Executives are increasingly viewing data risk management as an area that can reduce costs and increase information security.
Understanding the COSO 2017 Enterprise Risk Management Framework, Part 2: Combining Apples With Oranges
Organizations that follow both the COSO enterprise risk management framework and the NIST CSF can vastly improve their cyber risk oversight and management.
Operational risk management can help organizations measure the cost of network security solutions versus the cost of a potential data breach.
The new COSO enterprise risk management framework offers business leaders a road map to more effectively assess, manage, review and report on cyber risks.
A secure digital transformation requires open lines of communication and collaboration between line of business executives and security leaders.
The Three Lines of Defense model enables board directors to be involved in the cyber risk management process without micromanaging the security team.
Our sensitive data is exposed to more internal and external threats, heightening the data risk more than ever before.
Executives need an external risk adviser to help them monitor the cyber risk landscape and implement, monitor and refine security controls accordingly.
Without the proper context of risk analysis, evaluations of security investments that involve ROI calculations are virtually meaningless.
Intellectual property security is crucial to any company's bottom line. IT teams must locate this data, asses its risk and adjust policies accordingly.