Is security ready to engage with the wider education environment, especially with the senior directive?
March 17th 2020, 6:30PM
The Ivy, The Pavilion | Manchester, UK
Security is under pressure to drive impact beyond the deployment of technology and blocking threats. Specifically, security must learn how to deliver business value. IDC’s research shows that the reality for many European security teams is an over-burden of menial tasks caused by the poor security behavior of other employees, rather than implementing high value work.
Explore how board-level sponsorship of security will help raise awareness and build the profile of security teams with a long term goal to embed initiatives into the vision of the company. How can Identity management help security teams achieve this goal?
Our dinner series brings together senior security professionals from the education sector to explore how to cease the opportunity to harness the power of identity to address business issues and add real value.
Led by an independent facilitator, it provides an excellent opportunity for a candid exchange amongst peers.
The Ivy Spinningfields
Address: The Pavilion, Byrom St, Manchester M3 3HG
Tuesday, 17th March 2020 | 6:30PM
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