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# [https://www.ciodive.com/news/ceo-ciso-security-risk-assessment/578160/ CISO vs. CEO: How executives rate their security posture] - According to a survey of 200 CEOs and CISOs from The Wall Street Journal Intelligence and Forcepoint, CISOs believe in the effectiveness of their digital and security maturity more than their CEOs.  The report also measured leaders vs. non-leaders, with the following results:
 
# [https://www.ciodive.com/news/ceo-ciso-security-risk-assessment/578160/ CISO vs. CEO: How executives rate their security posture] - According to a survey of 200 CEOs and CISOs from The Wall Street Journal Intelligence and Forcepoint, CISOs believe in the effectiveness of their digital and security maturity more than their CEOs.  The report also measured leaders vs. non-leaders, with the following results:
* Leaders in cybersecurity have more discipline for implementing strategy on a regular basis, whereas non-leaders were more likely to update their cybersecurity strategy "intermittently"
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** Leaders in cybersecurity have more discipline for implementing strategy on a regular basis, whereas non-leaders were more likely to update their cybersecurity strategy "intermittently"
* About two-thirds of executives are considered "non-leaders" with only 39% having their boards of directors "fully engaged" with security strategy
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** About two-thirds of executives are considered "non-leaders" with only 39% having their boards of directors "fully engaged" with security strategy
* The remaining executives scored "the highest possible rating for digital maturity, cybersecurity effectiveness, and cybersecurity talent and acquisition" with 82% having their boards of directors "fully engaged" with security strategy  
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** The remaining executives scored "the highest possible rating for digital maturity, cybersecurity effectiveness, and cybersecurity talent and acquisition" with 82% having their boards of directors "fully engaged" with security strategy  
* 70% of leaders are more concerned with increasing agility than reducing costs, compared to 57% of non-leaders
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** 70% of leaders are more concerned with increasing agility than reducing costs, compared to 57% of non-leaders
* Nearly two-thirds of leaders value protecting consumer data over organizational intellectual property, compared to 56% of non-leaders
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** Nearly two-thirds of leaders value protecting consumer data over organizational intellectual property, compared to 56% of non-leaders
 
# [https://www.computerweekly.com/opinion/Security-Think-Tank-CISO-stress-moving-from-recognition-to-action CISO stress – moving from recognition to action] - Cyber criminals are enjoying a boom during the Covid-19 pandemic, and security teams are working overtime as a result. How can security professionals manage their increased workload, safeguard their mental wellbeing and avoid burnout?
 
# [https://www.computerweekly.com/opinion/Security-Think-Tank-CISO-stress-moving-from-recognition-to-action CISO stress – moving from recognition to action] - Cyber criminals are enjoying a boom during the Covid-19 pandemic, and security teams are working overtime as a result. How can security professionals manage their increased workload, safeguard their mental wellbeing and avoid burnout?
 
# [https://www.informationsecuritybuzz.com/articles/3-reasons-why-cybersecurity-is-not-a-technical-problem/ 3 Reasons Why Cybersecurity Is Not A Technical Problem] - Cyber risk is getting worse, but understanding and managing it needs to get better immediately. Below are the top three reasons why cybersecurity should no longer be just viewed as a technical problem...
 
# [https://www.informationsecuritybuzz.com/articles/3-reasons-why-cybersecurity-is-not-a-technical-problem/ 3 Reasons Why Cybersecurity Is Not A Technical Problem] - Cyber risk is getting worse, but understanding and managing it needs to get better immediately. Below are the top three reasons why cybersecurity should no longer be just viewed as a technical problem...

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  1. CISO vs. CEO: How executives rate their security posture - According to a survey of 200 CEOs and CISOs from The Wall Street Journal Intelligence and Forcepoint, CISOs believe in the effectiveness of their digital and security maturity more than their CEOs. The report also measured leaders vs. non-leaders, with the following results:
    • Leaders in cybersecurity have more discipline for implementing strategy on a regular basis, whereas non-leaders were more likely to update their cybersecurity strategy "intermittently"
    • About two-thirds of executives are considered "non-leaders" with only 39% having their boards of directors "fully engaged" with security strategy
    • The remaining executives scored "the highest possible rating for digital maturity, cybersecurity effectiveness, and cybersecurity talent and acquisition" with 82% having their boards of directors "fully engaged" with security strategy
    • 70% of leaders are more concerned with increasing agility than reducing costs, compared to 57% of non-leaders
    • Nearly two-thirds of leaders value protecting consumer data over organizational intellectual property, compared to 56% of non-leaders
  1. CISO stress – moving from recognition to action - Cyber criminals are enjoying a boom during the Covid-19 pandemic, and security teams are working overtime as a result. How can security professionals manage their increased workload, safeguard their mental wellbeing and avoid burnout?
  2. 3 Reasons Why Cybersecurity Is Not A Technical Problem - Cyber risk is getting worse, but understanding and managing it needs to get better immediately. Below are the top three reasons why cybersecurity should no longer be just viewed as a technical problem...
    1. The Technical Language Limits a Secure Understanding
    2. The Technical Dollars Don’t Ensure Financial Sensibility
    3. The Technical Reports Don’t Measure Quantitatively
  3. How to Be a Great Listener in Remote Meetings - Here are five ways to be a better listener in remote meetings:
    1. You listen for what's being said and for what isn't being said.
    2. You don't relate everything you hear back to yourself.
    3. You paraphrase what you're hearing to check for understanding.
    4. You get comfortable with silence.
    5. You are inclusive in who you listen to.
  4. 7 techniques to build supply chain resilience - In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, business and supply chain leaders have realized how important supply chain resiliency is. Here are seven ways to boost it...
    1. Build analytics capabilities
    2. Consider contactless delivery options
    3. Rethink supplier strategy
    4. Focus on rapid response
    5. Use digital twins
    6. Invest in 3D printing
    7. Automate repetitive tasks
  5. How CIOs can combat the IT talent shortage - Research shows organizations are still struggling to bring in IT talent. We identify the reasons why there's a shortage and what CIOs and other IT leaders can do to combat it. There are three practical steps that can nurture IT talent:
    1. Internships with promising high school and college students.
    2. Compensation and support for completing technical specializations.
    3. Invite IT to the table for critical strategic projects.