Here’s what attendees can expect from this year’s event.
The Humanity Underlying Cybersecurity Strategies
The past few years have seen a shift in expectations from both customers and employees that signals a greater sense of social responsibility.
Organizations have been pivoting to meet these new expectations, developing programs and policies to promote diversity, equity and inclusion. IT leaders must factor these elements into their decision-making, and security has a role to play, as well.
Data Privacy Remains a Prominent Concern for IT Leaders
Protecting the privacy of data is complicated, requiring risk mitigation and conforming to legislative and regulatory oversight. Organizations must keep up with the latest requirements to avoid vulnerability.
Cybercriminals are continuously developing new and more sophisticated attack techniques to infiltrate systems, disrupt operations, exfiltrate data and demand payment via ransomware attacks. To protect against such damaging incidents, organizations must stay on top of next-generation trends in cybercrime.
In addition, IT leaders must be vigilant in protecting their employees, customer data, applications and workloads across varied platforms. These range from on-premises data centers to public, private and multicloud environments and extend to the edge, where much of today’s valuable data is generated and managed.