Why corporate boards put their digital transformation at risk

Why corporate boards put their digital transformation at risk

Despite increasing cybercrime and dependency on digital revenues, many CEOs operate in the dark. A stunning 63 percent of CISOs don’t regularly report to their board, research by Ponemon Institute finds.

Poor cyber resilience: an organization’s Achilles' heel

Poor cyber resilience: an organization’s Achilles' heel

Research reveals a marked disconnect between the concern over cyber-risk concerns and the overall approach to managing it.

Almost all cyberattacks in 2018 were preventable

Almost all cyberattacks in 2018 were preventable

New research shows cyber-security incidents that exposed 5 billion records cost an estimated $45 billion last year.

Lack of cybersecurity is the biggest economic threat to the world over the next decade, CEOs say

Lack of cybersecurity is the biggest economic threat to the world over the next decade, CEOs say

As digital transformation continues apace, CEOs see cybersecurity as the number one threat to the global economy in the next decade.

Brand reputation at risk

Brand reputation at risk

While leading in digital transformation, TMT companies are more vulnerable to cyber-threats, research finds.

Security and the boardroom: From advantage to imperative

Security and the boardroom: From advantage to imperative

Detecting and mitigating cyber threats is getting tougher. A quarter of organization reports greater financial damages.

Protecting the digital economy

Protecting the digital economy

Our tech-addicted society has become much more vulnerable to cyberattacks, requiring CEOs to put security at the forefront of their agenda.

Is a shortage of C-suite support getting in the way of corporate cyber-resilience?

Is a shortage of C-suite support getting in the way of corporate cyber-resilience?

77% of enterprises lack a cyber-security incident response plan, and only half of executives comprehend that cyber-resilience affects their brand and reputation.

Cybercrime is increasing and more costly for organizations

Cybercrime is increasing and more costly for organizations

CIOs need to focus on people-based attacks and use intelligent tools to limit data loss and business shutdowns.

CIO trends 2019: Multi-cloud is becoming the norm

CIO trends 2019: Multi-cloud is becoming the norm

CIOs are betting big on public cloud, and more enterprises use Azure to close the gap with AWS. Still, managing the cloud remains a challenge.

EMEA CIOs most likely to scale digital initiatives in 2019

EMEA CIOs most likely to scale digital initiatives in 2019

But CIOs still have to safeguard their digital journey.

By 2020, 60 percent of digital businesses will suffer major service interruptions

By 2020, 60 percent of digital businesses will suffer major service interruptions

The sheer number of cyberattacks resulting from an inability to manage risks — and the burgeoning talent shortage to deal with it — will force CIOs to rethink their defense strategy.

Escaping the line of fire: 2018 U.S. State of Cybercrime

Escaping the line of fire: 2018 U.S. State of Cybercrime

One in four of organizations report greater monetary losses.

Lack of C-suite collaboration hampering cybersecurity, report finds

Lack of C-suite collaboration hampering cybersecurity, report finds

As cyber-attacks grow in frequency, chief information security officers and C-suite executives must work more closely together.

Mastering multi-cloud scenarios

Mastering multi-cloud scenarios

Roughly two-thirds of enterprises plan to have some type of multi-cloud environment by 2019. But getting there is still a challenge.

IT governance critical as cloud adoption soars to 96 percent in 2018

IT governance critical as cloud adoption soars to 96 percent in 2018

With 81 percent of enterprises operating multi-cloud landscapes and 26 percent spending over $6 million annually on public cloud infrastructure, staying on top has never been harder.

5 mindset traits to become a digital disruptor

5 mindset traits to become a digital disruptor

These mindset traits can help you gauge your digital acuity against those of a successful disruptive digital leader.

Digital is turning CIOs into business executives

Digital is turning CIOs into business executives

As digital becomes the heart of the enterprise, CIOs must shift their attention from IT delivery towards business leadership.

Only a safe cloud can fuel digital transformation

Only a safe cloud can fuel digital transformation

As the world goes digital, organizations will follow. Cloud computing will intensify that journey — but it must be secure.

No. 1 business priority reported by CIOs for 2018

No. 1 business priority reported by CIOs for 2018

Growth tops the list of business priorities reported by CIOs for 2018, according to Gartner’s 2018 CIO Agenda Report. The results mirror the analyst’s prior 2017 CEO Survey, in which 58 percent of respondents identified growth as...

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