CEOs can no longer plead ignorance when it comes to a data breach; just knowing about is not enough. They must understand how to solve them.
CEOs can lead management in preparing for and reducing the risk of cyberattacks across all lines of business, potentially affecting their customers, partners, shareholders, staff and company reputation.
Today’s business landscape requires organizations to be increasingly dependent on the strength of their cybersecurity teams, and understanding how to hire a legitimate expert in the field is critical.
In part 2 of our 2-part interview, Chief Executive caught up with Michael Chertoff to talk about what CEOs are missing when it comes to to cybersecurity.
In part 1 of our 2-part interview, Chief Executive caught up with Chertoff to talk about cyber threats, what's on the horizon in cybersecurity and what CEOs and directors need to know moving forward.
While companies fear the impact of a cyberattack, only 19 percent are highly confident in their organization’s ability to prevent and respond to a hack.
Understanding a company’s cybersecurity posture and risk management strategy is an essential element of thorough investment due diligence.
The man who built the U.S. Army’s cyber command says online threats are going get worse before they get better. But that doesn’t mean leaders are powerless. Here's how to protect your information and leave no data behind.
A frank conversation on the responsibilities of company leadership with regard to cybersecurity, for both the C-Suite and the board, is long overdue.
Given the current cyber environment, one would expect cybersecurity assessment to be a standard component in the M&A due diligence tool kit. Surprisingly, that’s not always the case.