With technology environments becoming increasingly complex and insider threats becoming more prevalent, CISOs and other leaders must be “constantly looking for controls that help secure our staff and the systems they touch, regardless of where they work,” said our panelists during a recent discussion.
The key aspect in being able to lead teams through a major change – or two, in this case – is transparency, according to Jeff Buda, CIO at Atrium Health Floyd. In this interview, he talks about his open-door policy, the benefits of becoming part of a large organization, and why he’s a big proponent of remote work.
Creating a healthy culture in the workplace starts by asking some simple questions – both of your team and yourself as a leader, according to Jason Joseph, Chief Digital and Information Officer at Corewell Health. In this podcast, he explores those questions, discusses his approach to change management, and shares the advice he would offer his younger self.
In this interview, Sonney Sapra talks about the pendulum swing that’s coming – and how leaders must adjust; the ‘IS norms’ his team is implementing to keep staff engaged; and what he believes is the most important criteria when making a career move.
“Digital encompasses so many things we’re doing,” said HSS CIO Jamie Nelson, who talked about her team’s holistic digital strategy during a recent podcast. She also discussed the “unintended consequences” of remote work models, the challenge for women leaders, and why there is no ‘normal.’