No one could have predicted the events of 2020 and very few organisations across Europe were fully set up to work entirely on a remote scale. After tackling the immediate IT demands posed, many organisations are now playing catch up to make the right investments to future-proof their business.
In this session, we explore the changing shape of our security strategies and understand how businesses can build a robust strategy within the current changeable climate. Our experts will consider the evolution of security investments and where security pounds are being spent today compared with traditional strategic profiles, as well as the recent focus on more comprehensive prevention solutions.
- Exploring the changing shape of security strategies
- Review of the paradigm changes in security spend
- How to build a robust strategy in a new profile of business operations
Cyber Security Practice Lead, Insight
As a certified information security manager holding ISACA CISM and CRISC certifications Charlotte has worked with an extensive portfolio of FTSE 100 organisations as well as UK Government and Defence clients for over a decade to deliver trusted Managed IT and Cyber Security Services, Solutions, Technologies and Consultancy.
Providing a consultative approach to Insight’s customers our Cyber Security Service Practice provides best of breed Managed Security Services, IT programs, which are Secure by Design and only the most comprehensive Cyber Security defences to drive organisation-wide efficiencies as well as provide reliable brand, IP and business assurance.
CEO, Threat Status
Jon is the Co-Founder and Chief Executive at Threat Status. He has worked in the Information Security Industry since 2001 and has held a number of consulting, technology, business development and leadership positions throughout his career.
Jon spent 7 years working for the UK Government in Security Architecture and R&D. He also spent 5 years in various positions at Silicon Valley SIEM security vendor ArcSight.
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