Why leadership competencies are crucial in cybersecurity

As cybersecurity has reached the top agenda in organizations, it poses a new pressure and challenge on the role of cyber managers. Happening over a short time, many are not yet used, nor trained, to navigate the corporate attention and stakeholders

The CISO role is a swingdoor

29 september 2020 The CISO role is a swingdoor Observations On average, a CISO stays for 18 months in the job – this is evident from our market monitoring at CSA CPH. Thus, the CISO role has become one of the major job hopping positions of our time. Why is that? Are CISOs opportunistic career […]

Have we finally reached a turning point?

25 august 2020 Have we finally reached a turning point? This week, when the IT University of Copenhagen starts the semester for the students, there will be more women than ever in the IT educations such as Software Development and Data Science. Universities around the country are also experiencing increasing interest from female applicants for […]

OT Security – what is the challenge?

29 april 2021 OT Security – what is the challenge? If you want to know more about the challenges and issues within OT, security expert Mikael Vingaard is the person to talk to. Mikael has worked in IT security in the last 20 years, and exclusively in OT security since 2014. He is now running […]

CISO – from technical specialist to organisational leadership

15 september 2020 CISO – from technical specialist to organisational leadership The ability to influence Depending on the definition of ’leader’, you could argue that the CISO role has developed into a management role rather than a specialist/staff function. If we work with the interpretation of ’leader’ as having the ability to influence, either by […]