CIO WEBINAR: Staying Relevant in a Fast-Changing Infrastructure
The Argyle Group presents the CIO LEADERSHIP FORUM - San Francisco, an intimate gathering for senior-level IT executives and CIOs in search of peer-to-peer discussions and real-life examinations of the latest techniques and technologies. During this invitation-only event, you will hear from industry leaders on what’s working, where tech trends are headed in 2020 and how to master the most pressing IT issues within your organization.
By attending this exclusive event, you will better understand:
Join us for this day of deep dive discussions regarding the above and more. You’re also invited to join us for our CYBERSECURITY LEADERSHIP FORUM – San Francisco event taking place the following day on Thursday, March 19. Attend one or both events and walk away with specific strategies and actionable steps to take your organization to the next level of digital transformation and data security.
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Mobile provides the presentation layer and actionable data that can help drive a digital business, so having the right mobility strategy is key to enabling digital transformation. In this session we'll help you understand best practices to embracing mobility, and provide real-life business examples and actionable takeaways that will help you identify the right approach for your organization.
Head of Global Strategy and Market Enablement
Join us for these intimate group peer-to-peer Table Talk discussions, whereas topics of discussion will be based upon the topics you indicated you would like to discuss further, as per your answers in Argyle’s pre-event insight survey. In these off-the-record exchanges of ideas, session attendees will have the opportunity to share their greatest challenges, pain points, and real-world decision-making efforts & solutions to said obstacles.
Digital transformation is indeed a top focus for most organizations. The successful application of digital strategies improves an organization’s innovation and strengthens internal and external processes. Digital transformation is not only about full transitions, it is about uncovering new possibilities of existing services and using current tools to their full potential. Organizations at every stage of their digital transformations should remain privy to the implications and benefits of this exponential conversion.
By attending this session, your key takeaways will include:
Vice President and Chief Information Officer
Washington State University
While not new in concept, digital transformation remains a boardroom-level topic going into 2020. There are many well-documented reasons for this. A combination of technology advances, evolving customer expectations, process evolutions such as digitization, and new business models are forcing IT and line-of-business executives to rethink previous strategies. In the end, the decisions they make on how to address these changes will have a direct impact on differentiation, growth and scale, profitability, customer satisfaction and speed-to-market. Those are surely enough reasons to take notice. This session will cover the 4 “must-haves” of digital transformation and the key actions to take.
Alliance Manager – DXC Technology: Western USA
Augmented intelligence is continuously impacting human innovation and is certainly a trend all IT professionals must be on top of, most especially CIOs and senior-level IT executives. Furthermore, as more organizations are being tasked to implement AI initiatives, gaining a better understanding of AI, the IoT, and augmented intelligence is essential.
In this session, topics of discussion will include:
Former Senior Director of Technology
Vice President, Digital Insights Solutions
Technical Director of Innovation
Stanley Black & Decker
Chief Information Officer
From big data, to fast data, and now highly decentralized data, organizations are critically challenged with how best to derive insights, drive intelligence initiatives, and take action. These challenges are highlighting a key concern; the rise of dark data.
VP of Customer Assurance
As companies digitize and automate operations, cyber risks flourish and even the most innovative, and aggressive IT department can’t protect an organization from a digital disaster. The true measure of a company’s cybersecurity success is how effectively security programs are tailored, taught and actively pursued in each region, department, and role throughout an organization.
CIOs and senior-level executives must learn how to build a security-driven culture to avoid the escalating threat of a cyber catastrophe.
By attending this session, you will:
Chief Information Security Officer
University of California, Merced
IT Compliance and Third Party Risk Management
Blue Shield of California
Chief Technology Officer
AAA Northern California, Nevada, and Utah
Director Security & Risk - IAM, Automation
As digital transformation and data collection continue to evolve in the IT space, senior-level technology executives are tasked with protecting customer information and maintaining data security. The recent passing of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) forces organizations to understand the requirements of regulations as well as the legal implications and compliance obligations.
In this session, key takeaways will include:
Alan L. Friel
The security industry has many opinions telling you where to focus, what solutions you should buy, what threats you should focus on, and what risks you should mitigate. As experts in technology, you are tasked with identifying where security teams should place their efforts and resources, and what the latest tools are to keep your organization safe.
In this session, you will learn a common-sense approach to cyber and information security including:
University of California, Merced
During this session, Ian Mitroff, a principal founder of the modern field of crisis management, will discuss how companies can anticipate the worst and act to prevent it. All technologies/products produce unintended side-effects and negative consequences. Further, they can and will be systematically abused and misused by nefarious parties for ill ends.
In this powerful keynote presentation, Mitroff will explain the practical aspects of Proactive Crisis Management and:
Senior Research Affiliate, Center for Catastrophic Risk Management
Stay with us to unwind with your colleagues over cocktails and great conversation. We'll also be holding a prize drawing, and you must be present to win!
This event will feature insights from top executives, including
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