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Preparing for Corporate Cyberattacks


Just when the list of high-priority risks dominating board agendas — economic uncertainty, market volatility, increasing regulation, emerging market expansion — seemed impossibly top-heavy, a compelling new threat has been added: cybercrime. Increasingly, concerned directors are asking, “Could it happen here?”

This article, which appeared in the September/October 2012 issue of The Corporate Board, explores the massive and growing threat of cybercrime and offers advice to boards and management for strengthening their company’s cyber threat risk management practices.


Posted with permission from The Corporate Board.

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