Cybersecurity: How Much Does the Board Know About it, and is it Enough?

Simon Adams
Simon Adams

Cybersecurity is paramount for any business enterprise or organisation in today’s rapidly changing and digitally exposed world. Beyond this, the Board is responsible and accountable to ensure that the valuable and sensitive information assets of an organisation are protected at all times.

Given other business priorities and challenges, the question remains whether the Board of Directors knows enough about the organisation’s cybersecurity posture. If not, how do they ensure that they do know enough?

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Simon Adams
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Simon is responsible for the day to day running of the consultancy practice. Simon brings consultancy experience in leading the prioritisation and management of large change portfolios across IT, business and third-party suppliers. Simon is an excellent communicator, often involved in working with the executive teams, but is equally comfortable driving engagement at all levels. Simon’s passion at work is in driving change and the adoption of digital culture, tools, and ways of working. Having advised and led pre-sales due diligence and post-M&A integration, he brings first-hand experience of successfully creating a culture of high performance and engagement that is progressive in the adopted ways of working.

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