It’s rare a day goes by without a cyber-attack hitting the headlines. In fact, the government’s ‘Cyber security breaches survey 2017’ claims that 68% of large UK businesses reported breaches within the last 12 months.
With organisations of all sizes increasingly likely to experience a breach, it’s time to move away from a post-event blame culture. Businesses need to be proactive in addressing the skills gap, whilst taking a calmer and pre-emptive approach to tackling the issue.
For it to be a success, CISOs need to gain the support of board members and C-level executives. They need to make the business case that cyber security is an enabler rather than a burden.
Download our white paper today and find out how to:
- Implement a culture of continuous assessment and audit
- Bridge the cyber security skills gap within your organisation
- Ensure employees at all levels know best practice
- Sell cyber security as a business investment not a cost