The nature of cyber threats is changing, attackers are exploiting uncertainty, unprecedented situations, new working conditions and rapid IT and organisational changes. As a result, cybersecurity has become more critical than ever, from earning customer trust, securing intellectual property to protecting the brand. This has put IT Security Leaders under increasing pressure.
Recently, security had to be reactive to the sudden demand in remote working caused by COVID-19 to stop the treats and increase in attacks caused by stolen or compromised credentials, misconfigured cloud servers, human error or system glitches.1 But how can you create an effective security program that meets the demands of customers, employees and boards of directors when the future is so uncertain and unknown?
To help IT Security Leaders prepare for the future trends that will impact the dynamics of your business and understand where new threats are likely to come from, IBM together with CorporateLeaders are hosting a live and interactive chat show with futurist Richard Van Hooijdonk and cybersecurity expert Maxwell Keyte, Security Leader BeNeLux, IBM
During this live and exclusive show, Virginie Claes will uncover the megatrends that will shape business and society and their impact on cybersecurity with our experts:
1 IBM cost of a data breach report
Trendwatcher, futurist and international keynote speaker Richard van Hooijdonk takes you to an inspiring future that will dramatically change the way we live, work and do business.
Trendwatcher, futurist and international keynote speaker
Virginie specialises in giving multilingual business presentations, moderating debates and hosting events and product launches.
TV Presenter, moderator and former Miss Belgium
Maxwell Keyte heads up Security for IBM in the Benelux. He leads a team of 230 experts who shape and deliver security projects.
Security Leader BeNeLux, IBM
"Fantastic meeting with a lot of open sharing from companies in different industries and disciplines. I got a lot of good ideas as feedback on my own initiatives that we drive in the company and many good take-aways to drive innovation even further."
"I thought the event was great. What I liked was that there was a tight theme and there was a focus on people sharing and group problem solving and the dinner enabled a lot of relevant and interesting topics to surface and networking to occur.”
“If I were to describe the event in three words they will be fun, ideas, connection.”
‟These events are great every time I attend. I always leave with many new ideas.”
“The event was very inspiring and well conducted. A good investment of time.”
"Not only did I have the opportunity to learn from others' experiences but, I also met very interesting and inspiring people."
29 September 2020
As the world’s attention is consumed by the impacts of COVID-19, cybercriminals have seized the opportunity.
TechRepublic paints a vivid picture of the COVID-19 pandemic as “a breeding ground for phishing scams, skimming attacks and a host of other cybersecurity nasties” grimly seeking to exploit the situation.
29 September 2020
The Cost of Data Breach Report is a global report, combining results from 524 organizations across 17 countries and regions, and 17 industries to provide global averages.
The study offers statistics on how breaches occurred and what they cost last year, and recommendations to improve security measures.
29 September 2020
By March 2020, the novel coronavirus upended business (and cybersecurity) as usual for most organizations. CIOs and CISOs were forced to respond and reprioritize everything.
With the passage of time, organizations have forged ahead, encountered problems, and learned valuable lessons.