The Digital CISO: How Cybersecurity Leaders Can and Should Protect Customer Accounts
Cybersecurity leaders have long struggled to protect systems of record against all internal and external threats. This has meant securing employee user accounts, many of which have elevated privileges to those systems and to development and production environments for customer-facing systems of engagement.

Yet, increasingly, these same leaders face a different challenge: protecting customer accounts. Consumers expect security from their online services, but cannot be protected by most employee-focused security measures. As a result, the CISO is increasingly challenged to introduce new measures of protection for online customers.

Register for this executive roundtable, The Digital CISO: How Cybersecurity Leaders Can and Should Protect Customer Accounts. Gain new insights from event thought-leaders, as well as to discuss with your peers.

Discussion topics will include:

  • What are the most common threats and vulnerabilities we're seeing to customer accounts?
  • What is the business impact of customer account takeovers and other compromises?
  • How should CISOs be addressing these threats and vulnerabilities?


Join ISMG's Tom Field for a moderated discussion that will feature insight from Craig Currim, SVP of Solutions Engineering for event sponsor Transmit Security.
Tom Field
Tom Field
SVP of Editorial

ISMG
Raj Galagali
Raj Galagali
Vice President, Solutions Engineering

Transmit Security
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September 21, 2022 | 05:30 - 08:00 pm CDT | Dallas, TX (Venue TBD)
 
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Transmit Security, the identity experience company, is at the forefront of creating frictionless identity experiences for both customers and workforce across all channels. Our user-centric solutions, which includes the industry’s first app-less biometric authenticator, are proven to ensure an effortless and truly passwordless experience - effectively reducing all forms of identity attrition and saving enterprises substantial costs. Transmit Security was co-founded by serial entrepreneurs and investors, Mickey Boodaei and Rakesh Loonkar in 2014 with the aim of changing the security identity landscape. In 2020, Deloitte recognized Transmit Security as the 5th fastest growing company in North America. Today, our powerful technology is used by millions of end-users worldwide spanning across all industries and platforms.

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September 21, 2022 | 05:30 - 08:00 pm CDT

The Digital CISO: How Cybersecurity Leaders Can and Should Protect Customer Accounts