Ask most board directors and CEO’s to define cybersecurity and artificial intelligence in a board meeting and have them share their answers and you may well find that their depth of knowledge is too shallow in their duty of care responsibilities.
This, however, is fast changing after many years where cyber-security and artificial intelligence was left in the hands of information technology leaders, versus integrated equally better business and IT professionals practices. Today bringing key business stakeholders across the enterprise with diverse skill sets ranging from: human resources, legal, business, technology, security – all with a unified mission to bring cybersecurity and artificial intelligence matters into a unified governance operating model is finally emerging across the Fortune 500.
Leaders are recognizing that they have often been asking the wrong questions and often applying the wrong methods. This article takes a