2020 vision: The lessons new CIOs are taking into a new year
This was the key takeaway from one attendee at Telstra’s recent New In Role community virtual event, where new technology leaders gathered to discuss how they’d navigated key challenges and lessons they’d learned to maximise their impact this turbulent year.
Creating a workplace fit for a redefined world of work
It’s not every day that science fiction author William Gibson is quoted in discussions about how we use offices.
Yet, his thoughts about transformation and acceleration have never been more relevant, according to the speakers in a recent Nimbus Ninety webinar on the topic of workforce transformation.
How new CISOs can communicate a cultural transformation to boost your security posture
The acceleration in digital transformation has had enormous impact on the role of security teams within enterprises. But despite the glut of threats, it remains true that the biggest transformation our teams need to improve your security posture is cultural rather than digital.
Flourishing in IT security’s new landscape post Covid
As companies look to adapt to long-term remote working norms due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Manoj Bhatt comments on what new and innovative cybersecurity practices we can expect organizations to adopt in the coming months and years in this Infosecurity Magazine cover feature article.
The new CIO’s dilemma – Preserving what works versus changing what doesn’t
At Telstra Purple’s New-in-Role virtual roundtable, 14 CIOs explored the trickiest parts of their first year and how to navigate them. An overarching challenge was identifying what to keep versus what to change, then using that basis to implement lasting, positive change. Our attendees identified three major steps to success.
Being a contemporary CIO requires new thinking about your purpose – in leading strategy, igniting opportunities, driving efficiency, and influencing culture. Download this white paper to get top tips for success in these areas.
How to build a strong Cyber Security culture in a crisis
It is difficult to talk about any aspect of business without mentioning the C-word. But, while COVID-19 is the driving force behind our new world of work, it is another C-word - “culture” - that we need to pay close attention to. After all, if organisations want to navigate and exit the global pandemic stronger, then they need to build a stronger security posture and culture through gaining employees’ trust. After all, they are our first line of defence.
Creating positive outcomes with the shift from presenteeism
The end of presenteeism might mean a healthier focus on clear, measurable outcomes, and the end of habits that burn out employees and cost employers in the long run.
Data and technology leaders are uniquely poised to make sure this change really is a positive one, by guiding organisations toward more meaningful measurements and finding innovative ways to keep people-focused, creative, and collaborative practices alive.
Personalisation vs privacy – a ‘stark and explicit’ trade-off
Amidst calls to better balance personalisation with privacy, how can tech companies better protect consumers rights? Hear what Telstra Purple’s global head of security Rob Robinson has to say in this Financial Times article.
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