Raising the ‘business IQ’ of technology talent is not as simple as it may sound, say technologists and business executives.
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To find out, CFOs must pose these questions to their heads of IT security.
Barclays reportedly could face "an unlimited fine" if found guilty of putting customer data at risk.
Retailers and other players in the payments system should have to follow the same standards that banks do, says Daniel Tarullo.
Leadership-capacity constraints are undermining many companies’ efforts. New management structures can be part of the solution.
There isn’t enough historical data to help companies keep pace with intelligent adversaries.
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.