ISA World Economic Forum (Forum) and National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD) jointly publish Global Principles for Board Governance of Cyber Risk. The publication completes the first phase of the of the collaboration agreement the three organizations signed in June of 2020. It identifies consensus principles the three organizations have agreed to jointly promote on a […]
The U.S. Constitution clearly states that among government’s obligations are to “provide for the common defense and promote the general welfare.” However, it also states that the government is created by “we the people” implying there is more than a hands-off responsibility for the private sector to help achieve these goals.
Numerous factors propel us to rethink our approach to cybersecurity as this blog series maintains. Many of these thoughts revolve around the changing nature of the attackers themselves with their greater size sophistication. Other thoughts turn to the attack methods as new vulnerabilities are discovered and exploited or the nature of the threat itself as we move from assessing risk to entities to a great focus on systemic risks.