What would you ask for if your organization came to you tomorrow and said they’d provide you with the resources and the authority you need to “fix” information security? The chief information security officers from Stanford University, Princeton University, and the University of Pennsylvania have all experienced a moment like this in the past 18 months, a moment they describe as both electrifying and terrifying. They will share their thoughts and lessons learned on their top priorities in a panel discussion, soliciting significant audience feedback and participation to inform the ideal wish list for any security program.
Outcomes: Learn the top 3 things every CISO should be asking for * Understand what not to do in this situation * Engage with panelists and attendees to develop their own wish lists
Assoc CIO and VP for IT, University of Pennsylvania
CISO and Chief Privacy Officer, Stanford University
Associate Vice President and Chief Privacy Officer, University of Connecticut
Chief Information Security Officer, Princeton University