Financial crimes in funds transfer systems
The cyber heist against the Bangladesh Central Bank illustrates the convergence of financial crime and indicates the need to combine financial crime risk disciplines that were previously either siloed, or at best tenuously connected.
Three essential cybersecurity strategies for financial leaders
Cybersecurity continues to be a dominant topic in many board and executive meetings today. However, many senior financial leaders aren't equipped with effective leadership frameworks to help them understand and resource cybersecurity programs strategically.
Cyber savvy: Securing operational technology assets
Business leaders who have security as part of their overall business strategy discussion are better positioned to balance the technologies, processes and resources needed to anticipate constantly evolving cyber risks.
The Global State of Information Security® Survey 2016
Turnaround and transformation in cybersecurity
As threats continue to mount, understanding and managing cybersecurity risks have become top of mind for leaders in business and government. Organisations are responding by taking action.
The convergence of everything digital
The convergence of everything digital How the fusion of information, operational, and consumer technologies will transform the security landscape for business and society.
In brief: Protecting what matters most
Today's globalized environment has introduced an increasingly interconnected, integrated and interdependent market requiring businesses to embrace technology to compete.
Why cyber crime matters to general counsel
Breaches underscore need for active role
General counsel involvement in cyber crime is increasingly critical to protecting the organization and its intellectual property from significant cyber attacks. This publication outlines the roles and responsibilities of company leadership in handling cyber security issues, their legal rights and obligations, and practical tips for appropriate involvement.
2014 US State of Information Security Survey
The findings of the 2014 U.S. State of Cybercrime Survey reveal that while the number of cybercrime incidents and the monetary losses associated with them continue to rise, most U.S. organizations’ cybersecurity capabilities do not rival the persistence and technological skills of their cyber adversaries.
Cyber risks: a severe and present danger
The Global State of Information Security® Survey 2015 — Canadian insights While 9,700 survey respondents from around the globe in 2015 report that the number of detected incidents soared to a total of 42.8 million, a 48% leap over 2013, respondents in Canada indicate something different.