According to ‘Achieving Cyber Resilience,’ written by Garin Pace, Anthony Shapella and Greg Vernaci . . .
Cyber security has become the single most important risk to company Boards of Directors around the world. This is not a surprise – the global economy has become highly networked and depends on continuous, secure and uninterrupted data flow. The highly networked environment presents tremendous opportunities for enterprising firms, but this opportunity brings its risks. For example, recent high-profile attacks have targeted point-of-sale terminals at Target, Home Depot and Staples, server software at JP Morgan and employee databases at Sony. In the face of such complex risks, what can a company do to protect itself?
See what the authors had to say. Vernaci is one of the co-chairs of this year’s NetDiligence Cyber Risk & Privacy Liability Forum, produced by HB Litigation Conferences.
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