Modern tech leaders exhibit specific behaviours and attitudes, which have changed over time. It’s to be expected as the evolution of the role demands more insight, practicality, and vision.
This is no longer about understanding what’s being done against cyber threats, it’s about getting it done, and getting it done now.
Cyber Security maturity stagnates because CISOs are structurally prevented from looking beyond day-to-day firefighting
Clarity of roles and responsibilities across Security and IT, and a clear approach putting People and Process first ahead of ready-made Technology solutions, form the only basis on which cyber security maturity can grow, across any organisation, large or small.
As we look towards the next decade, the industry must pivot towards a clearer execution focus: Security cannot be seen any more JUST as a matter of risk appetite or as a box-checking exercise
Nobody can be reasonably expected to be GENUINELY and EFFECTIVELY credible from the board down, across all managerial and technical layers of the enterprise, and transversally across all its silos, from HR to Legal, Procurement or Compliance – and of course across all geographies and cultures for global firms.This profile simple does not exist
Culture is more important than ever. Employees want to be creative, they’re seeking purpose and employers who get that. Victoria Higgin has long been an advocate for healthy culture. In this conversation, with Content Director Nic Jennings, she speaks about some of the principles she embeds in her approach as a tech leader.