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Coming together for cyber change across government and higher education

Explore our insights that can help drive conversations and inspire change in critical areas of cybersecurity.

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Inspiring conversation about four cyber risk areas

In a connected environment driven by digital transformation and emerging technologies, cybersecurity can affect communities and citizens, but at the same time be an influencer toward innovation. Cyber risk now permeates nearly every aspect of how we live and work. Deloitte would like to inspire new conversations in four cyber risk areas: Quantifying risks, leveraging ecosystems, reimagining cyber workforce, and creating the future of trust. Discover conversation starters, cybersecurity events, and tools to inspire coming together for cyber change.

Today, organizations face an era of cyber everywhere as unparalleled connectivity, combined with the Internet of Things (IoT) and other emerging technologies expand attack surfaces. Yet the recent acceleration in artificial intelligence (AI) and data collection is quickly bringing about advanced modeling techniques for quantifying cyber risk—and bringing it to the surface. How can you effectively quantify risks to help prioritize your cyber agenda?

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Rarely is data housed in one place. When it comes to citizen and student services, information may start in a federal agency; flow through to states, local and higher education; and then into the hands of citizens. In this digital age, broader information ecosystems have emerged. Establishing trust between various systems, people, and data services is critical to maintaining services and trust. How can you identify your ecosystem and utilize relationships differently?

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As the cybersecurity talent shortage continues, organizations should look at new ways to collaborate internally with HR and externally with stakeholders. Consider new dynamics in how government, higher education, and business can work together to build necessary talent. How can you leverage people differently and collaborative outside your organization to think about new incentives and alternative workforce dynamics?

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As workplaces have become more virtual, there are three mutually reinforcing factors around how organizations can drive trust: Trust in information, identity, and automation. Along with technology innovation in general, these factors will continue to change the cybersecurity landscape. The role and value of trust to an organization will need to be defined to strengthen or re-build trust between the public and peer organizations. How can organizations be future-minded in thinking about cyber to implement the future of trust?

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Tim Li

Tim Li

Principal | Deloitte & Touche LLP

Tim, a principal at Deloitte & Touche LLP, is the Government & Public Services industry Strategic Growth Offering leader for Cyber. In this role, he is leading growth initiatives for the firm’s Cyber solutions and capabilities for Federal Government, State and Local Government, and Higher Education clients. Tim has more than 20 years of experience in cyber across both the public and private sector, helping to drive the strategy, implementation and operation of comprehensive cyber and risk management programs. He specializes in collaborating with clients to help them solve their most complex enterprise-wide or mission-specific cyber challenges. His key focus areas include cyber strategy, data protection, cloud security, digital identity, cyber operations, and regulatory compliance.

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