Surviving the Rise of Cybercrime: A non-technical executive guide (Australia)

Surviving the Rise of Cybercrime: A non-technical executive guide (Australia)

English | 5 Apr. 2017 | ASIN: B06Y2DW4JT | 134 Pages | PDF | 5.22 MB

This guide aims to provide a non-technical insight into cybersecurity for time-poor executives who are new to the threats emerging in this space. In less than 60 minutes, I aim to provide you with an understanding of cybersecurity and what it means for your organisation, to highlight some real-world examples, and to make you familiar with some industry jargon
and terminology.
I'm Craig McDonald, CEO & Founder of MailGuard. A cloud-based email and web security business since 2001, MailGuard was recently commended as a "world-leading" innovator by the Australian Prime Minister, The Hon. Malcolm Turnbull MP.

Your key takeaways will be:
1) Identifying threats to your business
2) Finding out why cybercriminals are targeting your business and staff
3) Understanding why your IT team is struggling to prevent these threats
4) Knowing your role and responsibilities as a C-level executive or business leader, and
5) How to educate and empower your managers and teams as the frontline in your cyber-defence.

Here's what some experts are saying about the book:
"Cybercrime is a serious and growing business risk. Building an effective cybersecurity culture within an organisation requires directors and executives to lead by example. Surviving the Rise of Cybercrime is a must-read for directors and executives across business and in government and provides strong foundations for leaders determined to address cyber risk."
Rob Sloan, Cybersecurity Research Director, Wall Street Journal

"Effective cybersecurity has become a key foundation for the digital transformation initiatives of government and businesses. This guide provides a clear assessment of the threat, while providing a set of very practical steps that executive leaders can take to build a modern, resilient platform for their business innovation."
James Kavanagh, National Technology Officer, Microsoft Australia

"It is easy to read, it is understandable, I think it's the sort of publication that we do need to get being read in every single boardroom in Australia."
The Hon Dan Tehan MP, Minister Assisting the Australian Prime Minister on Cyber Security

"Knowledge of cybersecurity issues is essential for all executives irrespective of the business they are in. This guide puts the current state of cybersecurity into perspective with deep insights from visionaries in government and commerce, and offers practical advice on defining and protecting critical assets."
Bradley Bastow
Chief Technology Officer, Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet

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