The voice of risk: how CISOs can make themselves heard

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Language is key to successful collaboration between the chief information security officer (CISO) and other executives

Risk and resilience: how to thrive in the cyber age

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‘Traditional corporate governance principles on their own are inadequate in the face of digital transformation’

Critical infrastructure attacks: nations are not ready

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With cyberattacks rising in both volume and complexity, and critical network infrastructure now a vulnerable target, filling the gaps in government cyberdefence has never been more important

How to build a cyber-resilient business

As the number of cyberattacks surge, firms must ensure they have a resilient-by-design business model

Five ways to get staff behind cyberdefence

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Optimising employee engagement has many benefits, not least bolstering cybersecurity and reducing the likelihood of insider threats

AI in cybersecurity: a new tool for hackers?

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Use of artificial intelligence (AI) in cybersecurity is enabling IT professionals to predict and react to emerging cyberthreats quicker and more effectively than ever before. So how can they expect to respond when AI falls into the wrong hands?

Five ways cyberattacks can damage company value

The potential impact of cyberattacks on company value continues to be misunderstood by many business leaders and finance professionals. So, while financial audits are regulated, why is cyber-risk still largely ignored and underplayed?

Should you employ a former black hat hacker?

In hacking, as in life, it is not just good and bad, black and white: there is a grey area