Click through for five stratgies CIOs and CISOs can use to help keep their organizations safer, as identified by Robin Daniels, chief marketing officer at Veradocs.
In a world without walls, protecting highly sensitive files and data is much harder than it used to be. Ultimately, today's CIOs must operate with the philosophy that leaks will happen, that the perimeter is inherently porous and sensitive user data will travel, whether they like it or not. Not to mention, forcing employees into a restrictive workflow is a losing proposition that runs the risk of pushing users to go rogue. Just look at the industry that has sprung up around protecting against shadow IT.
In the face of this reality, the question becomes, what should be top of mind for CIOs and CISOs everywhere? With 2014 dubbed the year of the data breach, and the severity of attacks already intensifying in 2015, Robin Daniels, chief marketing officer at Veradocs, has outlined five unique strategies for both CIOs and CISOs to innovate, excel and inspire change to protect both the enterprise and individuals from the inevitable — even after the inevitable happens.
Robin Daniels is the chief marketing officer at Veradocs, a data security company that enables businesses and end-users to easily secure, track and share digital information across all platforms and devices. Robin is a prominent advocate and expert on enterprise software, security technologies, and cloud and mobile computing and how it is transforming enterprises and the software industry. Before coming to Veradocs, Robin led enterprise marketing at Box, growing the company over 5x. Having worked in the tech industry for over 15 years for leading companies such as Salesforce, Veritas and Vignette, Robin has extensive knowledge in the areas of cloud computing, enterprise software, collaboration technologies, and business innovation. He can be reached via Twitter at @Robin_Daniels.
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