What will we cover
‘Are we secure?’ is the dreaded question CISOs get asked all the time by CEOs and the board. Whilst there’s no right or wrong answer to the question, as a security leader you must help the organization understand the security framework and the set of metrics used for cyber risk management.
Securing your organization is hard but proving security value is even harder. Non-security business leaders often perceive cybersecurity as technical issues that don’t drive business outcomes – and it’s the CISO’s job to change it. To do that CISOs and security teams need a unified view of vulnerability risks from each layer of the technology stack, and the ability to translate technical risk into business risk based on criticality and business impact.
In this webinar, our expert will discuss why CISOs must embrace unified cyber risk management for greater consolidation and simplification of business risk to build trust and maximize business resilience.
What you'll learn
The disconnect and miscommunication between non-technical and security leaders
Bridging the gap between siloed security assessments and business risk reduction
Connecting technical vulnerabilities to business outcome for a bird’s eye view of risk
How to utilize new technology and predictive threat intelligence to boost your current discovery, assessment, and remediation prioritization
Best practice for quantifying risk for your business
How to better communicate the value of security and get the C level onboard
Director, Cloud Product Management
Sergio was the former CEO and Co-Founder of SecludIT, a pioneer in cloud security and a founding member of the Cloud Security Alliance since 2009. Sergio has worked in cyber security for more than 20 years. He has occupied senior management positions in 3 security startups where he was responsible for email security products and security gateways, as the lead architect of security products such as SSL VPNs, log management, web security and SSL crypto accelerators. His career started at research labs in France and Portugal. Sergio holds a Ph.D. in computer science from the ENST Paris and MSc and BSc degrees from the University of Porto. He is also the holder of 4 patents.