BOSTON, April 14, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Phil Gardner, Founder and CEO of IANS, and Stan Dolberg, IANS' Chief Research Officer, will share their insights on "The 7 Factors of CISO Impact" at the 2015 RSA Conference. The session will take place Wednesday, April 22 at 8:00 AM – 8:50 AM in Moscone West Room 3005.
RSA Conference is the world's leading information security conference and exposition. It brings together top information security professionals and business leaders to discuss emerging information security trends, and the best strategies for tackling current and future threats. This year's event is in San Francisco at The Moscone Center April 20-24. IANS is the world's largest privately held independent information security advisory firm.
The session, "IANS Research – The 7 Factors of CISO Impact," will focus on IANS' quantitative assessment data and reveal the capabilities that CISOs and InfoSec teams need in order to drive greater business impact. Based on over 340 interviews and quantitative diagnostic results, the IANS research findings deliver actionable insights that attendees can take away and use to advance their own impact within their organizations. See more at: https://www.rsaconference.com/events/us15/agenda/sessions/1582/ians-research-the-7-factors-of-ciso-impact#sthash.JEJ5B98n.dpuf.
"There is a tangible effort among CISOs and teams who are attempting to 'up our game' and gain a seat at the leadership table. Recognizing that we are part of a larger ecosystem is a pervasive theme and there is an entire track around C-suite effectiveness at RSA this year," states Jason Witty, CISO US Bancorp and member of the RSA Conference Program Committee. "One of the more interesting sessions is being offered from IANS Research about the 7 Factors of CISO Impact. This session will uncover how CISOs and teams are driving toward getting a seat at the 'big kids table' by communicating with the board about how they are having impact on the business."
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IANS was founded in 2001 as the Institute for Applied Network Security. Inspired by the Harvard Business School experience of interactive discussions driving collective insights, IANS adapted that format to fit the needs of the information security community.