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Security & Risk Professionals

Security & Risk Professionals need to evolve from security domain experts to business leaders responsible for managing risk, protecting the brand, and upholding customer trust.

To succeed, you must execute on a business technology agenda focused on delivering superior customer experience to drive growth; manage information risks to operations, profits, IP reputation, and customer trust; and effectively allocate resources while positioning security as an enabler, not inhibitor.

Who this role is for:

Chief Information Security Officer (CISO)
Chief Security Officer (CSO)
Chief Risk Officer (CRO)
IT Risk/Compliance Manager

Vice President and Group Director Laura Koetzle (00:47)

Challenges facing today's Security & Risk leaders:

Earn and retain customer trust.

Develop Identity And Access Management Metrics For Employee And Customer Processes

Maximize success and minimize digital disruption risks.

The Forrester Wave™: Application Security, Q4 2014

Secure mobile experiences.

The Future Of Mobile Security: Securing The Mobile Moment

The Mobile Security Playbook For 2015

Protect data from theft and misuse.

Market Overview: Cloud Data Protection Solutions

The Data Security And Privacy Playbook For 2015

Security & Risk Blog

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Latest Research For This Role

Report: Ten Critical Questions To Ask Before Adopting Identity-As-A-Service (IDaaS)

Use This Checklist To Gauge Your Firm's Fit And Identify Your Vendor Requirements

July 27, 2015 | Merritt Maxim

The rapid growth of the identity-as-a-service (IDaaS) market during the last few years means that security and risk (S&R) professionals now have a viable, and possibly even a preferable, alternative...

Report: Extend Compliance And Risk Management To What Really Matters For Your Business

Landscape: The Governance, Risk, And Compliance Playbook

July 24, 2015 | Renee Murphy

Governance, risk management, and compliance (GRC) programs have matured well over time. Unfortunately, this maturity has come mostly in response to new and changing regulations, leading to programs...

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