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A company’s board of directors is expected to drive market competitiveness by asking the tough questions—about executive performance, growth opportunities, compliance, risk, and more.
In 2017, cyber risk is reaching new heights in both event likelihood and business impact. As boards and associated executive committees engage in dialogue over this ever-evolving topic, they need access to the right information to effectively challenge the security status quo and validate that the future investment strategy will address the anticipated cyber risk environment.
As we peer into how business, technology, regulatory, and cyber threat realities are evolving in the coming year, here is a reference guide for board members to use in validating their company’s cybersecurity approach.
“Adversaries are diversifying their methods and intents—going beyond traditional theft of personally identifiable information and intellectual property.”