In episode 85 of the Cybersecurity Minute, Rob Wood takes a look at how senior leaders can have effective conversations with peers about strategic threat intelligence.
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00:34 — Rob wants to talk about how senior leaders can have successful conversations with peers.
01:00 — To get ready for conversations about strategic threat intelligence, Rob recommends that leaders contextualize research and avoid just repeating more general statements. They should also look at their organization’s risk register or otherwise gather some notion of what their organization’s key risks are.
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01:41 — Also look at the general technology trends, such as cloud and artificial intelligence (AI). How does it relate to your risks? Leaders should pull their team together, do structured brainstorming, and really get into it.
02:11 — This is where techniques like the Six Thinking Hats come in. Leaders ought to synthesize the things what’s been learned from research alongside their organization’s key risks.
03:00 — What leaders will end up having is a fairly good and solid forecast of the things they should be worried about in the next couple of years.
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