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The goal is to build cyber resilience: the ability not only to detect and block the threats that matter, but also to survive the attacks that prove unavoidable.
Understanding how to build organizational resilience is vital to deepening board confidence and support.
Even at the best-run companies, executives suffer sleepless nights wrestling with business performance issues. Oftentimes, the root cause is buried deep within their processes, or lack thereof.
2/3 of organizations that implemented a cybersecurity culture with employee buy-in said they reduced cyber incidents as a result.
Cybercrime is rising exponentially. And, taking a cold, hard, continual look at your organization’s capabilities is becoming a mission-critical imperative.
A data quality pilot project is a powerful opportunity for rapid capability building that can create lasting value for an organization.
Compliance is important, but it should be the natural by-product of a strong cybersecurity strategy, not the goal.
Bring structure and control to the chaotic and unpredicatable cybersecurity environment.
As high-profile breaches continue to hit the headlines, cybersecurity risk assessment remains a top concern for corporate boards.
In order to truly build cybersecurity resilience, organizations must continually evaluate their risks and capabilities.
Explore the organizational activities and changes that will give enterprise data management programs the best chance for success.
Data management programs can be hard to sell internally. How can you demonstrate the strategic value of data assets to leadership?
Patient demographic data quality issues are pervasive across the healthcare industry. The new Patient Demographic Data Quality provides the roadmap to improvement.