Security Advisor ME’s CISO 30 Awards and Conference to spotlight projects that have demonstrated security innovation and business value.
Businesses continue to transform themselves in the digital economy and face a myriad of risks across a rapidly changing threat landscape. How do you proactively find and deploy new security technologies to minimise threats and risks to your organisation?
To be held on 27th March, Security Advisor ME’s inaugural CISO 30 Conference will rally together leading security thought leaders from the region to demonstrate how forward-thinking organisations are embracing today’s challenges and preparing for the future with security innovation.
The conference is a premier event that will draw 100 plus security decision markers, providing them with a platform to exchange ideas and best practices related to enterprise security, physical security and risk management with peers.
The conference will feature two roundtable discussions around cloud and IoT security, and defense strategies for the digital world. This will be followed by a panel discussion on building a cyber-aware workforce.
The conference will conclude with an awards ceremony to celebrate the achievements of top 30 security leaders in the Middle East, who have fostered innovation and demonstrated thought leadership in their enterprises.
We encourage nominations on a range of security topics. To be selected, nominations must not only show that the nominee organisation has executed its project well, but that it has done so in uncommon, innovative ways: pioneering a new technology, applying a familiar technology to a new purpose, or setting the bar higher for their organisation’s security objectives. And they must demonstrate business value, not just the benefits of better security and risk management programmes.
The CISO 30 Awards are open to entries from internal business, security and PR stakeholders as well as vendors and their PR companies who are nominating customers. However, If you are a third party creating a nomination, you must agree to notify the nominated organisation before submitting the nomination.
There is no cost to nominate. CISOs can nominate multiple projects or initiatives for a single company for consideration.
Working with judges including security experts, academics and CISOs, the CISO 30 honourees will be selected by the Security Advisor ME editorial team based on information submitted in the online nomination form.