Cyber security is a key issue affecting the confidence of Internet users and the sustainability of businesses. It is also a national issue with regards to economic development and resilience.
As a concern, cyber risks are not only in the hands of IT security managers, but of everyone, and non-executive directors and managing directors may be held to account in relation to shareholders, customers, suppliers, employees, banks and public authorities.
The implementation of a cybersecurity system, including processes, devices and training, is essential to protect a company against theft of strategic and personal data, sabotage and fraud.
Cybersecurity and Decision Makers presents a comprehensive overview of cybercrime and best practice to confidently adapt to the digital world; covering areas such as risk mapping, compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation, cyber culture, ethics and crisis management. It is intended for anyone concerned about the protection of their data, as well as decision makers in any organization.
1. An Increasingly Vulnerable World.
2. Corporate Governance and Digital Responsibility.
3. Risk Mapping.
5. Best Practices of the Board of Directors.
6. Resilience and Crisis Management.
Marie de Fréminville is a non-executive director and founding partner of Starboard Advisory. She is also a member of the IFA (French Institute of non-executive Directors), HEC Governance and Swiss Association of Women Directors. In addition, de Fréminville is an expert in governance, financial performance, risk mapping and data protection.
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