It’s still early days, but if this year is anything like years past, it’s safe to say CISOs will have a lot to contend with, from a continuing labor shortage to the increasing sophistication of cyberattacks to an ongoing threat from nation-state actors.
However, they also have plenty of ideas on how they’ll tackle those challenges.
To learn what they’re planning to do and what they want to accomplish in the months ahead, we asked CISOs across various industries to share their main objectives—or, their top resolutions, if you will—for 2022.
Here’s what they say:
1. Eliminate blind spots
Suyesh Karki, CISO and VP of IT at cloud software company Domo, wants to eliminate blind spots within his tech environment because he knows that he can’t protect what he can’t see.
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