Amid escalating security risk and increasingly high stakes, organizations need to bridge the gaps in data security management.
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The amount of data that educational organizations deal with has grown exponentially, and so has their susceptibility to cyber attacks. While school districts are particularly invested in keeping their information secure, they could be doing more in order to mitigate risks when it comes to cybersecurity.
In a business landscape where decisions are driven by data, virtually every aspect of your organization — from HR to cybersecurity — can benefit from the power of data analysis. Cybersecurity, in particular, can benefit from analytics because it can help remove the guesswork and reactivity that are so characteristic of more outdated forms of cyber risk management.
Policy shifts and technological trends have accelerated the pace at which personal health records are connected to digital networks, but the IT sector has not kept up. The gap between threats and solutions has brought cybersecurity in healthcare to critical mass — and resolving the problem starts at the top.
The fragility of our cyber landscape raises many questions for boards, management, investors and regulators. How can we mitigate the risk of state-powered and multinetwork attacks on U.S. corporations?
Our latest white paper examines the important role a cyber risk scorecard has to play in making organizations aware of the multitude of cyber risks they face, and how to deal with them. As we rapidly move towards a digitally led future, boards must ensure they have solutions in place that can help protect against any vulnerabilities.