‘Get Educated,’ Says CFO of Cybersecurity Juggernaut Palo Alto Networks
There's no excuse today for a finance chief to abdicate responsibility for security, says CFO Steffan Tomlinson.
Cybersecurity: The Cost of Immaturity
The business of protecting against computer hacking is booming.
U.S., Microsoft Battle Over Data Stored Abroad
Microsoft is challenging a U.S. search warrant for customer emails stored in a data center in Ireland.
Health Care’s Cyber-Security Spend Found Lacking
Health care lags other industries in preparedness for cyber attacks.
How to Prevent Data Breaches by Service Providers
Here are some practical ways to improve providers' data-security efforts.
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.
St. Louis Fed Confirms Hacker Attack on Website
Cybersecurity expert says the hack was a "great way" to obtain users' passwords and email addresses.
CFOs Collaborating More with Their CIOs
Finance chiefs' insufficient understanding of IT issues is still a major hurdle, though, says E&Y.
6 Ways to Combat Internal Threats to Data Security
Companies can cut down on the number of data breaches attributable to employee error or fraudulent behavior.
Beware of Leaky Apps
Executives of companies developing apps need to know that developers often fall short on security, a Verizon official says.
8 Steps to Stronger Information Risk Management
How can CFOs balance the risk/reward equation to spark CEOs' interest in information risk management decisions?