How COVID-19 Changed CISOs Approach to Data Security | Press Release

How COVID-19 Changed CISOs Approach to Data Security

Posted on May 13, 2022 | Cybersecurity , Data Security

HelpSystems partnered with Information Security Media Group (ISMG) to gather CISO perspectives on how the pandemic permanently changed cybersecurity. The survey helped establish the State of Data Security in 2022, highlighting key concerns for digital transformation initiatives and CISO top priorities for the next 12 months. 

In this video interview, Cary Hudgins, Vice President of Product at PhishLabs by HelpSystems shares his views on the survey results, looking at the risks and gaps in cloud migration and how CISOs plan to invest in security software tools in the years to come. 

Watch the full interview here
 

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