Ever since the pandemic has taken over and dominated our lives, everyone seems to be talking and writing about “curves.” Not just the shape of the curve, although important in...
It does not make sense to oppose maturity-based approaches and risk-based approaches to cyber security: They are just different ways of managing, driving and measuring action around cyber security in different situations and different firms. One does not have to be superior to the other.
You don’t become a transformational leader overnight, in particular if your background, your skills and your core interests are centred around the more technical aspects of cyber security.
Culture and governance are key to drive change around cyber security behaviours, but too many awareness programmes focus simply on superficial technical gimmicks. JC Gaillard from Corix Partners deconstructs 3 clichés which have been dominating the security awareness arena for the past decade.
Modern tech leaders exhibit specific behaviours and attitudes, which have changed over time. It’s to be expected as the evolution of the role demands more insight, practicality, and vision.
This is no longer about understanding what’s being done against cyber threats, it’s about getting it done, and getting it done now.