CISO Stress - The Implications of Fighting the Cyberwar

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George Tubin, Director of Product Strategy at Cynet

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Security teams at small to mid-sized enterprises are given a nearly impossible task - protect the organization from an onslaught of advancing cyber threats with a limited budget, limited security technology, and an understaffed (and often underskilled) security team. Yet day in and day out, these teams are continually thwarting highly sophisticated and coordinated attacks by a global network of cybercriminals. What we often overlook is the toll this cyberwar is taking on our front-line leaders. We may think that the job of a CISO at a small to mid-sized organization is stressful, but just how stressful is it? And what are the implications of this stress? Join George Tubin, Director of Product Strategy to delve into a Cynet’s recently sponsored “Implications of Stress on CISOs” survey, including: • The prevalence and main sources of CISO stress • The effects of stress on a CISO’s job performance and personal life • What CISOs say would help reduce job stress
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