Evolving Set of Risk Factors Vexes Tech Industry
Cybersecurity, loss of key customers, and heightened regulation are among the top risks facing technology companies.
Making Cybersecurity a Business Function Poses Challenges
CFOs must collaborate with chief information security officers, as the challenges have their roots in areas beyond the cybersecurity domain.
Cyber Ratings Services Can Help Thwart Hackers
New generation of tools for assessing companies' "cyber hygiene" may lower the risk of data breaches.
Moody’s Says Cyber Risk Relevant to Ratings
The ratings agency would likely examine the duration and severity of a cyber attack to determine its credit impact.
Everything the Finance Exec Needs to Know About Cyber Security
Many CFOs are being called upon to help promote cybersecurity and identify threats.
Big Four Lead 9% Growth in Consulting Market
Acquisition strategies help Big Four firms to post 12% growth in 2014 to $17.5 billion.
What You Must Know to Talk About a Data Breach
You don't have to know the technical details, but it's important to grasp big-picture issues so you can discuss them with key stakeholders.
Special Report: Managing Cyber Risk
Cyber risk experts have begun to work on the assumption that it's impossible to keep networks perfectly free from attack.
What’s the Cost of a Cyberattack?
A flurry of attempts to model the risk of a corporate cyberattack hasn’t provided many answers.
Regulators Leaping into the Cyber Breach
Many regulators consider the growing tide of cyber incidents to be more of an abdication of corporate responsibility than a threat to national security.
Cyber Risk, Shareholder Activism Lead Board Concerns
Boards of directors are comfortable monitoring operational risk and fraud, but managing cyber risk is a totally different animal, finds a new study.