While board directors have been concerned with cybersecurity for some time, we're now seeing reports that they are improving their understanding of cyber risks and how those risks can impact business.
In the security industry there is a range of cyber risks that can cause catastrophic damage to a business. What can we learn from other industries that manage these kinds of risks?
There's a growing disparity between IT professionals and the C-suite regarding SAP GRC concerns. Bridging this gap of understanding is the first step toward an effective compliance strategy.
What can PwC's 2017 Annual Corporate Directors Survey tell us about cyber risks? Explore the key takeaways, including insights about strategy oversight and board oversight of IT and security.
IBM was recently named a Leader, again, in Gartner's 2018 Magic Quadrant for Identity Governance and Administration (IGA).
The National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD)'s "2018 Governance Outlook: Projections on Emerging Board Matters" offered key advice to help board directors engage with cyber risk management.
The B-2-C-12 formula enables security professionals to demonstrate the value gain of their identity governance and administration investments faster.
To effectively manage and remediate insider threats, the CISO must establish a comprehensive approach to governance, data analysis and incident response.
While security solutions can certainly help organizations fight ransomware and other threats, the best defense is a robust risk governance strategy.
Board directors must become more engaged in cyber risk governance or risk incurring regulatory fines and being sued by shareholders.