People, Process, and Technology: How Financial Services Have Underutilized their People
Financial services organizations—ranging from large to regional banks, credit unions, insurance providers, fintech, and broker-dealers—are 300 times more vulnerable to cyber attacks. Addressing cyber risk means investing in people, process, and technology, but for many organizations, long-term investments in people are under-pursued. Cybersecurity personnel are often overlooked as a key driver behind business success. And not all financial services organizations have the same resources, creating an inequality in cybersecurity talent that boils down to who can pay the most for top-tier personnel.
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Professional services firms are dealing with large volumes of client documents and data, which is often highly sensitive. The way that it is stored, managed, and collaborated on—both internally and with clients—can significantly impact the quality of the client experience your firm is able to provide. During this exclusive fireside chat, industry experts will discuss three key ways in which better client information management can ultimately help your firm increase utilization, reduce risk, and enhance your reputation through Productivity, Collaboration and Information Governance.
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Government agencies across Federal, State and Local are going through forced digital transformation at an unprecedented rate - but when overnight transformation happens a cloud of uncertainty lingers. How are they prioritizing digitization and are we compromising security in doing so? Our Country's CISOs and InfoSec leaders must be predictive in order to be selective and diligent - a line our CISO panel walk
3 CISOs within from our top government agencies will make their predictions live on the CISOpanel at CISOonline Government... A roadmap for leaders to benchmark while paving their own path.
Diverse Visions are insights built on various educational, economic, cultural, and environmental perspectives. When brought together, these factors build into an understanding that can inspire teams through lived experiences, and authentic expertise.
Meet our panelists; all of whom embrace ‘Diversity as an Asset’ as they strive to build diverse strategic teams in order to enlighten daily decisions historically reserved for those who inherited seniority, educational or economical advantages.