2. Interpersonal Effectiveness and Creating Impact
Using key issues and insights identified in the Program Advancement sessions, participants will build critical communication approaches in a highly interactive session led by internationally recognized communications expert David Baldwin. The exercise, “Interpersonal Effectiveness: Creating Impact Through Communication and Influence,” works with the CALM model (Connect, Align, Learn, Motivate) to establish and leverage trust across key elements in any business relationship.
Scenario-based, interactive exercises tackle issues that matter to you and your peers. Building on the work you did earlier in the day, small groups will apply communication skills to real-world problems. The combination of communication skills training applied to practical questions, in a fun and focused peer environment, fast-tracks both problem solving and relationship building.
3. Vendor Assessment: Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB)
Lunch is followed by a spirited exercise aimed at increasing the effectiveness of vendor evaluations. Using a structured but straight-forward template, IANS faculty George Gerchow will peel back the layers of complexity when evaluating Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB) solutions. Vendors in this category will be rated based on industry input and IANS client work.
Three vendors will present their solutions with a short briefing. They leave the room for a facilitated discussion of perceived value, drawbacks, reactions, and suggestions. Participants leave with a practical approach to vendor evaluation and a clear idea of how to get the best from the sales process.
4. Emerging Issue: Leveraging AI and Machine Learning to Improve Security Operations
The formal portion of the day concludes with an in-depth look at how artificial intelligence and machine learning are bolstering efforts to secure the modern enterprise. This session will be led by IANS Faculty member Raffy Marty. This portion of the day will be a combination of presentation and facilitated discussion.
After spending the day learning and sharing ideas with your peers, it’s time to relax. It’s been fun, but now it’s unstructured and accompanied by food and drink. Take the time to enjoy new connections and renew old acquaintances before heading back to your field of action.
As an IANS client and past participant in our CISO Roundtable, you know how quickly these days fill up. If you are new to IANS’ CISO Roundtables, you will discover a high-energy group of peers who freely share ideas and challenges in a venue that is private, confidential, and by invitation-only. Peer exchange and community combined with first-rate industry expertise and practicality are field marks of the offering.