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* https://medium.com/swlh/3-habits-for-improving-municipal-ransomware-defense-c4bd027cad7c?source=friends_link&sk=1e72bb7660d379063d24d3347970f0bd
* https://medium.com/@michael_figueroa/higher-ed-needs-a-cybersecurity-intervention-4eeff14c3bb8?source=friends_link&sk=0777c81ed84bef5ebe6698865761be2e
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= Leadership Articles =
# [https://www.ciodive.com/news/board-members-find-cybersecurity-risk-an-existential-threat/570532/ Board members find cybersecurity risk an existential threat]- According to a study from UC Berkeley's Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity (CLTC) and consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton:## Members of board of directors find cybersecurity risk to be a "fundamental hazard to the continued existence of the enterprise"## Board members see cyber risk as "no longer confined to a set of operational decisions to be left solely in the hands of IT management"## But board members say they don't have the information and processes in place to provide effective governance when it comes to cyber risk# [https://hbr.org/2020/01/when-community-becomes-your-competitive-advantage When Community Becomes Your Competitive Advantage]- While communities generate tangible value for businesses — such as content, events, online advocacy and marketing, technology production, customer support, and education — it is the intangible value that members derive from the experience that makes these environments truly “sticky.” Successful communities have seven key elements:## A shared purpose and values. ## Simple, easily accessible value consumption. ## Simple, easily navigable value creation. ## Clearly defined incentives and rewards. ## Carefully crafted accountability. ## Healthy, diverse participation driven by good leadership.## Open, objective, governance and evolution. # [https://hbr.org/2020/01/the-little-things-that-make-employees-feel-appreciated The Little Things That Make Employees Feel Appreciated]- If managers could make a far broader group of employees feel appreciated, the benefits would be considerable. Here's what they need to do:## Touch base early and often.## Give balanced feedback.## Address growth opportunities.## Offer flexibility.## Make it a habit.# [https://www.inc.com/maya-hu-chan/dont-stay-in-your-lane-secret-to-developing-your-career.html Don't Stay in Your Lane: The Secret to Developing Your Career]- Want to get the most you can out of your career? Learn what self-advocacy looks like.## Own your voice.## Raise your hand.## Find a mentor or sponsor.# [https://tomtunguz.com/trust-core-marketing/ TRUST IS AT THE CORE OF SOFTWARE MARKETING]- Of course, trust doesn't stop with marketing. Slimy sales practices provokes distrust. Shoddy product quality erodes trust. Slow or opaque customer support also erodes trust. Every interaction with a customer is an opportunity to engender or erode trust.# [https://www.ciodive.com/news/chipotle-target-cisos-repurpose-talent-for-cyber/570783/ Chipotle, Target CISOs: Repurpose talent for cyber]- "I'm as likely to hire somebody with an economics degree as I am with computer science. Economics is about finding patterns in the data," said Dave Estlick, CISO of Chipotle.
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