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ISSA developed the Cyber Security Career Lifecycle® (CSCL) as a means to identify with its members. ISSA members span the information security profession - from people who have yet to enter the profession to people who are entering into retirement. Realizing that the needs of its members change, as individual progress through the career, so should the services that ISSA offers.
The topics at the ISSA CISO Executive Forum are relevant to today’s challenging Information Security issues that span all industries. Relationships that I have formed through this venue with both participants and vendors are long-lasting and have proven to be invaluable resources in facing common challenges.
My involvement in ISSA has opened up job opportunities and friendships that would have otherwise not existed. More specifically, I've been able to develop and sustain professional relationships that I can rely on going forward. In addition, serving as a chapter officer has helped strengthen my leadership skills, which in turn has made me more successful at my job.
In a recent Thales survey, two-thirds of CISOs cited the increase in cloud service adoption, combined with a lack of strong security solutions, as the main reasons cloud services are the prime targets of attack.