How to Create a Culture of Innovation


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A culture of innovation within IT can enable business growth

Every company knows that in order to be successful and profitable they must iterate, innovate, and be agile to whatever challenge is coming down the pipeline next. If you want to make innovation a bedrock of your culture, look no further than Ashland and their security team. A century in the making, Ashland has evolved using its brand promise of “Always Solving” to create unique value for their customers.

Join this conversation with Bob Schuetter, CISO of Ashland Group, and Jason Clark, CSO of Netskope as they examine how a culture of innovation can be a security team’s biggest asset when it comes to addressing the rapidly changing cybersecurity landscape.

They will cover topics such as:

  • The relationship between risk management and innovation
  • Talking to the board about security and innovation
  • Using innovation to align to your company’s business needs

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Featured speakers

Bob Schuetter
CISO of Ashland Group

Robert Schuetter brings more than 25 years of IT and 12 years of IT security experience to Valvoline as CISO and head of enterprise architecture. In 2013, he joined Ashland Inc. (the parent company of Valvoline) as CSO overseeing cyber, physical security and GRC. Ashland is a $9B fortune 500 company with 10,000 employees comprised of a specialty chemicals group and Valvoline. Mr. Schuetter has oversight of all Physical Security, Emergency Response Services, Insider Threat, Secure Architectures, IT Compliance and Cyber Security. Prior to Ashland, Mr. Schuetter spent 9 years with GE, last serving as GE Aviation's CISO. Mr. Schuetter's teams have differentiated themselves as leaders in advanced threat detection, prevention and intelligence.


Jason Clark

Jason Clark brings decades of experience executing successful strategic security programs and business strategies to Netskope as Chief Strategy and Marketing Officer. Responsible for corporate strategy, marketing, and cybersecurity, previously Clark was CSO for Optiv, where he helped the company grow from $500 million to $2 billion in under 3 years while running the transition from a value-added reseller to a cybersecurity systems integrator. Prior to Optiv, Clark held a leadership role at Websense, where he was a driving force behind the company’s transformation into a provider of critical technology for CISOs to become Forcepoint/Raytheon.


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