Stott and May recently hosted our very first Salesforce virtual event entitled 'How can the COE step up in times of uncertainty?'. We were delighted to welcome four brilliant Salesforce and CRM leaders from renowned organizations to our panel.
Stott and May recently partnered up with Giles Lindsay, CTO at Digital Ventures, to host a our latest Agile Valley event in the form of a webinar entitled '9 Dysfunctions of Agile'.
This Cyber Security focused webinar session, featuring a host of tenured CISO's, will take you through the challenges and best practices associated with creating the perfect security roadmap.
Last week we brought our GroWiT (Growing Women in Technology) community together for another virtual event. The current change in working environment is completely new for most people and certainly challenging our resilience in the most unexpected way. Resilience is a muscle you need to build, particularly in today's environment. But it's not something you either have or don't have. It's something you can train and develop over time.
In this latest edition of Stuart Talks Security we spent some time with Taylor Hersom, VP of Business Development & CSO of CyberCompass, to discuss best practices when dealing with the board to get buy-in for investment in cyber security initiatives.
In this latest edition of Stuart Talks Security, we met up with Tyler Ward, VP of Security at Infinite Group to discuss cyber security recruitment as well as the key considerations that CISO's should think about when inheriting a new security program.
As a talent acquisition agency for high growth technology businesses, employer brand sits close to our hearts. In a bit to offer advice and support to the community on how companies can preserve or even enhance their employer brand over this disruptive period we created this webinar entitled; 'COVID-19: The Ultimate Test of Employer Brand'.
London – 28 April 2020 – The latest findings of the Stott and May Cyber Security in Focus research reveal that leaders are still struggling with the skills gap and access to talent. Most respondents (76%) believe there is a shortage of cyber security skills in their company, which represents an improvement on 2019 (88%), however, the problem still seems more potent for mid-market and large enterprise businesses. Organisations are still struggling to source cyber security talent (72%) with no material improvement around time-to-hire from 2019.