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Posted on July 4th 2019
The National Cyber Security Centre has published a series of articles on how organisations can protect themselves in cyberspace. Read here their guidance on why protecting information is a board-level responsibility:
Protecting key information assets is of critical importance to the sustainability and competitiveness of businesses today. Companies need to be on the front foot in terms of their cyber preparedness. Cyber security is all too often thought of as an IT issue, rather than the strategic risk management issue it actually is.
Companies benefit from managing risks across their organisations – drawing effectively on senior management support, risk management policies and processes, a risk-aware culture and the assessment of risks against objectives. There are many benefits to adopting a risk management approach to cyber security, including:
Corporate decision making is improved through the high visibility of risk exposure, both for individual activities and major projects, across the whole of the organisation.
Providing financial benefit to the organisation through the reduction of losses and improved “value for money” potential.
Organisations are prepared for most eventualities, being assured of adequate contingency plans.
We have therefore produced a set of questions for you which we believe will assist and support your existing strategic-level risk discussions, specifically how to ensure you have the right safeguards and cultures in place.
As an information security and managed services provider, we are dedicated to not only identifying your security gaps and vulnerabilities but keeping your organisation’s information safe on a moment-by-moment basis through constant visibility and monitoring.
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