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Full Session: Cognitive Risk and the Nature of Threat
When it comes to cybersecurity — and security in general — we're bringing yesterday's war to today's battlefield. In these circumstances, leadership is the art of making the best decisions with the knowledge available. Making those decisions will require accurate data, clear analysis and thought without interference. This CDW Tech Talk session explores why IT leaders should think consider the cognitive risk tied to the digital transformation brought on by the pandemic and how they can address it. Find full coverage of the CDW Tech Talk here.
Ben Hammersley, Host of Cybercrimes with Ben Hammersley, Author and Futurist
Bob Bragdon, Worldwide Managing Director, CSO
- IT leaders today play a large role in shaping how their organizations think.
- With the shift to remote work, IT leaders should focus on their cognitive infrastructure as well as their physical or digital infrastructure. This involves thinking about how employees interact with applications, devices, networks and data outside the typical work environment.
- Cognitive infrastructure risks include bad inputs, bad mental models, bad environments and bad outputs.