ISSA Webinar: What It Takes to be a CISO in 2017

  • February 10, 2017
    11:00 am - 12:00 pm


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Join us for our ISSA CISO Mentoring webinar. Our CISO executives will help you envision the security enterprise leader of tomorrow, and the path it takes to reach that pinnacle. This will guide CISO up-and-comers in what it takes to land this role, what the CISO of the future looks like, and steps you can take, to build a CISO career. We are reaching out to the next generation of security leaders. Our CISOs will share their passion, purpose and expert insights to assist your journey.
Each day in the life of a CISO will be different, as priorities change and interruptions abound. Join me as we look at atypical (if there is such a thing) day of a CISO.

This presentation will cover:

  • Expectations of a CISO 2007 vs. 2017
  • Is CISO the Impossible Job?
  • Challenges
  • Internal Partnerships
  • The Roadmap
  • Reaching Out
  • So What Does it Take?
  • Critical CISO Activities

Who Should Attend:
Security professionals who desire a CISO role: Junior executives, new graduates from bachelor or master security degree programs, and up-and-coming security talent who aspire to the CISO position. Have you graduated with a security and have unfulfilled ambition to help fill a CISO chair?

About Our CISO Speaker: Doug Copley
With nearly 25 years’ experience in IT, information security and data privacy, Doug Copley is a passionate advocate and evangelist for effective information security and data privacy risk management for both organizations and individuals. Doug has held various roles throughout his career including those of Chief Privacy Officer and Chief Information Security Officer. Doug was the co-founder and past Chairman of the Michigan Healthcare Cybersecurity Council and remains a member of the Michigan Financial Services Industry Cybersecurity Council. Doug is currently with Forcepoint as Deputy CISO and Security & Privacy Strategist where he not only provides oversight of internal security efforts, but also stays tuned to industry threats and best practices and provides thought leadership and advice to leaders across industries. Doug can frequently be found speaking or blogging on information security, data privacy and leadership topics for everyone’s benefit.

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