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Managing your security risk, protecting your reputation, Part 1 - Security Management

A cyberattack has the potential to literally cripple the financial standing and reputation of any organisation. Unfortunately, most organisations don’t take action until it’s too late because they simply don’t know that they’ve been attacked. And believe it or not, when it comes to your risk of attack – it’s not a case of if, it’s when.

Today, we’re going to talk about what your organisation needs to do to proactively protect itself from attack – and if it is attacked, how you can best recover to protect your information and reputation in the marketplace.

We’re going to cover how to manage your risk, why the conversation around IT security has moved from niche groups to the CEO, and why outdated solutions are simply not enough to provide complete protection for your business.
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Managing your security risk, protecting your reputation, Part 3

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Managing your security risk, protecting your reputation, Part 2:

Taking the Conversation to the Executive

It’s true that the IT security conversation has move from niche groups in organisations all the way up the chain to the CEO. Attacks have become so prevalent that c-level executives are sitting up and taking notice.

They now realise the real damage an attack can have on their businesses. The average financial loss from a cyberattack was US$27 million in 2013, which was a 34 per cent increase on 2012. More than 936 million records were compromised during large scale data breaches in 2013 and 2014.

So the need to educate senior executives is vital. Indeed, government campaigns like privacy awareness week, which is coming up in early May, really drive home the importance of securing customer information.
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