A spate of high-profile, high-impact cyber breaches at several of the largest financial institutions in the United States has brought attention to a point that cybersecurity professionals have long taken as an article of faith: boards of directors need to take an active role in the management of cyber risk.
Yet, there are several factors that tend to prevent effective engagement in cybersecurity risk at the board level.
Read on to discover:
- Four crucial areas boards should focus on when considering cybersecurity
- Two keys to integrating cyber risk with the other risk domains
- Why developing a culture of cybersecurity is critical