Obtaining genuine board-level buy-in for cybersecurity strategy is often cited as one of the CISO’s biggest challenges. How confident are Europe’s CISOs, and what does increased (or insufficient) board support mean for them?
Only 12% of companies believe their IT training strategy is very effective, and 11% believe that the training they need is available to them.
Scale Venture Partners have released a report on how developments over the last year are shaping strategy, budget, and board-level investment in security.
Data breach costs have risen significantly over the past two years for companies of all sizes, with the average enterprise data breach costing over $1 million.
Two prominent security consultant firms estimate that energy companies, ranging from drillers to pipeline operators to utilities, invest less than 0.2 percent of their revenue in cyber security.
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon says existing laws are not enough to protect the U.S. and global financial system from security breaches.
In a widely publicized June 2014 speech given by Securities and Exchange Commissioner (SEC) Luis Aguilar, the commissioner threw down the gauntlet to directors of public companies, telling them that they needed to become active participants in overseeing their companies’ cybersecurity planning and preparation.