BLS_web_ad_300x250_V3B
Lock_Lord_Web_tile_IAPP-300x250-animated
CM300x250
CS15_300x250_Banner_FINAL

Certification_CIPT_300x250final-01

A new report has found that, “for the first time, data security was earmarked by the largest percentage of responding directors—48 percent—and general counsel—55 percent—as an issue of concern,” Out-Law.com reports. The Corporate Board Member (CBM) and FTI Consulting report surveyed 11,000 public company directors and nearly 2,000 general counsels in U.S.-based firms. One-third of the lawyers said their companies were “not effective at managing cyber risk,” while almost half of the directors said their companies had no formal response plan in place. CBM’s president said the discrepancy between the two is a “cause for concern.” Editor’s Note: The IAPP will host the preconference workshop, The DIYer’s Guide to Building Consensus Among Stakeholders After a Data Breach, at this year’s Privacy Academy in San Jose, CA.
Full Story

0 Comments

If you want to comment on this post, you need to login

Related