The risk of cyberattacks keeps boards of directors awake at night. Now that they can be held personally liable for cybersecurity breaches, directors and officers are acutely aware that the volume and complexity of cyberattacks are growing and could have a significant impact on the company’s bottom line. If a cyberattack occurs at your company, board members will be under intense scrutiny to assess if they upheld their fiduciary responsibilities.
That means their motivation to understand your company’s cybersecurity issues is at an all-time high. As the gatekeepers to approving funding for your cybersecurity priorities, it’s important for them to understand how your security strategy will impact the business’s risk profile.
If you’re asked to present to the board about your cybersecurity strategy, this is critical information to convey succinctly and in terms business leaders understand. After all, cybersecurity is no longer just a technology issue – but a business risk issue.
In this eBook, you’ll learn:
These tips come from a CISO & cybersecurity consultant who’s been in your shoes and learned, sometimes the hard way, the best methods for presenting to a board and convincing them to fund your projects.