Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity Reporting: Future Considerations For Board Members

There is growing need for organizations to report to their management, boards and outside stakeholders (such as shareholders) on how the organization is being protected from the growing rates of cyber attacks.

Watch Out: The Privacy Police Are Coming

Hastily enacted regulation that limits innovation and technological advancements and imposes a broader set of requirements on companies and board members is not the solution to the potential ethical issues surrounding A.I.

Cyber Risk: A Boardroom Priority

Discussing cyber risk is undeniably an important conversation that should be taking place in every boardroom. Here are a few critical points board members should be aware of and ask their CEOs about.

Three Signs Your Company Is At Increased Risk of Cyber Attack

The effectiveness of a cybersecurity defense, like that of the immune system, depends on each component efficiently fulfilling its role. Similarly, a corporate body’s health and safety depends on its ability to do three things.

Cybersecurity Breach Protocol: Balancing Legal and Communication Risks

Boards that take management of legal and brand risks seriously have a formal integrated breach protocol in place, with the expectation that a cybersecurity incident is likely to occur in the future.

Raytheon CEO: Directors Must Hold Management Accountable On Cybersecurity

Corporate Board Member asked Kennedy to discuss what the board of directors' role is in creating a cyber-safe workspace. The Raytheon CEO also touched upon the role company culture plays in creating a more secure organization, how his leadership style has evolved and more. Below are excerpts from this email conversation.

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