Security has all too often been outpaced by digital disruption. But that has to change amid ongoing social, economic and regulatory uncertainty.
In this sixth episode of The Living Enterprise, the peer-to-peer podcast series bought to you by CIO in association with Adobe and Microsoft, our band of CIOs, CTOs, CDOs and other technology executives talk horror data breaches, how to approach tricky security conversations with the C-suite, why governance is critical, and how cybercriminals are starting to leverage the power of artificial intelligence. Moreover, our experts also discuss their belief that – when done right – cybersecurity can become a competitive differentiator.
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Tune in now to hear from experts, such as:
- Kayne McGladrey, Cybersecurity Strategist, Ascent Solutions
- Aline Hayes, Director of Technology EMEA, Experian
- David McGrath, CDO, Clubs Australia
- Stefan Latuski, CIO, Siemens Mobility
- Isaac Sacolick, President, Star CIO
- Adam Leach, CIO, Nominet
- Steve Allison, Head of Product Marketing Audience & Data Technologies, Adobe EMEA
- Andrew Wilson, CDO, Microsoft
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As we approach the end of The Living Enterprise series, we start to mull what is coming next for our band of CIOs, CTOs and CDOs.
In our seventh episode of the series, internationally acclaimed IT leaders discuss pivoting in crisis, future-proofing IT roadmaps, outpacing the competition and the need to build flexible, go-getting teams from diverse backgrounds. There’s even a discussion of why, if you get it right, the CIO could end up in the CEO’s chair.