Posts Tagged ‘governance’

Cyber Resilience: Part Six Recommended Reading

 

Here are the sources used when developing the thinking behind this blog series:

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Cyber Resilience: Part Five What next?

Cyber resistance clearly requires leadership and operational intervention from specialised cyber professionals.  However, Cyber Resilience requires a broader institutional response that encompasses all aspects of the business.  As such, it needs to be owned by the entire executive management of an organisation.

The Department encourages all institutions to view cyber security as an integral aspect of their overall risk management strategy, rather than solely as a subset of information technology.” Benjamin Lawsky, Superintendent of Financial Services, New York State Department of Financial Services, December 2014

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A Rising Tide of Cyber Regulation?

I don’t envy regulators their task of ensuring the firms they supervise are managing their cyber risk well.

The increasing dependence of firms and whole sectors on information technology (IT) and operational technology (OT) was always a creeping concern but has accelerated dramatically as a result of the ‘digital’ movement in  large firms and the oncoming storm of the ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT). Governments around the world  have woken up to the potential  systemic and infrastructural threats to national security and national economies and have tasked regulators with ensuring these risks are appropriately addressed.

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