Protect and enable the business and its customers.
Cybersecurity has been on the agenda of CEOs, boards, and investors for years. Cyber-attacks, however, show no signs of slowing down. Instead, their frequency and sophistication are increasing as hacker groups grow in size and number and emerging technologies — like artificial intelligence, machine learning, and the Internet of Things — continue to mature.
Organizations are at higher risk than ever before, and, whether they’re in the business or IT, cybersecurity leaders can no longer rely on cyber strategies that are driven by internal audit and compliance requirements and measured against industry frameworks, certifications, and maturity models. Instead, successful leaders are shifting their decision-making processes to focus on the direct support of business goals and effective management of business risk. And they’re working hard to elevate the priority of cybersecurity initiatives within the organization to accurately reflect the risk inherent in our environment today.