ISE® Fireside Webinar

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Original broadcast: May 12, 2020
Duration: 45 minutes

Sponsored by:



Marci McCarthy

Marci McCarthy
CEO and President of T.E.N.
CEO and Chairman of ISE® Talent


Guy Bejerano
CEO & Co-Founder


Yaron Levi
Chief Information Security Officer
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Kansas City

Jed Young
VP, Chief Information Security Officer

Most security teams struggle to communicate with business executives in a strategic manner. Business executives likewise struggle to translate security metrics into business indicators they can work with. Cybersecurity executives are tasked with helping the C-suite and board understand complicated issues, such as how much enterprise security posture changed in the past year as well as the impact their latest investments yielded for endpoint security defense. For that, they need to use the right language and metrics. Today, more executives are learning that control maturity scores are an insufficient measure of defense. They’d like to understand how secure the organization is in the face of all cyber threats that are active in the wild at any given time. While security teams have great insight, there is a gap between reporting baseline measures of the organization’s security posture to executives, mapping the security posture to specific threats of immediate concern and presenting data-driven metrics to support actionable mitigations that will assure the board that the organization is well protected. Join our conversation as we discuss effective methods for security teams to collect actionable metrics about their enterprise security posture; how to determine organization-wide preparedness for specific types of threats and strategies for improvement; and ways to communicate these insights to the board and cross-functional teams effectively.

Attendees of the ISE® Fireside Webinars will receive 1 CPE upon its conclusion.

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