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Practical Cyberrisk Management

Author: Jaco Cloete, CISA, CRISC, CISM, CA, CCISO, CISSP
Date Published: 1, May 2019

Cybersecurity and information security (cyber) professionals, staff, managers and board members are faced with the real issue of how to deal with cyberrisk, and this is a high priority for board members. There are many theoretical cyberframeworks and standards available, and many vendors sell “silver-bullet” cybertools that make practical cyberrisk management seem like a complex and daunting task. Applying basic and interrelated (framework and tool-agnostic) principles on what to protect, how to protect it and how to report on it to the board can make cyberrisk more manageable and contribute to a reduction in risk for the enterprise as a whole.


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