Cybersecurity

Brown To Boards: “Avoid A False Sense Of Confidence”

Long-time director Colleen Brown shares her views on cyber risk oversight ahead of the upcoming Cyber Risk Forum.

Cybersecurity As A Business Strategy

A smart board of directors understands that cybersecurity is a management issue—not just a technical one. 

How Boards Can Boost Their Cyber IQ

Every member of the board has some level of accountability for knowing what constitutes cyber risk and how to best manage it. Fortunately, resources abound.

Forget Cybersecurity

It’s no longer a question of whether a company will be attacked, but when. Rather than focus on prevention, boards need to embrace the idea of cyber resilience—or continuing to operate after a breach.

Twitter, Facebook Show Impact Ethics Has on Data Governance Policy

Corporate boards may need to add more ethical considerations to their data governance policies. Recent public announcements regarding the promotion of false and misleading information by Twitter and Facebook demonstrate the type of policy...

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.

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Directors’ Outlook For Economy Dims To Pre-Vaccine Levels On Inflation Fears

Our gauge of U.S. public company board member confidence is now just 3 percent above where it was last fall, before Covid-19 vaccines were released.