How Board of Directors Should and Shouldn’t View Data Risk
Corporate boards have become more engaged in cyber security initiatives in recent years, driven largely by the high-profile data breaches hitting some of the world’s best-known brands. Security leaders need to join the conversation and steer the board in the right direction. This infographic outlines how boards should (and shouldn’t) view data risk.
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In this How Board of Directors Should and Shouldn’t View Data Risk infographic, security leaders will learn how to engage corporate boards on the topic of cyber security and how data should be viewed in order to build consensus. One aspect of security that is often overlooked is insider risk. While risk is often viewed as coming from malicious outside players, an organization’s own employees also pose a risk.
Employees can intentionally and unintentionally put an organization’s valuable data at risk. The greatest risk comes from the rise of remote work, mergers and acquisitions, departing employees and high-value data leaks. This infographic for board of directors will help security leaders convey insider risk so corporate boards have a clear picture of what’s at stake.
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