Australian and New Zealand enterprises are global leaders in board-level cyber security practice, with cyber security a top priority for organisations in the two markets and with boards taking a more hands-on approach to cyber security.
Chief executives of companies which experience security incidents are more likely to lose their jobs than the chief information officers or the chief information security officers of the same firms, a research firm claims.
In our previous article in the series, we introduced three security leaders who in the last twelve months have impressed us with the way they have navigated through their own challenges to improve productivity and skills in their teams and achieve positive outcomes within their organisations.
Because hardwired connections to drones, trucks, cars, phones, smart watches, etc don't make sense, that's why.
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