As organisations undergo digital transformation to make themselves more responsive, Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) are coming under pressure to help these far-reaching changes succeed.
These demands have brought about the rise of the next-generation CISO, a security professional who is adapting to the new environment, mastering new skills and advancing the discipline of information security.
The ISF’s research into the changing role of the CISO has revealed six core characteristics that next-generation leaders exhibit which ensure risks are managed effectively as the organisation rapidly transforms.
On Thursday 15th October, 14:00 BST, our topic expert Mark Ward, Research Analyst at the ISF, will be presenting key insights and findings from the Becoming a next-generation CISO briefing paper
- Date: Thursday 15th October
- Time: 14:00 BST
- Duration: 45 minutes including Q&A
- Presenter: Mark Ward, Senior Research Analyst, ISF