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Cyber Risk – Part 2

Size and Shape of Cyber Risk – Part 2

by | Mar 14, 2016 | for Cybergovernance Journal

In the first part of this series we explored the composition of “risk”: 1) the probability of a certain event,

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Cyber Risk – Part 1

The Size and Shape of Cyber Risk – Part 1

by | Mar 7, 2016

Cyber risk has no obvious shape or size. That’s why it’s such a thorny problem – it is exceedingly difficult to pinpoint factors that drive risk.

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Vendor Compliance and Third Party Risk

5 Best Practices for Reducing Vendor & Third-Party Security Risks

Vendors and other third-party partners have caused some big data breaches. Here is how to keep it from happening to you.

By Jeff Goldman  | Posted February 08, 2016

With security breaches now a regular fixture in the news,

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Posted in attack surface, Breach, Compliance, Content, cybergovernance, Cybersecurity, Data Security, Hacks, Insider Threats, Risk Management, Vendor Compliance
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The Correct Intelligence is Vital

Threat Intelligence, Meet Defense Intelligence

by | Feb 1, 2016 | Cybergovernance Journal

The relationship between cybersecurity and cyber risk is subtle and nuanced. Cybersecurity is the label placed on activities whose focus is protecting information assets and network operations from compromise.

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Posted in Breach, Cyberattack, cybergovernance, Cybersecurity, defense intelligence, Hacks, Incident Response, Risk Management
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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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Posted in Breach, Cyberattack, cybergovernance, Data Security, Governance, Hacks, Incident Response, Legal, Risk Management
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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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Posted in cybergovernance, Cybersecurity, Fraud, Governance, Hacks, ID Theft, Malware, Malware & Other Threats, Phishing, ransomware, Regulatory, Risk Management
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Universal Model of Cyber Risk – Part 4

A Universal Model for Assessing Cyber Risk Part 4: Toward a Universal Cybergovernance Model

by | Dec 28, 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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Universal Model of Cyber Risk – Part 2

A Universal Model for Assessing Cyber Risk Part 2: Following the Path of Financial Governance

by | Dec 14, 2015 | for Cybergovernance Journal

In part 1 we examined how the increasing incidence of cyber breaches is bringing significant pressure on corporate directors to assume more oversight of cyber risk.

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Posted in Compliance, Content, cybergovernance, Cybersecurity, Financials, Risk Management
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Cyber Governance and Risk in the Boardroom

At the recent “Cyber Risks in the Boardroom” conference held in New York, leading experts in the public and private sectors shared their perspectives for directors as they navigate these uncharted waters.

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2016 Cybersecurity Predictions: Wearables, Automobiles, & ID-theft

Consumers, business benefit from huge growth in tech and apps – so do ID-theft criminals

To help you protect and mitigate the potential negative impact of the “internet of things,” which brings more users,

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