CIO & CISO STRATEGY MEETING

Rewire, Reinvent, Simplify, Secure

November 10, 2020 | Missouri | Virtual Event

A Knowledge Exchange Program for Corporate IT & Security Leaders

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Discussion based gathering of CIOs, CISOs, CTOs and SVPs/VPs from the largest companies in the U.S.

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Select 4-5 discussion groups out of over 25 topic-specific options to fit your priorities and planned initiatives

Each group is led by a Fortune 1000 CIO or CISO and attended by no more than 16 executives

Select specific engagements with solution providers based on your current needs and planned initiatives

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WHAT IS THE STRATEGY MEETING?

The CIO & CISO Strategy Meeting is a discussion based gathering of IT and Security leaders from the largest 2000 US companies. This event is invite only and attended strickly by CIOs, CISOs, CTOs and SVPs / VPs of IT and IT Security.

WHY IS IT UNIQUE?

As opposed to a traditional conference setting with a speaker/ audience format, the “discussion group” environment demands group participation which leads to a sharing of ideas and experiences at multiple levels and stages of implementation.

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NETWORKING OPPORTUNITIES

Each CIO and CISO are engaged with 2-3 sponsors they want to meet with. Their selection is based solely on current and planned initiatives and interest in the product/service offerings of the attending sponsors.

DISCUSSION TOPICS INCLUDE:

*New for 2020

CIO Leadership: The Need for Resilience *

Redesign the organization and change management strategies that focus on outcomes

  • Maintain focus and remain steadfast on the company’s purpose
  • Develop adaptive recruitment and retention talent management strategies
  • Use technology and people to quickly course-correct as conditions changes
The Future of Work: Post-COVID-19 *

Understand the ramification for your organization

  • How will you adapt your leadership style to fit remote team needs?
  • What is the impact on reengineering workforce planning?
  • How will you balance empathy and performance requirements?
Developing an IT Innovation Culture Aligned with the Business Culture

Creating and maintaining an innovative, business-focused culture in your organization

  • Driving innovation throughout the organization
  • Identifying the steps to align your staff and business to work together
  • Successfully applying change management to transformational challenges
IT Transformation: Rewiring CIO Behavior *

How will you reinvent your IT organization to become smarter about driving value?

  • Reinvent your IT organizational model to meet business demands in new digital and cognitive domains
  • Renew your strategic thinking to drive relevancy beyond traditional dimensions
  • Simplify your IT through open standards and external talent management
Adaptive IT vs. Alignment IT: Developing an IT Strategy to Meet Your Organization's Needs *

How do you manage the tension between adapting to technological change and maintaining your organization’s strengths?

  • Adapt: Create a culture of innovation that embraces risk-taking and learning from failures
  • Align: Identify your organization’s core strengths and sustain them
  • Lead: Structure your IT department to do both successfully
IT Cost Optimization *

Why protecting your innovation funding is critical to your organization’s long-term success?

  • Develop IT financial transparency to support cost-related decisions?
  • Engage business stakeholders and identify the opportunities to shift IT Investment during difficult times
  • Leverage the existing IT resources
CISO and CIO Metrics for the Board

Information security has increased visibility with the corporate board of directors.  

  • When the CEO says the board wants to discuss the security strategy, will you be ready? 
  • Do you have a risk-based approach to security and how do you prioritize investments? 
  • Are you effectively demonstrating the maturity of your security posture over time?
Cloud Migration Strategy

How to use cloud strategies to reduce premise resource dependencies

  • Moving to a virtual, cloud-connected workforce to mitigate external disruptions
  • How office closures, social distancing, and shelter-in-place orders have impacted cloud use and acceptance 
  • How to improve the customer experience while delivering innovation
Build an Enterprise-Wide IT Security Strategy

How to strengthen the security posture of your organization?

  • Establish risk tolerance and appetite
  • Determine where you are at and where you want to be
  • Leverage security frameworks and best practices to implement your strategy
Strategic IT Modernization *

Why the consumerization of IT is a critical driver for the CIO’s strategic mission?

  • Accelerate your organizational and technological innovation to respond to market or workplace need
  • Help architect your digital strategies to elevate stakeholder satisfaction and customer acquisition
  • Embrace the API economy while continuing to safeguard and secure IT systems

FACILITATORS:

Riaz Yusuff

Chief Information Officer
University of Minnesota

Mohammad Tausifuddin

Senior Business Consultant-Global Information Security
Zurich Services

Matthew Ireland

Chief Information Security Officer
NTT Research

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