Deciding on any significant organizational change is difficult. There are multiple stakeholders to please, a budget to meet, and risks to manage. When the change involves choosing and implementing a new system, there are even more issues: establishing that it meets your organization’s security needs and expectations can be complicated. If you’re looking for a new system, here are 30 questions you may consider asking to determine if it’s the right option:
There are three primary reasons all risk professionals should actively manage cyber risk: to comply with regulations, its frequency, and its severity. But what can be done about this problem?
In a study by Accenture Insurance, only 43% of executives believed that their organization’s cyber defence was fully functional. Cyber risk is a difficult threat to manage as technology is constantly changing and there isn’t one clear-cut solution. This list of strategies can be used individually or in tandem to reduce an organization’s cyber risk.
Last week, we presented 8 best practices for managing cyber risk. Now we're going to explain why it's so crucial to implement these strategies today. As technologies advance, risk teams are in a constant battle to protect their organizations against new threats. The most recent trend to gain attention is cyber risk. In a 2018 survey conducted by Risk.net, areas of cyber risk ranked #1 and #2 on a list of top ten operational risks.