Zero Trust Too Daunting? These CISOs Offer an Alternative

Zero Trust Too Daunting? These CISOs Offer an Alternative

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The shift to remote work forced organizations to accelerate their digital transformation initiatives, creating significant security risks. While a zero-trust model may mitigate work from home risks, it may not be realistic for smaller organizations. However, there are several steps CISOs can take to improve their security profile as part of a broader digital transformation.

CISO Street recently moderated a virtual CISO panel and asked panelists about their perspectives on current cyber trends and challenges. In this video, Devin Shirley, CISO for Arkansas Blue Cross Blue Shield, Marc Ashworth, CISO & Senior VP for First Bank, and Mia Boom-Ibes, VP Information Security Strategy, Innovation & Analytics for Allstate Insurance Company share how they see their security strategies changing going forward.

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