5 Steps to Help Your Board of Directors Understand the Changing Nature of Data Security
CISOs and security leaders need to be included in the board of directors’ data risk conversations in order to communicate that all data — not just information governed by regulations — matters when it comes to security. By taking a broader approach to data protection, they can help the company grow and also reduce risks. This infographic covers five easy steps to start the communication process with your board of directors.
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In this 5 Steps to Help Your Board of Directors Understand the Changing Nature of Data Security infographic, security leaders will learn how to help corporate boards understand the broad nature of security. The need to build consensus and understand business security is paramount as cyber threats come from both external and internal sources. Many data risks are often overlooked by boards when viewing the nature of security as only pertaining to regulated data.
When board of directors think of data risk exclusively as an issue of regulated data, they tend to treat all data risk situations as requiring the same risk mitigation measures. As a result, CISOs tend to experience a complacent board that is unwilling to invest beyond traditional prevention and anti-malware when addressing data risk.
Insider risk — data a risk through employee actions — is a growing issue for organizations. Risk can occur when employees are moving or uploading data to file sharing sites during remote work. Risk is also heightened when departing employees take files with them to their next job. Use this infographic and CISO checklist to convey the changing nature of software solutions.
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