In the realm of cybersecurity, traditional program management approaches often fall short, plagued by fragmented data, manual processes, and subjective assessments. This not only hampers the ability to defend budgets but also challenges cybersecurity leaders to justify the necessary funding for initiatives aimed at meeting stakeholders' expectations and goals. The cybersecurity landscape today is in dire need of solutions that not only address the operational aspects but also bolster governance, enabling leaders to present their strategies in terms understandable to senior management and boards.
Implementing effective cyber governance within an organization is a critical step towards safeguarding its digital assets and ensuring operational resilience. This process, far from being a static set of rules, requires a dynamic and ongoing commitment to adapting cybersecurity practices in line with evolving threats and business objectives. This comprehensive guide outlines the essential steps and strategies necessary for the practical establishment and maintenance of a robust cyber governance framework.
In today's digital age, understanding and implementing effective cyber governance has become a critical component of an organization's overall health and resilience. Cyber governance goes beyond mere compliance and risk management; it represents a strategic asset essential for safeguarding sensitive data and digital assets against increasingly sophisticated and pervasive cyber threats. This comprehensive blog explores the significance of cyber governance in today's organizations, highlighting its role in protection against cyber threats, ensuring compliance, fostering a culture of security awareness, bolstering business continuity, and aligning cybersecurity with business objectives.
Navigating the complex landscape of cyber governance is crucial in today's digital era, where the security and integrity of digital assets are paramount. This comprehensive blog delves into the essence of cyber governance, its core components, challenges, and leading practices for building a resilient organization. Understanding what cyber governance truly entails is the foundation of this journey. It goes beyond basic cybersecurity compliance to create a management framework that not only ensures the security and integrity of digital assets but also aligns with the organization's overall objectives and risk appetite.
I’d never felt the need to snap a selfie in front of a regulator’s headquarters before, until last week. When I was in Washington DC, I visited the cybersecurity industry’s favorite regulator: The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
As the leaves change color and temperatures drop, October brings more than just pumpkin spice lattes and Halloween festivities. It's also been designated as Cybersecurity Awareness Month. This annual observance has been celebrated for nearly two decades, serving as a reminder of the ever-increasing importance of protecting our digital lives.
We are proud to announce that we will be partnering with NSB Cyber, an Australian-founded and privately owned cyber company with a mission to assist Australian businesses in building and maintaining their cyber resilience and defend themselves with confidence against the potential for cyber attacks.
Following the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) publication of its highly anticipated “Cybersecurity Risk Management, Strategy, Governance, and Incident Disclosure” rules, Dr. Ivano Bongiovanni and Ian Yip delved into the key components and reflected on implications for organisations.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) remains instrumental in cybersecurity. Their recent release of the Discussion Draft for NIST Cybersecurity Framework (CSF) 2.0, marks a significant milestone in updating this influential framework.
We’ve been saying that cybersecurity is a board-level issue now for years. However, cybersecurity teams continue to struggle to get the attention that cyber risk deserves from directors and executives.
We are proud to announce that we will be partnering with Cyber Audit Team (CAT), a leading provider of cyber security solutions, to deliver strategic cyber security guidance for clients to enhance effective decision-making and planning.
The Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD) and Australian Cyber Security Cooperative Research Centre (CSCRC) released their Cyber Security Governance Principles on Friday. Our team spent some time analysing it and can proudly claim to be the first SaaS platform to support it.
The Australian Information Security Association (AISA) is holding its marquee Australian Cyber Conference 2022 (CyberCon) in Melbourne from the 11th to the 13th of October 2022. Here are all the ways you'll be able to find us there.
The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) just released its latest Corporate Plan, which outlines their “priorities over the next four years to achieve a fair, strong and efficient financial system for all Australians”.
Avertro has been accepted specifically into the Singapore-focused part of the program, where Global NSW will provide tailored trade services with Singapore technology ecosystem experts, mentors and partners to identify business opportunities and implement a Singapore export strategy.