There are few things that keep non-executive Board Directors awake at night these days more than the worry they will someday wake up to read news headlines about a cyber-security breach of their company’s critical business intelligence, intellectual property and customer data.

As many Boards invest time to consider effective risk management through multiple lenses, there is, undoubtedly, a calling for Directors to raise the question of the preparedness, security and response capabilities of the enterprise in the event such corporate systems are hacked.

For all the benefits and conveniences in living in our technology-rich times, the threat of cyber crime – be it committed by foreign interests, terrorists, competitors or rogue technology bandits – is a real one faced by most global companies and smaller ones, too.

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