There isn’t enough historical data to help companies keep pace with intelligent adversaries.
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With attacks targeting financial data and other critical assets, CFOs must set the tone when it comes to identifying and thwarting cyber-threats.
Many companies are aware of cyber threats, but preventing attacks takes more than having the right firewalls and software.
CFOs should apply a similar degree of governance over their organization’s proprietary knowledge as they would over an individual’s personal data.
Data mining is changing the way companies target customers and plan projects, but the tools and resources to do it are a big investment.
Companies should do their due diligence during contract negotiations with cloud providers to ensure they're not responsible.
As more and more companies move to managed services and “bring your own device,” CFOs have to weigh the financial and operational consequences.
While some of the biggest companies are looking to go on the attack against cyber criminals, others may find they can get a bigger bang out of common-sense risk management.
“You can’t just hack into someone else’s computer system and destroy their data,” one attorney says.
Foreign governments are concerned over U.S. intelligence gathering and its impact on the Cloud.
Can the small cadre of cloud-computing vendors respond to the needs of their clients quickly enough to fix a breach?