Securing C-Suite Collaboration in an Era of Insider Risk

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A large-scale data breach threatens every aspect of an organization’s success: its stock price, its profitability, its brand and its reputation. Consequently, cybersecurity has vaulted to the top of board agendas and risk management frameworks over the last several years, as company leaders aim to strike the right balance between digital innovation and digital risk.

The global pandemic added layers of complexity to the challenge of cybersecurity. In the span of a few weeks, organizations transitioned entire workforces and company operations to a work-from home world. The transformation to virtual collaboration tools and video conferences will shape the workplace for years to come. Yet, beneath this new normal is a world of security risks for which few companies are prepared.

This white paper shows how management teams can mitigate the virtual world’s very real risks:

  • The hidden risks in legacy systems and processes
  • Elements of a secure collaboration system
  • How to evaluate and implement a secure solution
  • Tips for gaining buy-in across the organization
  • Actionable steps for collaborating on sensitive information with confidence

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