1. Securing Remote Working: In the “COVID-19” world we now live in recent technology developments have made many traditional control architectures obsolete AND organisations are questioning whether their massive investments in real estate might not be better spent on providing suitable home working arrangements and a smaller number of smaller, meeting-focused offices. How will your information security philosophy and new work locations adapt to remote working as an accepted norm?
2. How do we justify IT headcount: How to define a standard to justify the number of headcounts in IT? and How can we continue to evolve our engineers to meet the latest challenges?
3. How do we deliver digital transformation AND maintain operational stability? What are the best strategies to maintain operational stability and, at the same time, deliver digital transformation?
4. How do we make remote-working work for all? One of the biggest challenges these days is remote working for those not used to working remotely (isolation, coordination with home, personal situations, etc)... What strategies have others developed to keep their teams productive and supported? Have the tools used and connectivity available remotely been a help or hindrance?
5. How do we balance cost and risk? Trust and Security as your market differentiator - What does that operating model look like, how do you measure success while carefully balancing the cost and risk reduction? Can you successfully measure it in terms of revenue or should it only be measured in terms of quality service provided?
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