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  • Does Your Board Really Understand Your Cyber Risks? - Over the past decade, business leaders have had to face an uncomfortable truth: It’s become impossible to sit at the head of a company and not address the threat of cyber risk. But where do you start? Here are the basic building blocks:
    • Define your risk appetite
    • Focus on outcomes
    • Establish a culture of cybersecurity and resilience
  • Why Companies Need CISOs and CIOs as Board Members - Diversity not only includes gender and racial diversity, but also diversity of thought. Technology expertise is especially lacking at the board level. In fact, a new report (PDF) finds that in 2019, approximately 70% of new independent directors came from CEO, operating or senior finance experience, with no mention of technology experience representation. As the discussion on risk and security is heightened and becomes more complex, organizations must look towards a future that includes technology experts on their boards.
  • 10 value-adds that CISOs can deliver - Savvy security chiefs are generating returns for their organizations beyond enabling secure business operations. Here's how they do it:
    • Bring better order to organizational data
    • Identify policy and procedural lapses
    • Spot superfluous spending
    • Lend skills to IP protection
    • Make security a selling point
    • Build Bridges
    • Help out partners
    • Find, promote opportunities for standardization
    • Shape strategic plans
    • Streamline regulatory controls
  • How can the C-suite support CISOs in improving cybersecurity? -
  • Think You're Spending Enough on Security? -
  • “Psychology of Human Error” Could Help Businesses Prevent Security Breaches -