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People are the Problem: How Human Error is your Enterprise’s Biggest Vulnerability
May 24 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
An exclusive digital boardroom bringing together IT leaders to discuss, share, and benchmark strategies on the best holistic approaches to cyber risk management
Join 8 hand-picked CIOs and senior IT leaders to discuss and explore current challenges related to elevating digital transformation within your organisation.
Register here to engage in in-depth discussions, share challenges, and benchmark strategies.
In this digital age, a robust cybersecurity strategy is key for all businesses, with a staggering 95% of all cybersecurity incidents being attributed to human error. As a result, businesses must adopt not only a robust but also a more holistic approach to their cybersecurity measures which views cybersecurity as more than just a technological issue.
To address this challenge, this boardroom discussion will explore how CISOs are approaching different types of threats that are caused by human error and the impact they can have on your organisation's security posture.
By joining this boardroom, you can gain insights and discuss:
- How to identify champions across your business who can help ensure compliance with cybersecurity policies and best practices.
- Building a sense of community in your organization can also create a more resilient business and improve the safety and longevity of your organization.
- Tips for communicating cybersecurity best practices effectively across your organization
- The types of threats caused by human error
The Global CIO Institute Digital Boardrooms series focuses on the key challenges facing senior digital leaders, allowing progressive peer-to-peer discussion and problem-solving with insights from industry leaders. Tailored to cross-industry CIOs, CTOs, CISOs, and senior leaders in IT, these boardrooms are designed to ensure they’re agile and ready for any obstacles around emerging technology.
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