Friday 1 March, 11am-12noon (GMT)
Join us for a series of thought-provoking, myth-busting, jargon-free sessions on a business-critical topic that affects and involves all of us in the security business.
We will clarify what change management is, the bones of the steps involved, and why doing it well is critical for us as people, for our profession, and for our wider organisation’s very survival.
At our Thought Leadership event on Thursday 25 January, we followed the story of an organisation that experienced a security breach a few years ago.
Some awareness raising was done at the time, plus some policy and process changes, while infosec had the ear of senior management. It didn’t result in consistent change in attitudes towards security or ways of working, though. Now, most people have forgotten, moved on, or are new to the organisation.
People are overloaded with changes coming at them from all over their organisations. How can we be heard over all this noise? And what’s at stake if we don’t get this right?
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Across our whole organisation
Organisation-wide culture change is not something that happens automatically. It has to be carefully planned, executed and reviewed for impact. It requires careful communication and giving the right people the right things to do, and at the right time for it to stick.
There are several recognised models of organisational change. We will look at the pros and cons of each so you can pick the ones that will work best for you in your organisation.
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Guest chaired by
Jane Wilson, Principal Enterprise Security Risk Manager, DWP
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