|Your enterprise's security issues are not solely the responsibility of the Chief Security Officer. Business decision makers like CFOs are responsible for managing risk, and cybersecurity should be top of mind when it comes to protecting an organization's financial assets. In fact, the average consolidated total cost of a data breach in 2015 was $3.8 million—a 23% increase since 2013.
Many CFOs don't know what to ask their security teams, to help them get what they need to protect their organization. Looking at everything from budget concerns to the financial efficiency of BYOD policies, we've compiled five key questions that CFOs (and business decision makers alike) can use to start the conversation with their CSO and build a fully supported security plan.
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Bridging the Communication Gap Between CFOs and Their Security Teams
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