The CIO's Directive:
Align technology and business objectives.
The evolving CIO mandate: New responsibilities and strategies
A CIO’s purview was once limited to the IT stack and how it supported business objectives. Today, CIOs are at the center of their data-driven orgs. They’re responsible for managing security and compliance risks that threaten overall business health and communicating them to the board and non-technical executives. The result? Evolving, specialized disciplines such as privacy, cybersecurity, mobility, and transformation strategy now fall to the CIO. This panel delves into the broadening CIO mandate and strategies for managing responsibilities beyond IT.
To security and beyond: Zero trust as a business enabler
Spending on zero trust network access solutions is set to nearly double over the next three years. This being the case, vendors are scrambling to realign their offerings and, at times, disregard the core tenets of a zero trust architecture. In this discussion, our executive speakers welcome customers to outline key elements of a zero trust journey, highlight critical milestones, and see how real-world zero trust solutions can accelerate time to value during mergers and acquisitions.
Reducing the IT Carbon Footprint: The Case for Green Security
Progressive CXOs recognize cloud-native IT architecture not just for its threat protection and efficiency, but for its potential to help enterprises reduce their carbon footprint. Zscaler EVP Customer Experience and Transformation Kavitha Mariappan moderates a panel of CXOs leading their organizations' clean digital transformation initiatives.
Siemens Extends Zero Trust to +300K Employees
Watch Siemens CIO Hanna Hennig explain zero trust architecture benefits and how Siemens extended those benefits to +300K employees, all company plants, and their customers.
Learn from REvolutionary CIOs
Technology is often the easiest of the components of digital transformation. People, culture, and processes are the tougher elements to modify to fully digitalize the fabric of an enterprise.
CIO (former),American Multinational
Government and private enterprise CIOs play a critical role in using digital transformation, cloud-native infrastructures, and cybersecurity to create better, more performant, and (most importantly) safe services to the public.
CIO,State of Wisconsin (former)
In the Post COVID world, security must align with cloud transformation in order to meet accelerating enterprise demands and deliver competitive digital business models.
EVP & CIO (former),Diversified Entertainment Corporation
There are many benefits to be gained from connecting the physical world and the digital world, but they can only be realized by leveraging a proven and scalable security solution for a seamless user experience.