As the risk of cybersecurity incidents is growing, along with the risk of significant harm to the business itself, cybersecurity is becoming a more critical issue. This should make it a matter for the board, yet many still consider cybersecurity to be primarily an IT responsibility.
- Why the regulatory environment, and the significant fines organizations can face for failing to comply, should naturally make cybersecurity and data protection board-level concerns
- Why not taking an active interest in cybersecurity may constitute a breach of a director’s duties
- How cybersecurity is at its most effective when taking a top-down approach
- How ISO 27001 and ISO 22301 can help directors and their organizations manage cybersecurity and resilience effectively