As cyber attacks become increasingly sophisticated and impact organisations of all sizes, the board-CISO relationship has never been more important. To protect people and data and ensure continued organisational success, CISOs must communicate effectively with their boards, put threats in perspective, foster collaboration, and drive accountability.
Equally, board members need to work to understand how cybersecurity vulnerabilities can affect their company's business goals, reputation, and bottom line.
To find out how boards view cybersecurity and interact with their CISOs, Proofpoint, in collaboration with Cybersecurity at MIT Sloan, surveyed 600 board directors from around the world, inviting them to share their experiences and insights.
In the “Cybersecurity: The 2022 Board Perspective Report,” you’ll learn about:
- How boards are adapting to challenges posed by today’s threat landscape
- How they feel about their cybersecurity posture and the top threats they face
- Where cyber risk ranks as a priority for large organisations
- The current level of understanding between CISOs and their boards