CIOs and IT executives are pioneers of change, continuously adapting and acclimating to new business environments amidst various types of disruption. These inspiring leaders are not only transforming the technology landscape within their organizations but are evolving the entire IT function to be future ready.
As we prepare to enter 2023, CIOs and their teams identify the top priorities for the new year to stay ahead of any unforeseen challenges and harness new opportunities. Main focuses will include increasing data accessibility, restructuring strategy frameworks, leveraging cloud and platform-based work, enhancing employee experiences, and re-evaluating digital transformation needs.
Join this Argyle: CIO Leadership Forum on December 6, 2022 which will address critical trends in IT including:
The risk of cyber conflict is on the rise and these threats are detrimental to the wellbeing of organizations in every industry. Therefore, adopting to a more threat-informed defense approach is critical in eliminating vulnerabilities, strengthening security frameworks, and measuring the efficacy of controls to withstand ransomware and other attacks. By focusing on tools and effective frameworks, such as MITRE ATT&ACK, IT teams will be able to successfully map TTPs back to the threat source that deployed them and ultimately eliminate gaps in security.
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Information Security Officer & AVP of IT Security
The world is changing. Employees, clients, and companies are evolving as we enter the next phase of the pandemic. What are they thinking, where are they going – A CIO’s point of view.
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Global Chief Information Officer
In order to accelerate digital transformation initiatives, CIOs are prioritizing automation strategies that will streamline processes. By automating redundant and inefficient operations, IT teams are able to address the evolving needs of clients in a timelier manner which directly impacts the bottom line. So, what does the future of automation look like, and will organizations have successful fully autonomous systems in 2023?
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Associate Director IT | Cloud Computing
Chief Information Officer & Chief Information Security Officer
Director, Majors Sales Engineering
Global Chief Information Officer
Head of Business Process Digitization
Sustainability remains a top priority for many organizations and reducing carbon footprints by addressing energy usage is critical for longevity. The role of IT is always evolving, and sustainable considerations must be communicated to ensure organizations are having conversations around how to shrink their ecological footprint. CIOs and their teams are tasked with finding ways to implement sustainable programs to reduce energy consumption and decrease electronic waste, which involves solutions such as moving to the cloud.
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Chief Financial Officer
Chief Information Security Officer
Global CTO & CIO, SVP Connected Technology
The European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) kickstarted more legislation surrounding cybersecurity, and organizations may face new penalties for any security mishaps. So, what does this mean for CISOs and their teams? These leaders will have to carefully vet potential partners, prove effective security protocols are in place, and ensure they are up to date on regulations to stay one step ahead and avoid legal trouble.
This insightful keynote presentation will uncover:
Senior Director, Information Security Tools, Platforms and Products
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