybersecurity. By reframing the Cybersecurity discussion into a context that your Board will understand, CISOs, CSOs and other high-level IT leaders have an unprecedented opportunity to build both stronger partnerships and greater enterprise resilience.

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