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CISO reports must clearly illustrate how cybersecurity relates to business objectives in a way that board directors can understand.
Board directors must become more engaged in cyber risk governance or risk incurring regulatory fines and being sued by shareholders.
Security leaders must translate their technical expertise into business insights when communicating cyber risks to executives and board directors.
NACD updated its "Director's Handbook on Cyber-Risk Oversight," which included five new cybersecurity principles for boards of directors.