Cybersecurity Awareness Must Generate From The Top

A culture is created where security isn’t just a cost center or a required set of checkboxes, but rather a game plan to better enable the business.

In a cybersecurity situation, your first line of defense may be to call the CTO, but planning and prevention is really an enterprise-wide responsibility.

Published on Chief Executive | By Phil Friedman

When executives acknowledge that cybersecurity should be integral to the overall strategy of an organization, a culture is created where security isn’t just a cost center or required set of checkboxes, but rather a game plan to better enable the business.

With the right preparation, CEOs can lead management in preparing for and reducing the risk of cyberattacks across all lines of business, potentially affecting their customers, partners, shareholders, staff and company reputation.

But how? While cyberattacks are on the rise, companies can mitigate the pending disaster by taking a team-based approach.

''As leaders, we need to ensure that cybersecurity is a priority - not an afterthought''

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