Monday, November 9, 2015

Cybersecurity: 5 key questions for every CEO

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The CEO's guide to cybersecurity
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Understand business impact of evolving cyberthreats with expert advice from AT&T and IDC — and learn why security initiatives must start with the CEO.
Cybersecurity: what every CEO needs to know
NOV 17 11:00 AM US ET 8:00 AM US PT
Cybersecurity threats are constantly evolving, and when a single breach can cause a 22% drop in net earnings1 over the next four quarters, it's vital to keep ahead of the changes. Especially for CEOs, who may ultimately be held accountable.

Join us for a live webinar on November 17th to get insights from IDC's Christina Richmond and Jason Porter of AT&T. They'll be looking at the five questions CEOs must ask about cybersecurity, and why it's essential that security initiatives start at the top.

In just one hour you'll learn:
Why CEOs should take charge of cybersecurity initiatives
How quickly security threats are growing and changing — and the implications for every business
Why dealing with cyberthreats must be a continual, proactive process
Who should attend?
CEOs, board members and other C-level executives, as well as senior IT executives who want to get a CEO's view of cybersecurity.
Meet the experts
Jason Porter
Jason Porter
Vice President, Security Solutions

Jason Porter currently leads AT&T cyber security business, consisting of network, premises, cloud and mobile security products, as well as threat management and security consulting. In his 13 years with AT&T, Jason has held a number of leadership positions spanning engineering, strategy, operations and marketing.
Christina Richmond
Christina Richmond
Program Director, Infrastructure Security Services

Christina Richmond is responsible for IDC's worldwide research and analysis on enterprise and service provider security consulting and integration services. She identifies trends and analyzes strategies that are critical to the success of security-focused IT suppliers, global system integrators, and service providers.
"Security is not simply a CIO, CSO, or IT department issue. Breaches, leaked documents, and cybersecurity attacks impact stock prices and competitive edge."
AT&T Cybersecurity Insights, Volume 1, 2015
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