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Allocating the Security Budget: How to Do More with Less?

Information security professionals are under increasing pressure to maximise ROI on their investments into security solutions. As Covid-19 puts businesses under unprecedented pressure, it is likely that budgets are likely to be squeezed even further. It is more important than ever that infosec professionals are able to derive maximum benefit from the tech they invest in and make the best decisions for their organisation. During this session, the panel of experts will help you quantify the level of security that is affordable, risk appropriate and fits your security strategy.

Key Learning Outcomes:
- How to negotiate budgets with stakeholders, demonstrate progress and measure improvement
- How to prioritise tasks based on risk, solving the most impactful issues first to ensure that even a small team can have maximum possible impact
- Streamlining activities and standardising products to focus on value added activities
- Communicating ROI to the board to get investment

Moderator: Dan Raywood, Deputy Editor, Infosecurity Magazine
Panellists: Deborah Haworth, CISO, Penguin Random House UK
Kirsten Davies, SVP & CISO, The Estée Lauder Companies
Kevin Fielder, CISO, Just Eat
David Young, Head of Information Security, Tesco Underwriting
Recorded Jun 4 2020 60 mins
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