The CEO’s Role In Preventing A Cyber Crisis
Don't worry—you already have the skills you need to avoid a cyber crisis
If you’re like many CEOs we meet, you assume cyber risks are best left to the experts and you have these experts in your IT and cybersecurity departments.
But the reality is that no amount of delegation will shield you from the personal consequences of a cyberattack. Following a breach, parties whose information is stolen, or whose lives are otherwise impacted, look for someone to blame. And they don’t look to your technical experts or security vendors. Upset politicians and incited media don’t blame a faulty firewall.
They look at you, the CEO. And they don’t care who you put in charge of cybersecurity.
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