In this new blog series, Vectra has unleashed The Masked CISO – a disguised warrior fighting for an entire industry of ticked-off security bosses. Using their decades of experience, the Masked CISO is exposing the biggest issues in security today – from outdated tools to rushed digital transformation – giving their peers direct advice on how to overcome them.
The Masked CISO
Our Vectra Masked CISO series tackles some of the biggest issues in security and how to overcome them.
The Vectra Masked CISO series gives security leaders a forum for discussing the biggest issues in security and advising their peers on how to overcome them.
The role of the CISO has never been clearly defined, and every CISO works differently.They are under a lot of pressure, and this leads to regular rotation of roles. The Masked CISO explains how this could be stopped if CISOs were given more autonomy and responsibility.
A threat-led approach is key to an organisation’s security strategy. CISOs should measure security based on their ability to discover if they’ve been breached, mean time to breach when testing security, or the mean time to detect unknown threats.
Agile has its uses. It’s increasingly being adopted as a technology wide operating model—to drive transformation everywhere, from helpdesks to datacenters. But is it always appropriate?
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