IT-specific concerns such as malware, firewalls, and virus scans are still part of the overall cyber security strategy. However, mitigating cyber risks requires CFOs to shore up their technical and physical defenses. Here are five articles covering trends in managing security across the organization.
Mitigating cyber risks requires CFOs to look far beyond technical considerations. Read more.
Cyber crime groups are increasingly operating like traditional businesses. Will this new professionalism lead to more attacks on companies? Read more.
Cyber is a relatively new dimension of M&A risk that organizations are only now beginning to grasp. Read more.
The revenue recognition rule doesn’t mean that companies should wait to start their implementation efforts. Read more.
Compliance will motivate firms to update their current processes and methodology to assess cyber risks and the related potential business effects. Read more.
Today’s CFO is tasked with ensuring that the finance team operates at peak performance, with an eye toward lowering costs, increasing speed, and reducing bottlenecks in the system. With competing priorities and busy teams, it’s hard to know which initiatives will best move the needle. Because it is not necessarily viewed as strategic or innovative, the Accounts Payable department is often overlooked..
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