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Newsweek Op-Ed: Oversight of the Management of Cybersecurity Risks: The Skill Corporate Boards Need, But, So Often, Do Not Have

Joseph Steinberg

To read the piece, please see Oversight of the Management of Cybersecurity Risks: The Skill Most Corporate Boards Need, But Don’t Have on Newsweek.com. Earlier today, Newsweek published an op-ed that I wrote on this important topic.

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'Cybersecure My Business' Program Trains SMB Owners to Manage Cyber Risk

SecureWorld News

The National Cybersecurity Alliance has launched Cybersecure My Business, a training program for non-technical owners and operators of small- to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) on how to manage cyber risk in their business. The first initiative of the Cybersecure My Business program is aimed at automobile dealers.

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GUEST ESSAY: Leveraging DevSecOps to quell cyber risks in a teeming threat landscape

The Last Watchdog

In today’s digital landscape, organizations face numerous challenges when it comes to mitigating cyber risks. Related: How AI is transforming DevOps The constant evolution of technology, increased connectivity, and sophisticated cyber threats pose significant challenges to organizations of all sizes and industries.

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Ostrich Cyber-Risk Announces Partnership with C-Risk to Strengthen Cybersecurity Resilience and Innovation

Security Boulevard

SALT LAKE CITY, — Ostrich Cyber-Risk (Ostrich) , a pioneer and prestigious provider of cyber-risk management solutions, is excited to announce a partnership with C-Risk , a leading service provider of cyber risk management in Europe. Learn more here.

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Cyber Risk Management: A Beginner’s Guide

Security Boulevard

With the emergence of new cybersecurity regulations like the SEC’s incident disclosure rules and the EU’s NIS2 Directive, much attention is directed towards understanding and complying with these new incident reporting requirements.

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GUEST ESSAY: New SEC rules aim to help C-levels, board members quantify cyber risks

The Last Watchdog

Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is taking steps to crack down on insufficient cyber risk reporting. Related : Making third-party risk audits actionable. The new rules urge companies to build more robust cyber risk management programs. Disclosing policies and procedures for risk management.

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Think CEOs Are Not Liable for Cyber Risk….Think Again

Security Boulevard

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) recently released its new Secure Software Development Attestation Form. The announcement indicates an ongoing trend placing the cybersecurity onus on software vendors and their organization’s leadership, specifically their CEOs. Think Again appeared first on OX Security.