Audience: Anyone looking to move up in the information risk management world.
As it pertains to your role in the information security world, whether you are a CISO (strategic), a Risk Assessment Specialist (tactical) or a Security Engineer (operational) with your dreams set on the C-suite, Vision always remains a critical success factor.
A strategic, risk-based approach to information security is the direction most businesses are moving in, for good reason. A business must have clarity around organizational context and how information security meets the spirit and intent of overall business risk management in order to be successful.
Vision, or high-level strategy, must be simplified if you are expecting to be successful and remain upwardly mobile. You must have the ability to tell a great story to a variety of audiences and stakeholders, without confusing them. That begs the question “Where do I start”?
In this session, you’ll leave with a better understanding of how the Board and C-level thinks about information risk management and you’ll have more clarity around your own thoughts as it pertains to strategy and execution in your own career.
- Clarity around how your C-levels view information risk management
- Tips and tricks to simplify your own vision
- Tools to begin self-improvement right away
About Travis Hyde
Three very important things can make a company successful, vision, traction and relationships. Travis works tirelessly to ensure the success of his clients by helping them clarify and communicate effective risk management strategies to stakeholders of all types. He also understands how important relationships are to the success of the person responsible for information risk management in a business, whether that be Fortune 500 or a start-up company. From the Board Level through to the technical/operational level, an information risk management leader must engage stakeholders and create a shared vision.
Travis has become a subject matter expert in strategy simplification, making it easier for his clients to gain traction on their vision. As the role of the information security leader evolves and a top-down, risk-based approach is now a mandatory requirement, Travis is there to help his clients realize their vision both personally and on behalf of their employer.