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    Feature: Cyber Security return-on-investment

    There are few instances of workplace jargon that crop-up in both the business leader’s and information technologist’s lexicons; ROI – return on investment – is one such. But the fact that it carries different shades of meaning for its respective usage often proves unhelpful when it comes to establishing common terms of reference inside a digitally-transformed organisation.

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  • CSE Cyber Security Compliance Challenges

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    Feature: Reducing the strain of compliance challenges

    Regulatory compliance is not a brand-new topic, nor indeed is it a new challenge, for businesses. It’s a necessary governance overhead that organisations of all sizes have grappled with for some time, particularly those in highly-regulated sectors, such as insurance and financial services. However, the rise in importance of cyber security assurance has for organisations […]

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    Feature: A common language for execs and techies?

    As cyber security rises in the hierarchy of governance priorities, senior executives, as a team, will engage in deeper discussions with their organisation’s technology specialists and technology partners. Clear and effective communication is vital to ensuring that strategies are clearly articulated and understood by all stakeholders.

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  • Economic Impact of Cyber Crime - Cyber Security Europe

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    Feature: economic impacts of cyber crime

    A means by which to calculate the economic impact caused by cyber crime at organisational and GNP levels has gained in importance as business leaders gain greater knowledge of how digital adversaries sap their capacity to operate profitably. Cyber crime’s damaging effect on national finances is also raising alarm in governmental circles.

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    Feature: Insider threats – cyber security’s new front-line

    Across Europe, boards and c-suites are on a cyber security learning curve that’s leading them to learn much about the nature of threats their organisations face, as well as some incidental home truths about how line management styles can feed into security problems. One discovery that will certainly cause surprise is that many of the most damaging security threats don’t come from offensive outsiders or malware attacks, but from ‘trusted’ employees – malicious or negligent, or both.

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