January 2022
12:00 pm
Public Event

Boosting Security — Partnering for Cyber Defense and Resilience

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The recent spike in sophisticated cyberattacks and business disruptions highlights the critical need for enterprises to modernize their response and recovery plans.

As businesses continue to expand their digital footprints, today’s enterprise risk landscape is more complex than ever. From data breaches and ransomware attacks to talent churn and supply chain disruptions, threats are escalating faster than inhouse IT teams can handle—75% of organizations have experienced disaster incidents in the past 24 months that required recovery plan activation. The shift to remote work and the acceleration of digital transformation plans spurred by the pandemic have also led to an exponential increase in the attack surface hackers can target. Forging powerful security partnerships that embrace cyber resilience—everything from IT risk management, cybersecurity and data protection to business continuity and disaster recovery capabilities—is therefore essential.

Join us for the second episode in the Building Winning Tech Ecosystems For A Fast-Changing World series, where you’ll hear top IT leaders share their insights and advice for collaborating effectively with partners to build robust resilience strategies that enable them to anticipate, withstand and recover from cyberattacks and compromises.

You’ll learn:

  • How cyberattacks can occur as a result of technical issues including hard to spot hardware and software failures
  • What enterprises are doing to reimagine their risk posture and resilience preparedness in the face of their own big digital ambitions
  • How to best partner with service providers to recover from a data breach or cyberattack and contain future cyber threats

Speakers Include:

Kris Lovejoy

Kris Lovejoy

Global Practice Leader, Security & Resiliency


Martin Giles

Martin Giles

CIO Network Editor


Dawn Cappelli

Dawn Cappelli

VP & Chief Information Security Officer

Rockwell Automation