Bruno, you're CISO of the Republic and Canton of Jura in Switzerland. Could you tell us a bit about your job and what a typical day involves?
Sure. As Chief Security Officer for cybersecurity I’m involved in ensuring security of the state. That means we have mostly 400 locations for different applications, for example schools, healthcare industry, roads, taxes, police and so on. So the perimeter I have to secure is quite broad. The problem we have is that I have to check all the risks involving this perimeter and also understand the needs of the business, because every business has different needs. So we have to match guidelines also from the Swiss contribution, and ISO 27001 standards, to define policies and roles. So that’s my main job and that takes a lot of time because we have to be compliant.