A recent online survey asked Harvard Business Review (HBR) readers at organizations with more than 500 employees to share their perspectives regarding the level of concern, budget and impacts of targeted attacks and advanced threats. In a webinar presentation on April 16, 2014 at 12:00 p.m. Eastern, Scott J. Shackelford, JD, PhD, Assistant Professor of Business Law and Ethics Indiana University, Kelley School of Business, and Andrew A. Proia, Postdoctoral Fellow in Information Security Law & Policy Indiana University, Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research, will provide an in-depth explanation of the results of the survey and the impact the findings could have on organizations.
The survey data outlines a pattern in which senior decision makers are often not exposed to the tangible business risks and impacts of targeted attacks. As such, the challenge of budgeting or allocating funds to address the problem is compounded for CISOs and CIOs.
While there is widespread concern from business managers and security professionals regarding targeted attacks, the HBR research also outlines a lack of clarity regarding effective strategies to protect against them.
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