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The 'WHY'

We all need to chip in and help security professionals protecting our data to upskill their knowledge in quantum to be better prepared to face quantum threats. Why we care about it? XXXXXXXXXXXX. Why you should contribute?

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Free quantum training for Security Leaders and Teams

The 'WHAT'

This is a series of videos and blogs that focus on security excellence and best business practice. The goal is to share ideas that help improve operational resilience and business continuity and be ready for future technology such as quantum, 5G, IIoT, etc. It’s all about your opinions based on your expertise. There is no right or wrong answer, just different perspectives and food for thought. Our interviews are typically based on three questions. We aim for 5 minutes per question and if you wish to extend your answer - go ahead!

The 'HOW'

We are Security Services & Operational Efficacy Optimization experts, therefore, we propose to design the training content in a similar way we approach SOC (Security Operations Center) optimization projects. Two below steps illustrate how various aspects of security is bridged with ever-changing business needs.

Step 1

Cybersecurity impact on business at all verticals

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Step 2

What we need to consider for each business vertical (the scope)

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We are Security Services & Operational Efficacy Optimization experts, therefore, we propose to design the training content in a similar way we approach SOC (Security Operations Center) optimization projects. Two below steps illustrate how various aspects of security is bridged with ever-changing business needs.

For whom is the training aimed?
  • Chief Information Officer (CIO)

  • Chief Risk Officer (CRO)

  • Digital Transformation / Change Management 

  • Chief Information Security Officer (CISO)

  • Head of Cyber Resilience / Defense 

  • Business Continuity / Operational Resilience

  • Security Operations Center (SOC) Manager

  • Security Architect

  • Security Engineer

  • Security Analyst

Limitations
Proposed Content

1. One of the challenges many Security Leaders face is finding the right cybersecurity talent and retention. What do you do to enhance Security Operations employee experience, motivate and nurture a future-ready Security Operations team?

 

2. How do you quantify the value of security-aware culture?

 

3. What is your advice on the effective management and continuous training of a dispersed Incident Response Plan stakeholders?

 

4. Automation, Machine Learning (ML), Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies are being adopted within the Security Operations environment with more confidence. In your opinion, how will the role and importance of human experts change over the next three to five years?

 

5. What technical and non-technical skills do you consider important to ensure effective cyber resilience and defence of your organization?

 

6. A SANS Institute study suggests that the top barrier to Security Operations excellence is staff availability. What status quo would you challenge (or have challenged) to help increase Security Operations agility and efficiency in short-term and long-term?