Turnover of CEOs in the Australian employment market has hit a new three-year high, transforming the traditional c-suite with great demand for tech-savvy leaders that are capable of steering businesses around risk, through the challenges and towards new opportunities.
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.
LogRhythm, the security intelligence company, has announced its top eight cyber security predictions for 2019, with one prediction that there will be a move this year to hold CEOs accountable for security breaches.
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