New findings indicate organizations prioritize cybersecurity initiatives but lack fundamentals

On-Demand Webcast|1 Hour

A new survey of over 1,000 security leaders shows organizations are making strides to improve their security posture but are missing the foundational capabilities needed to realize them. Among the roadblocks to achieving a risk-oriented posture are ineffective security metrics, operational inefficiencies and the lack of full visibility. How are security leaders facing up to these challenges and paving the path to business resiliency?

Find out by joining us for a discussion about the report, “Making Security Possible and Achieving a Risk-oriented Security Posture.”

You will learn:
• current thinking of cybersecurity leaders and the challenges they face;
• actions that drive cybersecurity fundamentals; and
• strategies to improve efficiencies and mature your security program.

Attendees of this webcast may be eligible for one CPE credit.



Terence Runge

Chief Information Security Officer


Terence Runge is responsible for security and compliance at Reltio, a company trusted by innovative Global 2000 companies who know that connected customer data is at the heart of customer experience. Prior to joining Reltio, Terence held senior leadership roles at notable companies including Illumio, Blackbaud, Salesforce, and Symantec. He has contributed to numerous open source and commercial enterprise security products and patents in risk management. Terence is a board member of the Central Texas Cloud Security Alliance.


Larry Ponemon

Chairman and Founder

Ponemon Institute

Dr. Larry Ponemon is the Chairman and Founder of the Ponemon Institute, a research “think tank” dedicated to advancing privacy, data protection and information security practices. Dr. Ponemon is considered a pioneer in privacy auditing and the Responsible Information Management (RIM) framework. Security Magazine named him one of the “Most Influential People for Security.


Ashok Sankar

VP of Solutions Marketing


Sankar has over 25 years of expertise across the technology product strategy, management, and marketing discipline. He partners with ReliaQuest’s Platform and SOC teams in their mission to help organizations reduce security complexity so they can better manage risk and confidently drive measurable and actionable outcomes. He leads thought leadership and strategic marketing initiatives to drive awareness of ReliaQuest’s unique value propositions consistently across various channels and develop relevant content to foster productive engagements with prospects and customers.


Joe Partlow