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Cybersecurity and the Board

6 Concepts That Help Boards Oversee Cybersecurity

by | Feb 8, 2016 | for Cybergovernance Journal – Cybernance

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) top privacy official said today that a “clear mandate” from top management is the foundation of an organization’s ability to establish and implement an effective data security and privacy plan.

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Cybernance – First in Cybergovernance

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Information Management – 2016

Five 2016 Information Management Predictions

| Wednesday, January 13th, 2016 | recall

If it seems as though information management has grown exponentially over the past year, it has. And 2016 will continue to usher in even more growth for the industry.

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Strong Document Policies Combat Data Theft

In Era of Data Breaches, Businesses Need Strong Document Policies
Mark Pribish, Special to The Republic 6:52 p.m. MST January 28, 2016

As a consumer, I think about how my information may still reside with a tax preparer or doctor that I have not done business with in 10 years,

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2016: The Year of Cybergovernance

2016 Is The Year of Cybergovernance: How Directors Can Protect Themselves and Their Companies

by | Jan 25, 2016 | Cybernance – First in Cybergovernance

Beijing is accelerating the Chinese economy by short-circuiting the time and cost of innovation.

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Redefining the Cybersecurity Attack Surface – Part 3

Redefining the Cybersecurity Attack Surface Part 3: Managing Complexity

by | Jan 18, 2016

This is the last part of a 3-piece series on the concept of “attack surface”. Part 1 argued that an organization’s exposure to cyber risk – traditionally calculated as a tally of the technologies that house and traffic data – also includes the people who touch all those technologies.

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Cybersecurity Attack Surface – Part 1

Redefining The Cybersecurity Attack Surface, Part 1

by | Jan 4, 2016 | CYBERGOVERNANCE Journal

When discussing an organization’s security posture, “attack surface” is the common term used to describe the aggregate vulnerabilities that the firm exhibits.

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Universal Model of Cyber Risk – Part 3

A Universal Model for Assessing Cyber Risk Part 3: Obstacles to Effective Regulation

by | Dec 21, 2015 | for Cybergovernance Journal

Part 1 examined how the increasing incidence of cyber breaches is bringing significant pressure on corporate directors to assume more oversight of cyber risk In part 2 we contrasted the rise of cybergovernance (cybersecurity governance) with the history of financial governance following the passage of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act.

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Cybergovernance – The Key to Cybersecurity

Needed: A Shared Cybergovernance Model

My own theory is that we are in the middle of a dramatic and broad technological and economic shift in which software companies are poised to take over large swathes of the economy.

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Universal Model of Cyber Risk – Part 1

A Universal Model for Assessing Cyber Risk Part 1: More Than a Technology Problem

by | Dec 7, 2015 | for Cybergovernance Journal

This is the first post in a four-part discussion of the need for a universal model for assessing cyber risk.

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