Executive Personally Identifiable Information (PII): Managing Leadership Personal Information Risks

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Why a passive approach to addressing the range of privacy threats senior executives face is no longer enough to limit their risk.

In this white paper, we cover:

  • Why executives have a wider range of PII exposure than rank-and-file employees
  • Why C-level executives are more likely to be targeted by cybercriminals, scammers, and other malicious actors
  • Why senior executives are often less proactive in managing personal cybersecurity risk
  • What you can do to get visibility into the existing and ongoing PII risk sources for your senior executives

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