It’s a mistake to put off the creation of precautions against quantum threats, no matter how far in the future you might think quantum computing will become a reality.
CISOs should recognize they are struggling with an cybersecurity experience shortage and look to identify and develop candidates and staff with potential.
The inevitability of AI is forcing many cybersecurity leaders to decide if it's friend or foe. Treating it as a teammate may be the ultimate solution, but there are a number of pointed questions CISOs should be asking.
There’s an ongoing shift to recognize the key business value of cybersecurity leaders. It’s a good time for CISOs to assert themselves.
Zero trust is not enough. CISOs should abandon trust and focus on verifying everything from third-party tools to their teams' abilities.
A community of mentorship builds stronger CISOs and is good for the cyber industry. Making it happen is simple: if you have a problem, reach out. If someone reaches out, answer the call.
Trust should be an important factor for every business. It’s time to ask yourself: Do you have the necessary level of trust in your organization? Could a CTO help get you there?
Effective CISOs need to clearly articulate risk and mitigation strategies in business. They must be clear, precise, and, above all, speak truth to power.