There’s no doubt that the security threat landscape has become increasingly complex and sophisticated. The question is no longer if an organization will be impacted by a significant crisis or disruption, but when. It’s a reality that today’s security leaders have to contend with—no matter their size, industry or location.
And as the COVID-19 pandemic taught us, today’s security leaders must move from being crisis managers to crisis leaders. This requires them to leverage the latest tools and technologies, develop the most relevant skill sets in their people, and build processes and cultures that are future-proofed for accelerating threat trajectories.