Despite the global spotlight on cyber attacks, many organisations still struggle to get to grips with managing emerging cyber risks in an increasingly technological world.
Already burdened with a raft of director’s duties, the incoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and NIS Directive will place even greater obligations on boards to address information governance, network security and data privacy, or face staggering financial penalties.
No longer relegated to the desk of the CIO, cyber security has finally found its rightful place: front and centre in the boardroom. This makes it essential for directors to have a general understanding of cyber security risk and what it means for directors’ oversight responsibilities.
IT Governance has compiled 12 cyber security questions that every director should be asking the Chief Information Security Officer.
The guide will help directors gain clarity about improving their cyber resilience posture by asking the right questions.