Event submitted on Thursday, August 12th 2021, approved by Content Team ✓
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Because of the frequent changes in regulations, building security programs around gold-standard standards has never been more critical. When it comes to risk and compliance management, businesses need to rely on frameworks that connect both technical and business leadership. If you’re working within the risk and 3rd-Party space then you should consider attending this fantastic conference – highly recommended!
Conference Event Summary
The following description was either submitted by the Conference Organizer on Thursday, August 12th 2021, or created by us.
CyberSaint is thrilled to be hosting our inaugural STRONGER conference, September 28-30, 2021.
The virtual conference will be three days focused on top-of-mind challenges security and business leaders face in the digital age and we hope to see you there!
Each day will focus on a different aspect of the digital landscape through the lens of industry thought leaders, CyberSaint subject matter experts, partners, and community members. If you’re interested in participating as a speaker at STRONGER, please click here.
STRONGER 2021 Tracks:
Tuesday, September 28th: Frameworks & Standards
With the rapid shift of regulatory requirements, gold-standard frameworks that guide the ongoing development of a security program have never been more important. In the Frameworks & Standards track, we dive into how organizations can take a holistic approach to risk and compliance management using frameworks to bridge the gap between technical and business leadership.
Wednesday, September 29th: Security & Risk
To succeed in the digital age, risk must shift from a reactive to a proactive function within the organization. Enabled by real-time risk solutions and a wave of demand at the Board level for cyber and IT risk insights, security and risk teams are shifting their relationship from siloed to integrated. In this track, we explore the new age of cyber and IT risk management and how security teams can leverage new data coming from risk teams.
Thursday, September 30th: CISOs in the Boardroom and Beyond
In this track, we dive into the soft skills that technical leaders haven’t historically needed but are absolute necessities in the digital age. From cultivating business relationships to presenting their security posture in a business context, security leaders have to straddle business and technology in ways we’ve never seen before. These sessions will empower you with the skills necessary to build essential relationships and enhance communication across the enterprise while managing a technical business function.