The top 3 areas where today’s CISO needs to focus

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James Blake of ServiceNow

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The COVID-19 pandemic has had a profound effect on almost every aspect of our life: how we work, how we travel, how we shop and how we interact with our friends and families. Even more jarring is that this change happened in a matter of weeks or months, and we still face a great deal of uncertainty. During this time the CISO is witnessing their career evolving before their very eyes, with two words dominating their new career paths: resiliency and agility. Although there has already been a seismic shift in the way many businesses operate the tectonic plates have not finished moving. Quite how or even when the ground will settle for the long-term is not entirely clear. What is clear, however, is that the CISO needs to both keep the business safe and be prepared and flexible enough to support the new reality. Today’s CISO needs to be empowered to deal with their historical technical and process debt, the reality of the situation today, and the business of the future. Watch this webinar as we discuss the top 3 areas today’s CISO needs to be focusing on. Featured speaker: James Blake, Advisory CISO, ServiceNow

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