The CIO & CISO Strategy Meeting is coming to Boston on April 23, 2019!
As a CIO & CISO, how are you preparing your organization for your future organizational technology?
We are excited to expand our CIO Strategy Meeting Series in Boston to bring the CIOs, CTOs and the CISOs and see the value in each position and how they play a critical role in the modern organization.
Digitization is increasing the threats of the landscape and creating the need for the CIO and CISO to work together more than ever before to operate in the modern industry and to rethink, adapt and securely transform their organization into the digital age.
We picked areas that we considered are critical for the CIOs & CISOs in their future planning and up for discussion at the CIO & CISO Strategy Meeting, Boston 2019.
CIO Driving Growth
The modern CIO must adapt to meet the demands of today’s digital environment and adopt the leadership skills to perform in the new environment and the ability to shift the focus to non-IT areas that drive business growth.
Business Engagement Strategy
How the CIO can create teams to interact directly with the stakeholders, develop a strategy to upgrade the workforce as part of the transition, and adapt and collaborate with the rest of business and offer expertise on the digital abilities and ambitions of their business partners.
How has digital transformation changed the way your company creates value for your customers, business partners and competitors, what do you need to do to become a digital business, and what are the opportunities and challenges in the era of digitization?
The Modern CIO & CISO Roles
Cyber security threats and breaches has greatly transformed the relationship between the modern CIO & CISO as threatening events continue to impact businesses. Now more than ever the modern CIO & CISO must work together to mitigate the risks of a cyber-attack on your organization, and work from top to bottom to support the IT challenges.
The Shift in the Cooperate Cybersecurity
As technology reaches new heights, it is essential to determine the risk versus the rewards of the cyberspace, and develop a business plan that identifies threats and build critical capabilities your organization need to possess to increase resilience from cyberspace threat.
Our panel of facilitators will lead the attending CIOs, CTOs, and CISOs in a series of group discussions that help you prepare for your organization’s future technology.
Visit the CIO & CISO Strategy Meeting website for more updates about this year’s program, facilitators, sponsors, and how to register.
Or contact Jason Walter Jwalter@ncsmadison.com for details.
Don’t miss out on attending!