Backup Strategy in six points (and a free mnemonic)

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Good backup strategy = a better night’s sleep. It’s as simple as that.  It’s also difficult to get right and needs constant tweaking, not just because the amount of data we’re producing is growing exponentially, but also because the options for quick, secure backup are increasing, and that’s a very good thing!

Conversely, bad backup strategy is worse than useless as you can pay a lot of money for a big bag of false hope.

Why ...

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Convincing executive stakeholders that even the tiniest cyber-incident can lead to big disasters.

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We published an article recently about how many senior information security professionals, be they CISOs or CIOs, are worried about their systems being vulnerable to breach. One of the main problems is getting senior stakeholders, like the Board or the executive management team, to buy into your information security strategy. We shared a few approaches on how to address this ubiquitous problem.

Achieving executive buy-in on information security policies is much more difficult than ...

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Cybersecurity budget: CISO advice for getting your Board of Directors to take notice

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There are many CISOs and CSOs out there hiding their proverbial sweaty palms.

They’re stressed out, worried that it is just a matter of time before their network gets caught up in some embarrassing data debacle – perhaps it will be ransomware, or a targeted attack or an insider leak.

And they know they will then truly be in the hot seat.

Thing is, for many, it is a fingers-crossed game, because ...

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