CSO Magazine celebrates its 10th anniversary with a great article dedicated to security as a profession - Decade of the CSO. Security leaders deserve a lot of credit for making security issues more important to other corporate leaders. They have become better and better at articulating the business case for security.
That key finding of a new insider fraud study reveals that when managers commit fraud, their schemes tend to cost organizations twice as much as when non-managers instigate these crimes. Managers’ schemes also tend to last twice as long as those perpetrated by non-managers.
In other news, I would like to draw attention to the October 12th conference in Chicago, IL: The Board IT Challenge . This event aims to engage attendees in an insightful discussion that will allow them to better leverage emerging technologies and make more informed strategic decisions for their boards.
That’s it for this week. Enjoy reading the articles! Please share your thoughts with us and with others in your organization.