- Don Davidson, Enterprise Security Architect, Canada Life
- Ashley Ewing, Chief Information Security Officer, University of Alabama
- Robert H. Jackson, Global Chief Information Security Officer, Sedgwick
- Michael Rock, Director, Enterprise Information Security, Hillenbrand
- Anonymous, Chief Information Security Officer, Government Industry
- Anonymous, Director, Cyber Governance, Financial Industry
- 33 further individuals completed an anonymous survey as part of this research
- Through 2025, the chief information security officer will need to navigate emerging threats, skills shortages, and new regulations. The CEO and CIO will increasingly rely on the CISO to ensure that expected security outcomes are delivered during a time of extensive technology transformation.
- Learn about emerging threats that will impact the business and social environment. These are shifts that change the way we interact with technology. The future-proofed CISO must learn about them and foresee the impact they will have. This report explores threats that will have a profound impact on the business and social environment in the next several years.
- Adopt emerging technology but beware the hype. Use scenario analyses for these technologies to help security teams separate fact from fiction and make informed decisions on how to leverage emerging security tech.
- Grow by delivering on outcomes. The future-proofed CISO needs to understand how to deliver on required security outcomes in a changing environment without an army of security analysts at their command.
Impact and Result
- Cybersecurity stewardship is an ever-evolving task, but you don't have to stand alone. Follow Info-Tech's learn-adopt-grow framework to confidently tackle this new challenge in security leadership.
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