Navigating the growing threat landscape and planning for the future

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Risk and Security leaders in North America are invited to join this virtual roundtable on “Navigating the growing threat landscape and planning for the future.”.

An expert moderator will guide the knowledge-sharing event, stimulating discussion between participants in a closed, confidential environment. Attendance is by invitation only and complimentary. Registration is limited to a select number of guests per event.

Navigating the growing threat landscape and planning for the future

With an opportunity-rich, digital-first business landscape comes growing threats and limited resources. This leaves security and risk professionals with the tall task of mitigating unending risks and responding to events with the utmost efficiency. Furthermore, the rise of hybrid work has only complicated these operations.

Security posture is constantly changing with organizations working tirelessly to address vulnerabilities with modern technology. However, companies must look beyond the implementation of technology as smart metric tracking and data analysis are the keys to accurate reporting, ROI measurement, and swift detection and response.

  • What impact has a dispersed workforce had on security posture and duty of care?
  • How can companies accurately and effectively measure the success of their security and risk management?
  • What are security and risk professionals doing to stay ahead of emerging threat trends?

Join leaders interested in discussing the threats that companies face today and in the foreseeable future as well as how security and risk professionals are keeping their organizations secure.

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1:55 PM: Guests to check-in online
2:00 PM: Ortus Master of Ceremonies to make introductions
2:10 PM: Short introduction by Dataminr
2:15 PM: Discussion instigated by the moderator and continued by the guests
3:15 PM: Discussion brought to a close by the moderator

Hosted by Dataminr