SASIG Academy: Getting Cyber Healthy with the Doctor - How to self-check your health and improve your cyber hygiene
This final Academy session of the series provides a guided method of assessing cyber health and cyber hygiene in a managed estate, or individual computer. A focus on build, services configuration, network use, user behaviour and rights, and data management will be illustrated in a cyber-risk taxonomy - to identify hygiene and exigent risks for situational cybersecurity awareness.
Recorded on: Thursday 17th December 2020
Taking care of ourselves: Strategies to identify and manage professional stress
Throughout lockdown, many of us have focussed on supporting others whilst enabling business to function. But we have focussed less on our mental health and resilience. How far should personal responsibility as a leader extend? In this roundtable, we will examine our pressures and discuss ways we can maintain our own business, team and family resilience.
Recorded on: Wednesday 18th November 2020
Bridging the gap between the C-Suite and security: Why CEOs should care about data privacy and compliance
By 2024, CEOs will be held personally liable for data breaches. That's why the C-Suite must understand why data privacy and cybersecurity are crucial and how these functions support overall business goals. We'll explore the benefits of compliance (beyond just avoiding fines) and how security leaders can better communicate risk, opportunity, and cybersecurity ROI.
Recorded on: Monday 9th November 2020
Optimising for the future: Can automation supercharge your IT teams?
Expectations around work-life balance have evolved: Some employees may return to the office; others may never do so. Organisations are exploring whether this model should be permanent. However, 85% of IT leaders believe this will stretch their security teams and will need extra resources. We explore how innovative technologies can help relieve this burden.
Recorded on: Thursday 22nd October 2020
The role of the non-executive director within cybersecurity
The non-executive director's (NED) role is vital in providing independent oversight and constructive challenge to the board. As boards increasingly focus on cybersecurity as a business risk, three experienced NEDs discuss how this important role can contribute to your organisation's approach to understanding and mitigating this risk.