CFOs can no longer respond with “that’s not my department” when it comes to cybersecurity. In a recent article by Harvard Business Review, CFOs were outed for not taking an active role in their organization’s cybersecurity efforts. Today’s financial executive must focus on more than managing financial risk—they must become an engaged member of the security team.
Data breaches are extremely damaging, costing executives their jobs, destroying brands and causing vital information to be lost. CFOs need to start becoming more competent in cybersecurity methods and implementing practical solutions for keeping data safe and managing risk.
To start building a cybersecurity plan, schedule a free onsite consultation with us to discuss performing a penetration and vulnerability test for your organization. This assessment will help you identify holes in your defenses and uncover areas that hackers can exploit and access critical data. Using the results of these tests, we can work together to fix existing issues and create a cybersecurity plan that protects your people, processes and data.
This article was written for Association TRENDS. Check out the original posting HERE.