Security Culture and Talent Development
In today’s tight market for technological talent, where there aren’t enough people or skills to fill all the required positions, trying to hire highly skilled local talent can be daunting or, even worse, impossible.
By late 2027, those organizations that become less hierarchical, more collaborative, more agile, and adopt a more relationally led approach, known as “relational leadership,” will improve their leadership effectiveness by 80%.
The IT labor market has significantly tightened, making it very difficult to attract and retain talent. Security and risk management leaders must decide how to address skills shortages and whether to offer higher compensation, perks and incentives, training and reskilling to increase retention.
Security and risk management leaders have a responsibility to ensure their workforce can operate in a digital business. To do so, leaders must look past the skills shortage to identify and develop relevant competencies for their workforce to ensure alignment with digital business objectives.
Security talent, cybersecurity, privacy and integrated risk management are covered in depth at this year's conference. Seats are filling fast. View Pricing