Only 7% of security leaders report to the CEO. Security leaders have assumed more accountability and risk, but struggle to achieve the desired security posture, because they are not seen as influential or valued members of their peer group, according to new research.
The vast majority (83%) of C-level executives expect the changes they made in the areas of people, processes, and applications as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic to become permanent (whether significant or partial), according to data from a new report published today by Radware, a provider of cyber security and application delivery solutions.
CISO roles – both full-time and fractional – are on the rise. Their skills can help a growing organization enhance its security program, keep it on track, and guide in times of crisis and change. However, finding the right CISO can be tricky business, especially if this role is new to your organization. Here are the skills to look for when hiring your CISO.
Ninety-six percent of U.S. business decision-makers surveyed by Tanium say that making technology resilient to business disruptions is important to their organization, but major barriers remain, with clear challenges between internal organizational structures and access to the right skills and technology.