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CEB CISO Coalition™

Don't Face Today's Cybersecurity Challenges Alone

The CEB CISO Coalition is an expert network created by CISOs, for CISOs. It provides a confidential and collaborative environment for information security executives from enterprises with more than $1B in revenue to rapidly respond to new and ongoing challenges where consultants do not have dynamic solutions. More than 100 companies already benefit from the power of collaboration as members of the CEB CISO Coalition.

How CEB CISO Coalition Works

Membership provides access to the most powerful resources available: your CISO peers. Get access to CISOs with industry-leading experience and expertise managing the same security challenges you face. Whether it’s one-on-one or a small pickup team, coalition members are always stronger together. 

When a coalition member raises a question, or an exclusive webinar uncovers a new common challenge, members may create a pickup team to collaborate over a period of time, combining their knowledge and experience to uncover the solution.

How CEB CISO Coalition Helps CISOs

Catharina Budiharto, Director, IT Security                                       Chicago Bridge & Iron Company, N.V.

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Membership Features

Pickup Teams: Build real-world solutions to your most pressing problems through collaboration with your peers

Daily Security Briefing: Stay informed and stay ahead with this early warning system delivered to your inbox each morning

Weekly Helpdesk: Rapid turnaround help from your peers to support you when you need it most

Peer-led Confidential Insights Webinars: Be in the know and better prepared to face your board or executive leadership team by learning from your peers in these sessions

Knowledge Database: Get access to security intelligence resources from security solutions created by pickup teams to communications templates and research materials

What Our Members Are Saying

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Some of Our Members

From Our Blogs

Information Risk: Embrace Diversity if You Want to Solve Your Talent Crisis
Information security teams are under more pressure than ever, and need employees with a host of new skills and experience. Nothing should stop them recruiting far more broadly than they do now. Tue Oct 17 03:00:26 EDT 2017
Information Risk: Balancing the Good and Bad of Data Analytics
The ability to collect far more data and analyze it in new and interesting ways excites managers, but they should do all they can to protect the data and explain to customers how they're using it. Thu Sep 14 03:00:58 EDT 2017
Information Risk: What You Should Know About Agile, DevOps, and Continuous Delivery
Digitalization has meant lots of changes for IT teams, not least of which is the adoption of iterative and adaptive processes. Information security teams should understand the implications of this shift. Tue Aug 08 03:00:38 EDT 2017

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