About The White PaperAs rates of cyberattack rise globally, and cyber criminals become increasingly adept at circumventing security systems, boards of directors for many organizations either ignore the serious threat of cybercrime or fail to adequately secure the board itself. However, if organizations rethink how they work with data and how they secure information, they can limit their exposure to attack. We've published this white paper to help directors and managers better understand the issue of cybercrime and how to reduce board-level security risk.
This white paper will teach you:
- How to assess your board
- The top three security misconceptions
- How to evaluate board security
- How to set a secure example