How Can the Boardroom Boost Cyber Resilience?

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We are in an era where cyber threats loom larger than ever, with high-profile data breaches and other incidents emerging on a daily basis.

This has increasingly made cyber a business issue, with security spending forecast to have reached $219bn in 2023, according to the International Data Corporation (IDC). Alongside the growing risks of regulatory fines, lawsuits and even personal liability for data breaches, it has become imperative for boards to take ownership of cyber risk.

However, this is a significant challenge, with most board members lacking cybersecurity expertise.

This webinar will delve into the intricate relationship between today's boards and the risk management of their organizations, highlighting how security teams can enable them to maintain control over confidential communications, securely share information and foster effective collaboration.

Join us in this 30-minute session to learn:

  • How boards can set the tone for cybersecurity practices and fostering a positive security culture in organizations
  • How security leaders can ensure the boardroom gains sufficient expertise into cybersecurity to increase their oversight of cyber-risks
  • How to develop a robust cyber resilience strategy tailored to business needs  

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James Coker

Deputy Editor, Infosecurity Magazine

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Michael Rasmussen

GRC Analyst, GRC 20/20 Research, LLC

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