An approach to cyber security in the boardroom

An approach to cyber security in the boardroom

Cyber attacks and data leakage are daily threats to organisations globally, reminding us that we are all potential targets of this type of threat. Lawyers are discussing the potential risk of individual liability for corporate directors who do not take appropriate responsibility for oversight of cyber security.

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Connecting the dots

The process for closing that gap should not be a mystery. Taking a proactive
approach to improving cyber security governance - the dots between IT and the business, and providing the board with the information it needs - can help
position the company and the board to more selectively address the evolving
threat and implications of a major cyber security breach.

The report covers:

  • What is at stake?
  • Action steps for implementing a cyber security governance plan
  • Closing the loop with these three key questions
  • KPMG's Global Cyber Maturity Framework: Six Domains
  • A case study covering a well-defined process for board oversight of cyber security.

Key questions asked by boards and executive management

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Cyber security

The right approach to cyber security enables an organisation to embrace change, seek out new markets, and invest in transformational opportunities.

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