You will learn:
- How lack of information sharing poses risk to different levels of the organization
- Supporting a risk communications workflow
- Designing a framework for security program communications
- Defining roles and responsibilities
Respondents from a recent research study report that 50% of Boards of directors and senior executives are currently becoming more involved in their organization’s IT security practices, 19% significantly so, thus signifying a positive change required by CISOs and risk professionals.
This information certainly provides some valuable insight, yet many organizations still experience serious communication breakdowns among the CISO, C-suite and Board of Directors.
This white paper covers the challenges of information sharing among the CISO, C-Suite and Board of Directors and provides a framework and guidance on defining roles and responsibilities.
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