Cyber Thefts Made Worse By a Failure to Communicate at High Levels
In times of a cyber breach, fast communications are often crucial to stop the leak of information. Yet today, many heads of big corporations including the CIO and CISO, are not sure how to address every enterprise cyber risk issue. Addressing cyber risks in terms of NIST standards is another area where directors are often at a loss. These areas are highly complex and yet have become an integral part of the way businesses now operate.
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Through our extensive research, Cybernance has discovered that this problem requires more than just one solution. In order to mitigate damages, it’s important to address every layer including technology, board governance, and management. Our CMOM or “Cybergovernance Maturity Oversight Model” is a SaaS platform that collects data on hundreds of cybersecurity controls and generates information needed for directors and executive management.
The Cybernance Solution
The National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD) has reviewed recent cyber breaches and found that board of directors training can be very effective. Cybersecurity training now includes better communications between managers, customers and CEOs. Though the Internet has greatly changed the way the world does business, the same can be said for cyber theft.
Cybernance has developed a comprehensive system to address all of these concerns and much more. It’s all-inclusive and easy for corporate directors to begin utilizing right away. In times of a breach, get much better enterprise risk management with the Cybernance solution. Contact us today to learn more.
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In times of a cyber breach, fast communications are crucial to stop it. Yet many corporate heads are not sure how to handle the cyber risk issue.
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