The role and nature of enterprise security is changing. Digital transformation is disrupting the IT environment like never before, while the threat landscape continues to evolve, and regulatory reform adds pressure to scarce security resources. The good news is that new approaches to security are emerging that can help to address these core challenges. However, security leaders and teams must reposition their value proposition to take advantage.
How can CISOs and senior security professionals ensure that they keep the organization secure, while enabling — or accelerating — digital transformation in a compliant manner?
This conference will introduce the security solutions and approaches that can help to demonstrate the business outcomes that security enables, driving business buy-in and even advocacy. IDC's Security Roadshow 2020 will provide a review of industry trends and guidance to security professionals and what key factors to consider in their strategic planning when allocating resources as part of shrinking the organization's attack surface, reducing security and privacy risk, and developing efficiencies in security technology.
Join IDC's leading European security research team to explore how security is now a strategic business imperative and how technology solutions are ensuring security while enabling support for organizations' digital transformation programs.
September 24, 2020
08:30 - 16:00
Enterprises need to integrate for effectiveness, automate for efficiency, build "security by design" into company culture, and outsource to specialists who can fill in any gaps around scale and capability.
Risk bridges the gap between security and business through quantification and context. A risk-driven security strategy will have greater impact and justify security investment.
New technologies arriving on the wave of digital transformation (DX) bring uncertainty from the control perspective. Setting a governance model that links business objectives and security goals is key to sustaining business performance.
Trust is the outcome of full alignment between security and business throughout the organization. Trust applies to governance, transactions, and supply ecosystems, creating a positive cycle of enhancing corporate and industry security practices.
Every day that an organization has systems compromised or suffers downtime can cost millions of dollars. Building resilience into the infrastructure is crucial for maintaining operations despite attacks or outages, and thus minimizing risk.
Complexity of threats and alert volumes are major challenges for security teams. Harnessing ML and AI for security automation empowers analysts to provide security value to the business while building security seamlessly into enterprise processes.
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Registration and Breakfast
Welcome by IDC
IDC Keynote: Elevating Security for Digital Trust and Risk Management
Research Director, IDC
Final Remarks and Networking
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