Cybersecurity has historically been a tough topic to explain to boards. Now with the cost of breaches increasing rapidly, cyber leaders need to think of innovative ways to get boards engaged. At the latest...
Two recent reports highlight the current cyber security paradox: While the COVID pandemic has turned business and society upside down, well-established cyber security practices – some known for decades – remain the best way to protect yourself.
For any organisation above a certain size, effective and efficient protection can only result from the layered application of protective measures at people, process and technology level. And in that order.
Taking a pure operational approach to cyber security fails because it downgrades a complex matter and negates its true dimension. It is not – and has never been – a purely technical problem.
Contributor and Transformation Officer Shaun Taylor shares his experience from a recent transformation project which required rapid outcomes. Find out which principles helped them deliver change amid a myriad of challenges.
Expert Contributor and cybersecurity specialist Jean-Christophe Gaillard highlights the instability of the current security landscape. Specifically, he delves into why cutting security spending to the ground in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis would be disastrous.