Small Companies Carry Greatest Cyber-Risk
More than half of top executives at small businesses don't believe their company is a target for cyber-criminals. They're wrong.
What CFOs Should Know About Retirement Plan Audits
A finance chief may focus on a plan's costs, but there are other elements to consider when assessing overall plan value. Audits can help reveal that value.
Data Security Distracts CFOs from ‘Day Jobs’
About 20% of finance chiefs admit their companies' systems have been hacked, yet their level of optimism stays at a record high: Duke/CFO Outlook Survey.
Want to Be a Nonprofit CFO? Much Will Be Familiar
Even in the nonprofit world, finance chiefs often view things differently than their C-suite colleagues do.
Symantec Stock Dives on News of Internal Probe
The cybersecurity firm discloses the audit committee of its board has begun an investigation of "concerns raised by a former employee."
Complying for Security’s Sake
Compliance with emerging data-security laws will strengthen companies, not weaken them.
How to Manage Cyber-Whistleblower Risk
Companies should pay specific attention to risks arising from the increasingly common whistleblower complaints regarding data breaches and cybersecurity.
A (Digital) Dream Deferred
Many finance chiefs avoid falling in love with the latest digital tools because they recognize the risks and costs to the enterprise.
Among the various threats to corporate well-being, one — the vulnerability of sensitive data — stands out from the crowd.
How Fake News May Lead Us to a Cyberwar
To put it bluntly, fake news itself is a form of cyberattack that will only grow significantly in 2018 and beyond.
Don’t Forget Cybersecurity in M&A Due Diligence
Traditionally, cybersecurity oversight in any merger and acquisition process has been relegated to an add-on check.