Cybergovernance Journal Update – 3/31/17

by | Mar 31, 2017

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Podcast: What to Expect from the Trump Executive Order

The Security Ledger, Mar. 26
What will the impact of the Cyber Executive Order be? We sat down with two experts to get their thoughts.

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What Boards Need to Know About Cyber

Cybergovernance Journal, Mar. 21
To begin to govern cyber risk, board members must first understand certain aspects of their organization’s cyber risk program. Below are five questions that directors should be asking to effectively assess and govern their organization…

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Cybernance Delivers Risk and Liability Protection Through New DHS SAFETY Act Award

Yahoo Finance, Mar. 29
The SAFETY Act provides liability and risk management protections to sellers of Qualified Anti-Terrorism Technologies (QATT) by capping or even eliminating third-party liability in the event of an act of terrorism. It extends to customers who purchase and use products or services that have received a SAFETY Act award. Cybernance’s SAFETY Act award provides this liability protection to its customers, effective immediately…

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Survey: Third of UK companies Still Failing to Improve Cyber Security

ITProPortal, Mar. 29
65% of companies don’t have any security solutions deployed onto their mobile devices, and 68% of companies do not have an awareness program aimed at employees of all levels to ensure they are cyber aware…

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Tyrie Bemoans “Opaque” Nature of Oversight of Cyber Risk in Financial Services

Out-Law, Mar. 24
A UK parliamentary watchdog has called on the UK chancellor to clarify how oversight of cyber risk in financial services is provided for in practice after expressing concern that the lines of responsibility and accountability for reducing such threats are “opaque”…

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Cyber Risk Management for Corporate Directors

BLG, Feb. 24
Corporate directors should take seriously their legal responsibility to take an active role in their corporations’ cyber risk management activities, and ensure that corporate management has properly implemented appropriate policies and procedures to manage cyber risks and to respond effectively to cybersecurity incidents…

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