A recent study by Gartner shows how much the CEO has on their shoulders related to the risk management of the company…
While we’ve discussed pandemic plans and various guidelines for security and business executives to put into place as COVID-19 shifted the workforce to remote working, we have yet to share an overall checklist of things you can do to set your security strategy on course with remote working long-term.
With everything that has taken place as a result of COVID-19, a number of businesses have been put in a position of struggle for survival. While there are business owners ready to fight the fight to stay in business, other CEOs and business executives are ready to move on to something else, and to sell their companies. Whether buyer or seller, cybersecurity due diligence for M&A is something of great value for your business.
For every company, it is important to have someone to turn to for security. Typically, that’s the CIO, CISO, and your IT security team. However, not every business has the security staff they need to stay on top of things; particularly with this large of a remote workforce as we’re experiencing at this time with the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.