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                CISO/CSO Strategic Advisement

                Without a strategy, you are putting out trashcan fires while the whole building may be burning down

                Key Benefits

                Leverage expertise from of a pool of former CISOs

                Improve insight to your threat landscape and risks

                Execute a measurable approach with a roadmap for the future

                Design your plan to resonate with the Board and Executives

                CISO/CSO Strategic Advisement

                Chris Bullock, Secureworks Managing Principal and Ashley Ferguson, Global Director of Secureworks Executive Advisory Services cover how CISO Strategic Advisement can help build or assess your strategy as a CISO, taking into account both an Executive level perspective of how you are going to build and support that program and how the success of the program will be conveyed to the Board and other Executives.

                Unfortunately, many Security Leaders are faced with too much to account for with too little time to strategize and properly develop an information security roadmap for the future.

                This approach typically leaves a Security Leader in tactical mode until a breach happens that forces an information security plan to be established.

                Secureworks CISO Strategic Advisement Services are customized and delivered by a team of former CISOs and other Executives that have designed and delivered successful information security programs to organizations of all sizes and industries around the world. Secureworks will help you build or assess your CISO strategy, taking into account both an Executive level perspective of how you are going to build and support that program and how the success of the program will be conveyed to the Board and other Executives. The end goal is to align the program to a measurable approach with an operational view that your CEO, CFO and Board will understand and support.

                What does it help you answer?

                • Is the cybersecurity plan designed from the lens of both Executives/Board and accounts for my industry?
                • Is the cybersecurity plan the result of a reaction to a breach or regulatory change and needs to be more proactive?
                • Does my program take into account the threat landscape and risks that my organization faces?
                • Does my program have a measurable approach to it that can be metrics driven?
                • Is my program being updated voluntarily and road mapped for years into the future?

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