The importance of cybersecurity is no secret to anyone who watches the nightly news. Senior executives at businesses of all sizes understand all too well that today’s global economy is still not adequately protected against cyberattacks, despite years of effort and spending in the multi-billion dollar range each year.

But until recently, many CFOs may not have been considered an integral part of an organization’s security team or understood how to respond to security risks and the implications for their organizations. But times have changed and many CFOs are being called upon to help promote cybersecurity and identify threats.

Read the articles below for everything the finance executive needs to know about cybersecurity.

The CFO’s Role in Cybersecurity

Many finance chiefs are being called upon to help promote cybersecurity and identify threats.

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For CFOs, Cybersecurity Risk Is Like an Iceberg

Hidden in the depths are cybersecurity perils that could really bring down suppliers, partners, and systems.

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How CFOs Can Lead Cyber Security Improvements

Simply investing in new technology is not enough. CFOs must also develop and strengthen their organization’s strategies and policies that protect their information. Download this eBook to learn how you can take the lead on enhancing and policing cyber security for your organization.

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CFOs Can Move the Needle on Cybersecurity

They don’t have to be technical experts to play a big role in keeping sensitive data safe, says CFO Valerie Rainey.

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Building a Cybersecurity Team from Within

While building an in-house cybersecurity operations center can be resource-intensive, it can safeguard your data.

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Five Tips for Preventing Cybersecurity Breaches

Before looking at vendor solutions to protecting data, CFOs need to put some thought into which information to safeguard.

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One response to “Everything the Finance Exec Needs to Know About Cyber Security”

  1. In reality, every person in an organization has a role in cyber security, because every person is a potential weak spot in the system. The best way to get an important password or other piece of sensitive data? Not hacking or brute forcing – you just talk to people.

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