Cybersecurity continues to climb the list of concerns for business leaders, along with executives’ concerns over medical cost inflation, legal liability, attracting and retaining talent, compliance and apprehension over economic uncertainty.
With cyberattacks making headlines almost on a daily basis, the role of the chief risk officer (CRO) is important now more than ever before. In addition to analyzing, monitoring, predicting, mitigating and evaluating many types of risks and conditions, chief risk officers (CRO) are held responsible for ensuring compliance to rapidly evolving industry regulations and analyzing IT operations to prevent data leakage.
On April 29, 2015, the Baltimore Orioles and Chicago White Sox played to an empty stadium at Camden Yards as Baltimore, Maryland, recovered from protests and riots following the funeral of Freddie Gray. Citing public safety, fans were barred from attending the game. Historians say this has not happened in more than a century of professional baseball.
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Celebrate 30 years of OSAC's Information-Sharing Partnership. Also, learn how to create risk-aware culture through privacy by design and how to protect assests with temporary security installations. Check out Security's October issue for all this and more!