Our CISOs are talking.It's time you join the conversation.
The CISO Executive Network is a peer-to-peer organization
dedicated to helping information security, IT risk management,
privacy, and compliance executives to be more successful.
Our CISO members are top security executives within their companies and organizations. A majority come from Fortune 2000+ organizations and healthcare and educational institutions. Read more about membership criteria on our Member page.
We host meetings in each of our 22 Chapter cities six times annually, for a total of 132 Chapter meetings. Since the onset of COVID-19, we have seen great success hosting these meetings virtually via Zoom.
Roundtables take place in 22 Chapter cities across the country, from our Mid-Atlantic chapter in Washington, D.C. to our Bay Area chapter in Palo Alto. In this era of COVID-19, we meet in these cities virtually via Zoom.
Our CISOs are eager to consistently engage with their peers during our boardroom style events, hear thought leadership presentations from top cybersecurity vendors, and earn CPE credits. We see an average of 16+ CISOs per meeting across our 22 Chapters.
We allow a maximum of three cybersecurity vendors to sponsor each roundtable. Sponsors have the opportunity to listen-in during our CISOs’ candid conversations, give a 15 minute thought leadership presentation, and follow up with every CISO registered
In between our six annual roundtable series, we offer webinars from both well-established and emerging vendors. These webinars often tie in to the preceding or upcoming series and always offer the opportunity for our CISOs to learn about new solutions and earn CPEs.
The shortage of qualified information security talent and the increase in attacks has forced many to seek support from third party managed security services to support their SOC or even be their SOC. Those providers suffer the same shortage of resources as we do. The services those providers offer is changing too as some become managed detection and response (MDR) services and some have even “productized” their tools and dashboards to keep up with the changing demands of clients. So, how will this work? Will artificial intelligence and machine learning step up to make our limited resources more effective? Can orchestration and automation get us to the point that we get even with or ahead of the attackers? Will the SOC be ours or will we still rely on third party providers? In this series, we will look at the state of security operations and what the future holds for it.
CISO Executive Network is a peer-to-peer professional organization serving information security, IT risk management, privacy, and compliance executives from large enterprises, including corporations, healthcare systems, universities, and utilities. Formed in 2005 as CSO Breakfast Club, the organization now reaches members across the United States and in a number of foreign countries.
CISO Executive Network brings peers together for regularly scheduled in-person and virtual meetings. It provides a forum for industry sponsors to bring thought leadership to the Network members through interactive presentations at various events, from the organization's well-regarded breakfast roundtables to regional and special events.
The Network's content program provides members with secure access to presentation materials from all events, special content programs from sponsors, and the organization's unique regularly published newsletters and videos.
If you are interested in learning more about membership, check out our membership criteria. If your company is interested in becoming a sponsor or learning more about sponsorship, start by registering for a sponsor account. Make sure to ONLY select JOIN SPONSOR. Once you are approved, you may log in to see all of the content available to sponsors, including the Schedule of Events and the Sponsor Pricing Guide.