The Future CISO: Securing the digital organisation of the future
Paul Watts, ISF Distinguished Analyst
About this talk
Following a turbulent two years, former-CISO and Distinguished Analyst at the ISF Paul Watts, is considering key recommendations for CISOs to improve or maintain their (and their team's) prominence and relevance to their stakeholders.
In this session, Paul reflects on where CISOs find themselves today, and what changes they should be looking at to ensure their role continues to add value to an increasingly technically competent digital enterprise.
Paul Watts is a Distinguished Analyst of the ISF and joined in August 2021. He has worked in cyber security for over sixteen years as a security executive and CISO in several industry sectors including financial services, retail, critical national infrastructure, food and beverage, data analytics and market research. A certified information security professional holding credentials from both ISC² and ISACA, he has previously spoken and written on many security leadership topics including engaging with the board, building and sustaining robust enterprise security cultures, sustaining high-performing security teams and managing mental well-being in the cyber security industry. Paul is also a Chartered IT Professional and a member of the British Computer Society.