A global survey which canvassed the opinions of over 7,000 business leaders, employees and consumers from across the world, found that in a rapidly changing business environment, the role of the CISO has hugely expanded in its scope and responsibilities. With the research also identifying security as the top priority for businesses after coronavirus, CISOs have never been more integral to business operations.
Having a central location to integrate your security tools and processes to allow your people to collaborate and work together across teams is absolutely critical in today’s threat landscape. But there are five more important reasons why CISOs are prioritizing the adoption of a SOAR platform.
The CoVID-19 pandemic is a gold-mine for lessons learned when it comes to security and cybersecurity at the enterprise level. Listen to Chris Jacquet, CISO at Hatachi Vantara, talk about the lessons he’s learned to keep his enterprise safer.
Noah Beddome will join Opendoor as Chief Information Security Officer (CISO). Beddome will be responsible for protecting the data and technology infrastructure that is core to Opendoor business. He will oversee Opendoor’s information security program and IT, and will help to maintain trust with customers by ensuring the integrity of data systems.
Don Freese has joined Digital Realty, provider of cloud- and carrier-neutral data center, colocation and interconnection solutions, as Chief Information Security Officer. Mr. Freese, who previously served as a Senior Executive with the FBI and a cybersecurity leader at PwC, brings more than 30 years of leadership experience advising large corporations and the highest ranks of the U.S. government on cybersecurity, cyber operations and IT risk management.
A company’s in-house chief information security officer (CISO) is a key component to making sure the risk of a cyberattack or security breach is greatly reduced. The responsibilities of this position are critical for businesses working to protect themselves against cyberthreats, but the reality is, some companies can’t afford to add another member to the c-suite with an average salary of up to $250K. However, there’s another option: a virtual CISO or vCISO.