As more companies undergo digital transformations and move data into the cloud, the need for advanced cybersecurity technology has never been greater. Signal Sciences CEO Andrew Peterson talked with Chief Executive about the growing demands of cybersecurity.
Whether you’re the CEO of a fast growing start-up or a veteran enterprise executive, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by the number of online threats posing real risk to your business.
When you’re making these ethical decisions as an organization, you have to ensure that your customer doesn’t feel like you’re violating their trust. Otherwise you could leave the customer feeling like they’re being violated or exploited.
Digital technology tools have been a boon for business, making operations leaner, more efficient and customer-focused. But the big downside is the growing cost of protecting the organization from their inherent security flaws.
Chief Executive asked Raytheon CEO Thomas Kennedy to discuss what the CEO’s role is in creating a cyber-safe workspace and the role company culture plays in creating a more secure organization.
When we see leading brands like Marriott with healthy security budgets get owned by the threat actors we should all take note that what we put in place yesterday — or even today — isn’t good enough.
John DiLullo, CEO of Lastline, a cybersecurity company based in Redwood City, California, talked with us about how the company is trying to stand out in the crowded cybersecurity space, recruiting tech talent and more.
CEOs need to take the lead in cybersecurity in order to ensure that their organizations are better-equipped and to deal with these ever-emerging challenges.
Security breaches are what come to mind when CEOs think about cybersecurity, but there is another potential threat that is perfectly legal: Data harvesting.
Employees and vendors top a company’s list of cyber vulnerabilities. Here’s what to do about it.