Cybersecurity is an infinite game – good guys need to be good and lucky all the time, bad guys can be rubbish but only need to be lucky occasionally. Oscar O’Connor explains more in this fascinating video.
For many years boards closed their doors to diversity by insisting that potential directors had boardroom experience. As organisations strive to keep up with technological advancements and broader social changes, generational diversity in the boardroom is becoming more and more critical.
According to research, the number of ransomware attacks nearly doubled in the first half of 2021. The recent surge in cybercrime is attributed to the increased digitisation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Here’s what to do after a ransomware attack.
“I’d define leadership as supporting and facilitating the team to do their best work and grow professionally. It’s about creating an environment where our team know they are trusted to explore ideas and possibilities, knowing that ideas that don’t work out are just part of the process.”
As a company director and member of the board, you don’t have to be an IT expert to understand that cyberattacks pose one of the most significant risks to your organisation. Here is a director’s guide to cyberattacks.
Has your organisation ever been held to ransom? No matter how large or secure your organisation is, ransomware is still a severe threat. Here’s what you, as a board member, need to know about file-encrypting malware and how it works.