Are your network and cybersecurity teams having an internal tug-of-war?
If you answered “yes” to this question, you’re not alone.
In a recent report by IDG, it was found that 86% of organizations have suffered repercussions, including increased security breaches and data loss, due to lack of collaboration between these two departments.
On September 27 at 1PM EDT, join us for a live webinar with IDG’s Bob Bragdon, along with BlueCat’s Director of Product Marketing, Darren McPhee, to discuss the findings of the report, and what organizations can do to help bridge the network and cybersecurity divide.
You'll also learn:
- The main causes leading to network and cybersecurity dysfunction in North America’s leading global organizations
- How the cross-departmental tug-of-war over security responsibilities is making organizations less secure
- The common ground networking and cybersecurity teams can tackle for better collaboration
- The benefits of integrating cybersecurity and networking teams
- How some of North America’s leading global organizations are approaching security in a new light
If you haven’t read the report, you can get your copy here.
Founding Publisher of CSO
As Founding Publisher of the CSO media brand, the leading information resource for security, risk and privacy executives, Bob Bragdon leads all operations for the full CSO product line, including CSOonline.com, the CSO portfolio of national and regional events and the Security Smart Newsletter. A respected name in the both the security and media industries, he works closely with Chief Security Officers, law enforcement and security vendors providing thought leadership to identify, interpret and address the challenges of today's complex security and risk management environments.
Director of Product Marketing, BlueCat
Darren has close to 20 years of product management and marketing experience in the tech sector. In his current role as Director of Product Marketing at BlueCat, he’s focused on driving comprehensive marketing strategies for BlueCat’s Enterprise DNS solutions portfolio. He came to BlueCat from AMD, where he was responsible for the worldwide product marketing and content strategy for all of AMD consumer and commercial PC-related products.