Research shows that 62% of senior security executives say the frequency of communications has increased and that the impact has been positive, but many organisations still experience a serious communication breakdown among the CISO, C-suite and Board of Directors.
This information certainly provides some valuable insight, but the National Association of Corporate Directors (NCD) found that Boards are dissatisfied with the quantity of information they receive about cybersecurity and IT risk.
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.
You will learn:
- How lack of information sharing poses risk to different levels of the organisation
- Supporting a risk communications workflow
- Designing a framework for security programme communications
- Defining roles and responsibilities