Cybersecurity

Cyber Attackers Size Up SMEs

Spearphishing attacks by company size.

Protecting your Company Against the Growing Threat of a Cyber Breach

U.S. companies are currently experiencing annual losses of more than $525 million due to cybercrime, with the majority of these losses stemming from malicious code and denial of service attacks.

Why Your Firm Needs Skills—not Competencies—to Tackle the Cybersecurity Talent Gap

When it comes to the ongoing cybersecurity talent shortage, too many companies are getting a key part of the equation wrong.

It’s Only a Matter of Time Before you get Hacked: Verizon CEO

If CEOs needed further evidence that they need to be more prepared for cyber attacks they've just got it in spades from Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam.

4 Common Misconceptions Mid-Market Firms Have about Cyber Risk

Many mid-market firms underestimate their exposure to hacking, security breaches and cyber attacks. As the costs and frequency of these attacks continue to rise, companies need to increase awareness and overcome the misconceptions that they're too small or too niche to be targeted.

CEO Lessons Learned from a Severe Cyber Attack

Last year, Dido Harding found herself having to deal with one of Britain's worst ever cyber attacks. And, to make matters worse, the CEO of TalkTalk, one of the country's biggest telecom companies, was completely in the dark.

How Mid-Market Companies Can Protect Themselves Against Ransomware

The form of data hacking known as "ransomware" is spreading at an alarming rate and is a growing threat to mid-market companies that often are insufficiently protected against such attacks.

5 Cyber Insurance Policy Gaps that Can Spell Disaster for Companies

More than 1 in 4 board members (26%) consider cybersecurity to be the highest priority for their corporation today, according to a new report from Bay Dynamics—and for good reason.

Hungry Howie’s IT Gamble

How Steve Jackson’s appetite for technology gave his pizza company Hungry Howie's a competitive edge.

CEO Stuart McClure Has Your Cure for Failed Cybersecurity Measures

Stuart McClure had been in cybersecurity for more than a decade when he had an epiphany—namely that the conventional methods of protecting computers from malware simply don’t work.
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CEO CONFIDENCE INDEX

CEO Optimism Rebounds in November Amid Growing Hope For Tax Cuts

CEOs are reporting a renewed sense of confidence in where the business landscape will be a year from now, registering the highest level since April.
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Best and Worst States For Business

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CEO OF THE YEAR

CEO of the Year

Once a year, we celebrate the achievements of a CEO, honored for his success in and dedication to business, shareholders, customers and employees.

EDITOR'S PICKS

How A Former Accenture CEO Turned A Failing Leadership Into Growth

This former CEO's first year was a disaster until he shifted everyone's focus to create a customer-centric organization. What happened after that went directly to the bottom line.

What P&G Learned About Marketing From Elon Musk

While Tesla was moving ahead of the competition without spending a dime, P&G's marketing machine was watching closely.

How to Follow a Great Leader: Honeywell’s Darius Adamczyk Moves Forward

Darius Adamczyk, Honeywell International’s CEO since April, has a tough act to follow, but his priorities are optimistic and leave him lots of room for stamping his own legacy.

Meet the ‘New-Collar’ Workers in Manufacturing

Modern manufacturing no longer thinks in terms of white or blue collar—the workers it needs now are “new-collar”.