Last week I had the privilege of moderating a CEO Roundtable “If it can be hacked… Network Security & the new Reality” at the Telecom Exchange in Hoboken NJ. The format was novel, with the conversation itself under Chatham House Rules but recorded visually by a whiteboard artist from Ink Factory and an overall task of producing a list of action items for the industry to move forward on in the short term. Here is the image of that whiteboard that resulted:
As you can see, we covered quite a bit of ground. If you’ve been to any conference, you know it’s easy to attend (or participate in) a fascinating panel discussion only to remember very little of the details a few hours later. Having a visual record like this is a pretty interesting way of re-accessing those memories, and for those who couldn’t be there it’s also possibly a good way to see the highlight reel of what you might have missed.
There were three other roundtables and three other fascinating whiteboards produced:
Thank you to JSA for putting so much thought into this event, and to the panelists for coming to the table with so many great perspectives and ideas!
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