CISO Lens is designed for the cyber security executives of Australia and New Zealand's largest organisations.
However, most organisations in Australia and New Zealand do not have the luxury of a CISO.
For CIOs that are keen to collaborate with their peers and share issues and approaches around cyber security and risk, we recommend you contact IBRS to discuss the CIO Cyber and Risk Network (aka Cyrin). The CIO Cyber and Risk Network is vendor independent and all sessions are held under the Chatham House Rule.
The CIO Cyber and Risk Network launched in 2017, and James continues to facilitate this group as an emeritus IBRS Advisor.
Founder & CEO, IBRS
Since IBRS was founded in 2003, security has always been one of the top issues for all our technology executive clients.
We created the CIO Cyber and Risk Network in 2017 because we could see the environment was changing, and our clients were keen to share better practices around security and risk management in a facilitated environment.
My goal is that through your participation in the CIO Cyber and Risk Network, you hear straight from your CIO peers on what they are dealing with and thinking about, and that this sharing supports you in your role.
Emeritus Advisor, IBRS
& Founder of CISO Lens
If you're a CIO, you're juggling a thousand different issues, from: changing and emergent business requirements, to technologies at different stages in their lifecycle, to vendors of vastly different capabilities, to staff issues - to name a few.
On top of everything else is the issue of security which cuts through every issue on your plate.
My goal is that through your participation in the CIO Cyber and Risk Network, you develop further relationships with your CIO peers across organisations and industries, so that you can pick up the phone and have a real conversation with them.