Why Cybersecurity Is Financially Undervalued
Securing corporate America is not a technology problem. Instead, shareholders need to value cybersecurity and begin to punish poor performance.
Do You Even Know What Cyber Defense Is?
The defensive posture of many companies is targeted at preventing malware and insider attacks, not cyberattacks.
Square-Off: Are Corporate Cyber Defenses Adequate?
In a word: No. And it's because of the undervaluation of corporate data assets.
Companies Should Learn from Cyber Attacks Against Government
There's nothing preventing cyber criminals from attacking companies with tactics that have already shown their effectiveness in the political realm.
Cybersecurity Demands a Military Mindset
The way the cybersecurity industry has reacted to recent threats has created deep mistrust among its customers.
SEC’s Non-GAAP Guidance Should Be Withdrawn
Sometimes, the commission’s metrics guidance works against the interests of financial-statement users, a capital markets expert says.
Effects of Latest Non-GAAP Guidance? Too Early to Tell
But the SEC should continue trying to boost transparency and comparability in reporting: CFA Institute official.
Square-Off: Are the SEC’s Non-GAAP Rules Too Strict?
There's an awful lot of gray area around the topic of what companies should or shouldn't do in their presentations of the unofficial metrics.
Non-GAAP Metrics Are a Response to Faulty Reporting Standards
Inconsistent interpretation, guidance, and enforcement of non-GAAP measures lead to a lack of confidence in reporting.
Non-GAAP Rules Are Needed to Keep Companies Honest
While non-GAAP metrics are often useful, too many companies use them to present a misleading picture of performance, a senior auditor says.
Executive Compensation Is Right Where It Should Be
The market for executive pay is more efficient today than it was decades ago, a pay consultant insists.