Why Your Security Organization Needs a Communications Lead


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Having a communications person as part of the security organization ensures that the enterprise communicates security not only through awareness programs but also across silos. A security communications lead plays a critical role in developing and executing incident response plans as well as other security policies that impact the business. In order to effectively create a security aware culture, your security organization needs to be able to communicate the risks, the strategies to mitigate risks and the policies that must be followed in the event of a security incident. People need to understand their roles and responsibilities, which need to be clearly communicated. In this podcast, we will hear from industry experts who will help you understand the value of and implement good, clear security communications.

Participants
Bruce Beam

Chief Information Officer and Vice President, (ISC)2

Kacy Zurkus

Content Strategist, RSA Conference

Shelly Epps

Security Program Manager, Duke University Health System

business continuity & disaster recovery governance risk & compliance policy management professional development & workforce security awareness security operations


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