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Over 50% of your company don’t know who you are. Change that

Over 50% of your company don’t know who you are. Change that

Despite the pandemic accelerating the importance of cyber security, less than half of global business leaders and employees can name their CISO, a new report finds. Here’s how you can change that. By Rene Millman

Less than half of global business leaders, employees and consumers know who their CISO is – according to a new report from BT. The survey of more than 7,000 people found that a similar number said their security leaders never actively communicated with them.

The report highlights a lack of visibility of CISOs within their organisations. According to BT security managing director Kevin Brown, CISOs must ensure they have the visibility that “not only makes them the first port-of-call for security incidents but also ensures they’re placed at the heart of strategic decision making and planning”.

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How to Automate the Lifecycle of Joiners, Movers, and Leavers With No-Code Solutions

Streamlining the lifecycle of joiners, movers, and leavers using no-code automation

The process of onboarding new employees and quickly removing departing staff profiles can be both time-consuming and labour-intensive.
In this live webinar, we will look at how to streamline these processes to save time and resources, and providing a smooth experience for both admins and employees.

Key takeaways:
  • Understanding the importance of securing the joiners, movers and leavers process
  • Exploring successful attacks that occurred due to errors in managing these transitions
  • Discover which advanced controls can be utilized
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