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Understanding Gartner & Forrester Human Risk Management for HR & Security Teams

Gartner & Forrester say Human Risk Management (HRM) is now required for security & HR to prevent breaches and ensure NIST, CIS, PCI & HR compliance. Outdated HR practices & security awareness training could cost your firm millions. Learn why HRM is now the future for security & HR.

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Understanding Gartner & Forrester Human Risk Management for HR & Security Teams
Understanding Gartner & Forrester Human Risk Management for HR & Security Teams

Time & Location

Jul 09, 2024, 8:00 AM – 8:50 AM PDT

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About the event

Recent Gartner & Forrester reports say outdated and ineffective security awareness training and HR practices could lead to security breaches and compliance failures. Gartner says behavioral science and other capabilities are needed to create a Security Behavior Culture Program (SBCP). Forrester calls this Human Risk Management (HRM), which is required to prevent the 90% of security breaches caused by human mistakes. Gallup says almost 80% of workers don't trust employers and are disengaged, which leads to 60% more mistakes.

To avoid these issues, recent NIST, CIS, PCI, HIPAA, HR, and other compliance mandates now require HR and security teams to collaborate. For example, NIST CSF 2.0 has a new Govern Function covering leadership, roles, responsibilities, culture, and HR practices. PCI DSS 4.0 has 12 requirements that reference these terms almost 200 times. MSPs and MSSPs are also directly affected. 

In this special event, a former Gartner analyst and the Managing Director of Lionfish Advisors (with 30 former Gartner analysts) will join the former CISO for Pax8, the leading Managed Service Provider (MSP) Marketplace to impart inside information on new security and compliance requirements. Moderating is HR and compliance expert, W. Craig Reed, who is also the New York Times bestselling author of several business books including the #1 Gold Medal winning Start With Who.

HR & Recruiting Execs: If you’re using decades old talent assessments (DiSC, BIG-5, PI, etc.), or outdated HR practices for interviews and job roles, your firm could cause audit failures.

IT & Security Execs or MSPs: If you're using only security awareness training, or outdated security team processes, you could trigger a breach or fail an audit.

Compliance failures & security breaches cost millions for fines, brand damage, and lawsuits.

Join us on Tuesday July 9 at 8 AM PT for an informative and entertaining fireside chat webinar on how HRM can bring HR & security teams together to reduce security and compliance risks while improving trust, productivity, and retention.

In this informative fireside chat, you'll learn:

  • Why Gartner & Forrester say 90% of security breaches are caused by mistakes
  • Why security awareness training alone is no longer adequate
  • How NIST, CIS, and PCI requirements relate to employees, roles & responsibilities
  • Why Gartner & Forrester say HR & security teams must now adopt Human Risk Management
  • How to automate interviews, role assignments, and talent compliance reporting
  • How IT, security, HR and recruiters can collaborate to ensure compliance
  • How CISOs, CHROs, and MSPs/MSSPs can quickly and easily comply as a team
  • How to build trust to double engagement and cut security risks in half
  • How behavioral science and cognitive AI can create a Gartner Security Behavior Culture Program

Avoid serious security & HR consequences by registering for this important event today.

Keynote Speakers

Brad Fugitt is a Board Advisor for RemotelyMe, the leader in behavioral science HRM. Brad has an extensive background in information technology and cybersecurity, most recently as the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) for Pax8, the leading cloud marketplace for Managed Service/Security Providers (MSP/MSSP). Brad is an expert on security and compliance requirements for NIST and CIS frameworks, as well as PCI DSS 4.0 and other compliance mandates. As an executive leader, he frequently worked with HR executives related to team recruiting, training, and development. Brad also served for 15 years with the White House Communications Agency and has a Top-Secret security clearance.

Rob Smith is the Managing Director for Lionfish Advisors. Rob manages a team of 30 former Gartner analysts that work with leading security and tech firms to provide market, technical, and compliance insights to help guide executive decisions. Rob was a leading Gartner analyst for Remote Access, VPN, Unified Endpoint Security, Enterprise Mobility Management, EPP, EDR, and XDR. Rob was also the CEO and co-founder of one of Europe's largest MSPs, and the CTO and co-founder of a successful Unified Threat Management (UTM) appliance company.

"Human Risk Management (HRM) is one of the hottest cybersecurity segments that will double from $5B to $12B by 2027. RemotelyMe offers unique solutions that could make them an HRM leader, including the behavioral science Gartner says is a key requirement that's missing from other solutions." -Rob Smith, former Gartner Analyst

W. Craig Reed is the New York Times bestselling author of several business books including #1 Gold Medal winner Start With Who that Ken Blanchard (One Minute Manager) says is “thought-provoking” and a Workday VP says is “the next gen beyond Start With Why.” Reed is also a former Navy Diver with a neuroscience certification from Harvard University. Reed is an HR and compliance expert, a co-founder of RemotelyMe HRM, and was a co-founder of an Inc. 5000 consulting and recruiting firm with IT and security clients including Avnet, Cisco, Cylance, Fortinet, Logicalis, Malwarebytes, Okta, Proficio, Qualys, Symantec, SAP, and Visa. Reed will serve as the Moderator for this event.

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