If you are serving on a board, you must develop and maintain an understanding of cybersecurity so that you can help to ensure proper governance of cyber risk at all times. Anything else amounts to negligence. Here we cover best practices to act on today.
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Today's security and technology leaders are instrumental in creating a secure, collaborative culture of modern governance within their organizations.
Cybersecurity is, and will remain, the biggest challenge many healthcare institutions face. And while it may not be possible to prevent all cyberattacks, thoughtful steps towards mitigating risk and a plan to address attacks when they do happen will ensure leaders are stewarding their companies effectively through the years to come.
Amid escalating security risk and increasingly high stakes, organizations need to bridge the gaps in data security management.
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can benefit from analytics because it can help remove the guesswork and reactivity that are so characteristic of more outdated forms of cyber risk management.